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Eastern Shore, 
Prince Edward Island 



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Neiiirfoundland, 

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Will .Siil Fortnightly from 

M'l.y 15 Ist to December 31st, 

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ST. f>F':tu1;ks, crand narrows, 

DADDIOCK, NORTH SYDNEY, SYDNEY, 

IN(;oNlSli, NEILS IIARHOR, 

AS|>ER BAY IN T'APE BRETON. 

And Monthly fop 

(ilANNEI,, CODROY, HAY ST. OEOROE, 

liAY OF ISLANDS, 150NNE BAY, 
I.AI'OII.E, BIJROEO, ROSE BLANCHE, 

HARIJOR BRETON, ST. JACOUES, 

BALI.ORAM, (IRANI) BANK, EOR'i'UNE, 

BURIN and PLACICNTIA 

IN NEWFOUNDLAND. 

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Will Sail Weekly from 

May 1st to December 31st, 

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SPRY \'k\\, 

SHEE'l' HARBOR, 

SALMON RIVI<:R, 

ISAACS HARBOR. 
CAN.SO, .\RICHAT, 

PORT H.\WKi':SBURy, 
SOURIS, CHARRLOriETOWN 

and SUMMERSH)E. 



PICKFORD &, BLACK, 

A/ii iiir^i/iy; Uw Iters, 

HALIFAX, N. S. 



SKINNER'S 

CARPET WAREROOMS, 



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HEADQUARTERS FOR 

Carpets, ' ilcloths, Linoleums, Curtains, Rugs and 
House Furnishings of all kinds. 



THE ONLY CARPET HOUSE IN THE MARITIME PROVINCES. 



The Lowest Prices lor Valuable Goods. All Gods direct fpom Manutactupes 



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McALPINE'S 

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For riiithcr inforniatiun address 

McALrPINE DIRECTORY GO., 

ST. JOHN, N. B., or HALIFAX, N. S. 



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Methodist Headquapteps fop 
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SiiiKlay School and Prize Books, Bibles, Prayor Books School Books, 

Music Books, &c.. &<;. , N<>to Pjhmm- Envelopes, Papeteries, 

Writing- Tablets, Pens, Ink, Peiu^ils, &c. &e. 



METHODIST BOOK ROOM &' WESLEYAN OFFICE 

141 GRANVILLE STREET, HALIFAX, N. S. 

Telephone 671. 

WHOI^ESAUE ANL3 REXAIU. 

Coppespondence Solicited. ADDRESS : 

S. F. HUESTIS. 

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ILLUSTRATED 

Tourists and Travellers' Guide. 



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BARRISTERS AND ATTORNEYS' LISTS 



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l^ova Scotia, f(ew Briii]h\Mck auii Prince Edward isi.iu'i 

(jiviiiit all llio l.inc-i (if Iliillwavs. Sii'anicrs and Sliij;o IJnnt - wWU fan-;; aI.-k; lI'Lls. sriviiu; I'loiu-'ftli'i-V, 
iianic and I{al(-<: also Vo^\ Money (inlcr, Espro^ '!'( U pIhuh' :ipil 'ri-!("_'!'ai>ii Uf.'io^. 

Ii.i.rsi liAiiNii All. iiii". IjAi!(ii;i! (riii'.s and Town-- Tiikoi i.ikiCt riii.: Mavuiimk 1'H)VI.%'vks. 

SKK (^ONTMNTS rA(iK I.\. SKK 1N1>K\ V.\(JK Xi. 

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F. (". WESl.KY CO., I'KOCK.SS KN(llfAM-.l!S. I 

I'uiNiKi) iiY TMK SIX I'KINllNCi ('{).. Lii>., ST. JOHN, N. B. 

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MANKS & CO., 

65 Charlotte Street, St. John, N. B. 

HATS, CAPS AND FURS "-^ ^^^ '*''"'« 

Men's, Boys' and Children's. All Qualities. 

Soft Hats, Flexible Hats, English Stilfs. 



,^ (5II |)Oeiet^ LUOrR^^.j^,, ,„ • Wc use n..' l.rst st..ck in 
niakiiii; up and ('liai'«;(> the same [n'it'cs as lt>r inferior imported <;()o(is. 

lIKdALIA, ('I1AI^?:AT^ and (\M'S to Order. 

HUTOHINGS & CO., 

Mattresses and 

Bedding, 




MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 

Brass and Iron Bedsteads, Cribs, Child 

ren's Carriages, Adjustable Chairs, 

Upholsterers' Supplies, &c , &c. 

EXCELSIOR BY THE TON OK VAU. 



Warepooms and Factory : 

101 TO 107 GERMAIN STREET, 

ST. JOHN, N. B. 

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PREFACE. 



TKLKPHONE 265 A UNION STREET. 



W. ALEX. PORTER, 

GROCER AND FRUIT DEALER 



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Bought and Sold. 



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J^Iil': 1»L'HMSHRR has great jilcasiire in placing hcfor,. tlir puljlic this /vW/ Edition 
(if Mr A //fine's ''Illustrated'' JoiiriU and Travelhrs' (iniilc of the Maritime Primnees. 
The matter contained in tliis work has been arranged in siuli a systematic form as to render 
it v(>ry easy for tliose who i)eruse it. 'I'Ik: fact tliat tiiis lias been a tremendous undertaking 
and the desire to have it {)ul)lislied and ready for the su|)|)orters as soon as possil)le has 
occasioned a very great outlay of time and money, for any shortcomings, the publisher 
nuist appeal to his readers In getting up this extensive work, the largest of its kind ever 
/■■rodined in the Maritime Provincei, the publisher determined from the start to employ none 
hit home industry in all the hranelies that this work required and he feels assured that the 
i:;eneral puhlic will appreciate these home efforts. 

'I"he publisher here acknowledges his indebtedness to all wiio have in any way forwarded 
till' work. The publisher also expresses his thanks to one and all of the advertisers and 
subscribers who resi)onded to make this edition a success. 



43-45 Cari.eton Strkkt, 
Telkphone 1027. 



THOS H. McALPINE, 
Publisher, 
St. John, K. B. 



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REID BROTHERS, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 



WALL 
PAPER 



Cfiiifulian, 

Kii^HhIi find 

American. 




WINDOW Made to Onler for 
OLJAr^cc HtoreH, ClinrelieH and 
onMUt.^. r)vvellin«H. 

LACKS .111(1 KKIXr.liS (0 MATCH 

CURTAIN Bra«H and 
POLES Wood 



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56 KING STREET, 

ST. JOHN, N. B. 




THERE IS ONLY ONE BEST ! 

I^ave It ! 



THE FAMOUS 



Active Range 

Hade by HcClary Manufacturint; Co., 
London, Ontario. 



733^fj Hade in 2 sizes=-4 and 6 Holes. 
i]N>/<S^ RANGES BY OTHER MAKERS 

IN STOCK. 
Also, a well assorted stock of 

Kitchen Puinishings, Tinware, Etc. 

At Low Prices. 



R. J. SELFRID6E, 

213 Union Street, ST, JOHN, N. B. 

Otelwc'i'U l)i>ura IIoiisi- .tihI WiiUrtou SI.) 

First-oKass Refrigerator^ ami all seasonable 
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NoilHllcll "~ 

WholeHHie and Netriil. 

STOVKS, UAMiKS, .ind 

KITCIIKN I rUMSlllNdS. 

All Kinds of Jobbing: Attended to. 
Orders Solicited and Promptly Executed. 

21 Waterloo Street. St. John, N. B 

TELPHONE 784.. 



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during Co., 
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MAKERS 

stock of 

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AllwTt, N P. -J.SK 

Amlicrst, N S li'il 

Aiina])olis, N S I fi<) 

Antijjonisli, N S 17-"> 

I'.anks f)71 

I liii'ri>ters ami Attoriuiys ~)'.\'.\ 

I'.atliuist, N l{ L>!)."» 

Hear Ilivor, N S 1 7i> 

I'crwick, .>> .S IS.". 

I'.ridgetowi), N S 1 86 

Hiid^ewatcr, N S I'.M 

Caitiphollton, N 15 .'WO 

Canning, N H L>OU 

Cliatliani, N H .-{Or 

Contents IX 

Dalhousie, K 15 3l';! 



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|)ii,'l.y, N S -JUT 

Doivlicstcr, N r. .-.L'.s 

l''iX|ii'(\ss ( Uliccs (').'■)!) 

•''ei'iios, (!liarl()t t(>towu ami Suminorsidi!... GSiJ 

KmlorictoM, N I J :V,][t 

(llaco Bay. C 15 2 Id 

Halifax, N S I 

Hampton, N 15 3.');5 

Hillsl.oro, N IJ .-'.r,!) 

ilott'ls. List of IG;{ 

Index lo A(»\ eitis(!monts XI 

Kentvillo, N S I'll 

Liveri)Ool, N S 21!» 

Louisl)urg, C B 221 

Lunenburfi, N S i'2'.\ 

iMiddleton, N 8 225 

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CONTENTS. 



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.Muncloii. N I! •■5<i-' 

N.^lsoii, N 15 ■■i''<-"5 

Nowcustlr, N |{ •■!"!» 

New (Jliis^'i.w, N S -'I'O 

NcwKjinpcrs <"'"" 

Norton, N I? •■•'.'•7 

I'arrslMn). N S U:? « 

I'ii-tou, N S -I'M 

I'ost iiiid Money Onlor (»lli(M's (101 

IVct'iicc N'll 

I'rincc Kilwivnl Isliiml IMl 

siirkviii.., N I! ;$!t;i 

St Anilrews, N I'. -lol 

St <;('orj,", N I'. 101 

St .lolin, N H <)7 

Ht Stp|.lioii, N li 1U7 

Shcliiic, N 15 117 

Sli.'ll.nn.r, N S 'ilW 

Slnibenacadifs N S lil-' 

Sprinohill, N S 21") 

Staf»OH ('>74 

SiciUiH'rH Leaving; M>iritinin Ports (»S4 

SiiHscx, N 1'. 4:21 

Sydney, C I? 24S 

Sydney (North), C 15 24!) 

Telegrai.li ( )HiGOS C.riO 

T<!lo|ihoin' Ollices (i")'.) 

Title X 

Truro, N S -J.")! 

Weyniontli, N S '2')X 

Windsor, N S 270 

\V.)lfville, N S 20:5 

Woodstocif, N 15 1 1>7 



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mill, N S L'7.'{ 



It.MI.WAVH. 

(lanadiv Kastern, stations and inil»!a;^e, . . , i>7i't 

" " pa sender tariH", ..... . fi'p(! 

C^madian I'acilie, stations and milea^'e. . . . ti.')2 

'• " passenger tarill' (l.'i.'t 

('iirai|Uef, stations and nlile.l^e fl.'i4 

Central, N S : 

Stations, mil' a!][e and p .s-innijor tarill' Ulli 
Northern Division, stitions, mileage and 

passenijer tarill' (ill 

Southern Division, stations, mileage and 

passengc!!' tarill" (i IS 

(!ity Khvtrie, Halifax, N S (IS:' 

City Hieetrie, St John, N 15 (IS.i 

Omnlierland Coal Co, stations, mileage and 

passenger tarill (il9 

Dominion Atlantic, stations and mileage < ,., 

" " passenger tariH" (i4ri 

KIgin ii Haveloclc, stations, mileage and 

p^issenger taritl' ('••"il 

Interculonial, stations and mileage... ii.'i.'t to (i'l? 

*• passenger tariflT C.'?S to Gil 

Moncton il' Kuctouehe, stations mileage and 

passenger tarill' .' Gil) 

N B it P H I, stations, mileage and j»as- 

senger tarill' tiS'i 

P K Island, stations, mileage and passenger 

tariir G.'»7 to <1').>< 

Salisbury A- Albert, stations, mileage an<l 

pas.seng' r taiill' ti'tO 

Shor<* Line stations and mileage (iri4 

Sydney & LouisUiirg, stati<ins, mih^age and 

passenger tarill' lif»0 

Temiseonata, stations an I mileage (J")! 



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J. E. WHITTAKER & CO., 

Manufactiiiors nt' and Ooalors In 

Stoves, Ranges, 
Furnaces, Tinware, 

KITCHEN HARDWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

Woodenware, Wringers, Washing 

Machines, Brushes, Agate Ware, 

Carpet Sweepers. Etc. 

Slate and Wood HANTELS, 

Tiles, Grates, Fenders, Andirons, Etc. 

WHOI..ESAL.E AND RETAIL. 

38 King Street, ST. JOHN, N. B. 




INDEX. 



B.MJlilSTKUS. 

r.\(iK. 

Allison K v. lliilifjix. N S :.:.ii 

Arcliiliiilil *< Arinslroiii;-, Norlli S.vilncy. (' 15. . .."lii,". 

Iliiilcy Cliiis T. SI .loliii, N 15 .".;!.". 

Miirlifiic lion ,1 C, Diillionslc \ 15 .".T;'. 

I'.iirnliill A I'. SI .(oiin, N 1? :..W 

Ucnson M S, Cliiilliiini. X 15 .'iTI 

Bill K M, SliL-lhnrn. N S .V.H 

I'lliick. I51iss ^'^ N'calis, Krcdcriclon, IS 1! ."77 

MliicU (ii'tn'iiX', FrcdiM'iclon, N 1! .">7(i 

I'.liickiHiar II S, Halifax, N S .-.:,ii 

lilfiir. KncUv; Ulair, St .lolm, N 15 ( (|)|) :.:;:; 

I'.lancliaril \ Mors;' Winilsor, XS •")'.n> 

ISordcn H .\. Monclon. N I! .">s:l 

Hin'doii, Kilcldc i<: Chisliolni, Halifax, X S ."..">) 

Mnrns (' H. Halifax. X S .■-.■.2 

liiistin >)i I'ortor, St .lolm, N' 15 .">;i,") 

('aini)lK'll \ Cainplxdl, Trnro, N S .V.M 

Cainplujll.I Hoy, M .lolm. N IJ .">:i7 

('aiieton i»i Fcrijiison, St .lolm, N 15 

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( h.'iiidlcr vV lioliin-^on. Monclon. X I' bM 

( 'I lap man AHhtI ,1, DorclicsiiT, N 15 .">7."i 

Chapman K 1.'. St .lolm. X II .'>:57 

Clicslcy S A. l.nncnlinry;, XS 'tX'J 

Chisholin i<: Crowe, Sydney, C II ."jIM 

Copp A I?. Sackville, N 11 ."'S!' 

(,'opp \ Dcimison, Diitliy, XS .">7:> 

Corninf; X Cliii)inaii, Va"'niontli, X S •"''.•s 

Cowan .lames K, St .lolm. X 15 .">;5s 

Crawley K S, Wolfville, X S 6!i7 

Daniels (» T, Brid;^■elo^vn. X S "'f't! 

Davidson .lames M, Halifax, X S .">.">L' 

Delllois Wni M, Annapolis, X S '<*'>'■> 

l)e\'ine Ffed, St .lolm. X 15 r,:;s 

Doyle Xallnin \V. Halifax, X S ■">"'2 

Dull'y C K, Fredericlon, X IS ">7^ 

Dunn John U, St .lolm, X 15 '•'•iX 

Katoii i<: 15e( kwith, Halifax, X S .">ll 

Ellersliaw H, Dit;l)y, N S f'75 

Knmicrson U U, Dorchester, N B iiTti 



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a Q. 5C0VIL, 

TEAS, WINES and LIQOORS, 

62 Uviiii street St. Johi, H. B. 

1 can siipi>ly you with TE-AS ••^ oxtra valiios, to conipotc with 
am house is the tra<h% in laryv or small (|uantitic's, or for dirct't shipment 

IVoiu London. (Saryunes, Padraes, New Makes. Panyongs. Indias, For- 
mosa, Oolong. Etc.. Etc.,) in IlalfC'hosts or any sized packages. 

English Breakfast. Ilb. Packages. 

Teas put uj) in Tins, :] w ."> Ihs each, at cost of this extra, with your 

name on lahels 

PRICE LIST OF PEELEE ISLAND WINE CO'S WINES. 

DRY CATAWl^A, \ I'cr Gallon Imperial Measure. 

SWKET CATAWHA, / i (ial .1?2.oo 

lSAliI':LLy\, »> 5 Gal Lots 1.75 lihls. of 40 (^,als !?i.40 

*ST. AUGUSTINI':, (Rct^istcredA 10 Gal Lots. . . . 1.65 Cases of i do/.. Qts... . 5.50 

CLARET, ■] 20 Gal Lots. ... 1.50 Cases of 2 iloz. I'ts 6.50 

OLD WINES- lv\tra Old Port, vinta.<;e 1S.S5, C.ises 1 do/, (jts. i^O.^o ; 2 do/., pts. .^7.50 
CONCORD- 5 ij[als. S1.25 ; 10 t;als. 'r>\.20\ 20 ,i;als. $1.10; Bbls. $1.00; Cases i.? qts, 

FAIRFIELD PLAIN VINEYARDS. 

CANTKAr PKKLKK MKlXK, 1 do/ *4..-)0. 

UNFKUMKNTKl) (HIAPK dl4('E .") (Jal. h)ts .$:{.<;o : Cases, 1l> Qts. $!• 



SOLICITING YOUR TRADE. 



LIBERAL TERMS. 



*J. S. ILVINllLTON c^- (H)'S ('(mununion Wine, guaranteed pure juice 
of the grape. Registered at Ottawa. TELi<:rHt>NE .>2*3. 

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iTt sliipniciit 

Indias, For- 



agers. 



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INES. 



illlC. 

als !?i 40 

/.. Qts... . 5.50 
iz. I'ts 6.50 

do/., pts. 87.50 
Cases IP. qts, 



s, 1L> Qts. $ii 

TERMS. 

I pure juice 



)2:j. 



r.uiK. 

Fisher .<: .\ R CoiiiifU. Woddstock, N I? .".'.•« 

Fairweatlit-r A (', St .loliii Oiitsidi' front (M)ver 

FiiirweatliiT 8 Ij, St John (Mit.sidn 

Fit/.palrick II K. New (iiasjiow, N S '>xr> 

Fra.ser, JenniKon >.< Graham, Ni'\v (ihtsjfuw ."is.'i 

(iilbert (Ji'or.ifi', I'atlmrsl, N I! :>{\r> 

(iill)crt v*; (iillu-rl, St .lolm N I! .-.:!!• 

(iillis \ Harris, .Vnnaiiolis, NS .■■.(;;> 

(irani !.<• Sweeny, Monetou, N I! 'ihi 

(irierson .1 .\, Weynioiilli, X S .")'.mi 

'iriniiner F II, SI Andrews, N 15 :>s',) 

Hamilton Llias ^, New Ilavcii, Conn <I(M) 

llari|uail .lames S, Dalhonsie, .N I! ,')72 

Harris, Henry .<; Cahan, Halifax, N S .■).■.:! 

Hart 1. 1 Twininj;, St .loiin. N I! .-,;ili 

Ila/cn vv; Raymond, St .John, N [i 6-10 

llearne 1) .\, Sydney, C H :,'.)'j 

Henson E K, .\mliersl , N S ."><; | 

Hcnson Kol)t \V, Moncton, .\ l> .",SI 

Mill Wm .\ (i, -ydnty, C I". ,V.I2 

.Fennison II V, New (ilassiow, N 8 :,st', 

.Johnston ,1 .), Chariot let own, I* K 1 .■>;(( 

.tones If T. Halifax, N S r>:,^ 

Kayc K (i, St .lohii, N I! 540 

Keith H S, Sl.l(din, .\ 15 .VK) 

Kelly .J Kiiiff, St, .lolm, N I!.... .-,;U 

Kiiij; (Jeorjre II, Windsor, N S ..,')'.l(; 

Knowles K T C, SI .1 ohn. N V, ,",41 

Landry N A, liathnrst, N 11 -,(jr, 

I.offan i<: Casey, .\ndierst. N S .-,(Jl» 

Loiruie Wm .!, Chatham, N I'. :,7'j 

Masters Fred A. Kentville, N S .".,s| 

McAllister ^^ Motl, Canipliellton, N U r,i\\\ 

.McAlpme K II, SI .lolm. N I', .-,42 

McCoy, McCoy \ Grant. Halifax. N S .-,.-,4 

McCready .lames W, Frederieton, N I! 'ns 

MacDonald Allan, I, Sydney, C IJ .V.»'_' 

.McDonaltl H H. Shediae, X I! .-,ito 

.MacDonald ^v; Ives, I'icton, N - .■„s,s 

Mcl)(niald W .< .1 .\, Halifax. NS .-,.-,.-, 

.MctJillivray .lohn. New (ilass^ow, \ S a.si; 

MacKenna Horace W, i'arrslioro. .\ S .-„S7 

McKeown II .\. St .lohn, N 1! .",( | 

McKinnon .1 A, Halifax. N H .■..-,( 

McLean .lames A, Hridirewater. N S ."ids 

Ni'Lean .lames T. New (ilasjiow. N S .■iSC 

Mcl.ellan W W, Halifax, XS .-,.-,5 

Mcl-eod H F, Frederieton, N 15 .-,7s 

Mi'Leod .lohii I), I'icton, N S .■)Ss 

Mcl.eod Hohert. St .John, N I! ,-,42 

McNeil. McNeil .< rcrnan, Halifax, N S ,-,,-,(; 

Mcl'iiee I) L.Sydney (North), C 15 ,-)'.i;! 



rA<iK. 

MarlMiic Wm F, Antiy;onish, N S .MM 

.Macrae «.<; Sinclair, St .lohn, N 15 

Sii'e line onlside front cover 

Mellish.Iohn T, Cliarlotletown, 1' F 1 ,-,70 

Miller (> S, r>ridij;etowii, N S r,W, 

Milli-an C J. St .John, N 15 .142 

Mills Jolin K. .\nnapolis, X S :,i;\ 

Milner .11,, Hridjietown, N S 5117 

.Moiivoe H ( i, I)i,ii))y, N S ,-,74 

.Montiioniery .John, St .John, N 15 .y,u; 

.\'orris((ii A G. Halifax, N S ,-,,-,(; 

.Mnrray i*c McKenzic, Sydney (North), t; 15 ,V,i4 

.Mnrray Kohert G, St .John, N 15 ..,-.4;! 

Nottinjj; Thomas, llalifa.x, N S r,:>r, 

otty GeoO Dicks St .John, N B 54;! 

<»wen .1 M, .\nnapolls, N S 6(14 

I'almer C A, St ,Iohn. N 15 544 

Palmer C .\ \ S W, Moiicton, N B .-,S4 

Parker .J G II, Hridiietown, X S 5(;ti 

Parsons W K, Middleton, N S 5s;! 

Patterson v<; Fnlton, Truro, N S ,-,!)5 

Pearson .<: Covert, Halifax, N S ,-,,-,7 

Pelton Sanford H. Yarmoidh, N S .:,<)>.) 

Peters, Peters vt Injjs, Charlottetown, P ]•; l...,-,7() 

Pickett H H. St .John, N 15 .-,41 

Powell, Ilennett A- Harrison, Sackville, N 15 5s:t 

Pnddinjiton II F, St .John, X U 54.-, 

Pnusley Hon Wm, St John, X H 544 

j Hainsford H B. Frederieton, N 15 57!) 

Keddiii J H, Charlottetown, P E 1 570 

1 I{ichard A 1), Dorchester, N B 57(; 

I Ritchie R R. St John. N 15 541; 

Kolierts Arthur, Bridiiewater, X S 5(iS 

j Ro.scoe W E, Kentvilie, X S 5s| 

j Ross, Mellish v^t Mathers. Halifax, N .^ 55s 

I Rowliuiis ^>^ Thomp.son. Halifax. N S 5,-,!( 

Rujz.iiles T 1) .»; Sons, Bridiictown, N S .■)(;7 

Russell it Russell, Halifax, N S 55s 

Russell W A , Shediae, X B .-,!)(, 

Sanford (has F, St John, N 15 54(; 

Shalfner W P, Kentville, X S 5s 1 

Shaw iVi Sanuster, Windsor, N S .-,i»7 

ShreveTC, Disiliy, NS 574 

Sinclair ^^^ Patterson, New Glasiiow, N S 5s(; 

Skinner C N .< Sons, St John, N B 54(; 

Slipp .\rlhiir R, Frederieton, N B ,-,so 

iSmitli Bowyer S, St John, N B 547 

Sndth C R. .\udicrst. N ,s 5112 

Smallwood C R, Charhittetowu, l" E 1 571 

Stewart .1 McG, Pictou, N S 5ss 

Stockton A .\, St .lohn, X B 541; 

Teed B B, Sackville, N B ,-,!m 



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The Liverpool and London and Globe 

INSURANCE COMPANY. 




Assets 
1st Jan.. IJSOT, 

$48,454,585.14. 

Assets in 

<yiiiuula, 

$1,992,824.04 



twF''l"liis ('i)iiip;iuy 
olTi IS tlic lowest cur- 
rent lati'S of premium, 
willi the most ani|)k' 
sicurily and the 
|)ii)m|)lest attention in 
the rase of claims. 



.\;j;tncies in the 
principal towns anil 
\illai;es tluouj^hoiit llic 
Piovinces, to whom 
a|)plication for insiir 
ance may be made 



FIRE IXSIIRANCE "^" '<" <l«'scri|»tiniis clVccltMl on llir incsi 

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BARRINGTON STREET, HALIFA>X, N. S. 






HALIF'AX, N. S. 



Si'Sa * * Hi ^&;g- 



finest harhor in 
js ; from Boston, 

hours ; 



'f'* li'WX, the ca])ital of the Province of Nova Scotia, is situated on the f 
X®^ the North Atlantic. It is distant hy rail, from I'ortland, Me., 6i.S miles 
^*' -J 2(1 miles : from New York, ij^c) miles. 

iiy sea, Portland is 340 miles, or 24 to jS hours ; iJoston, ^^yS miles, or ^t, to 36 ho 
New ^'ork, 542 miles, or 4S to 53 hours; and Paltimore, SOo miles, or )2 to 82 hours. 

My the Intercolonial Railway, St. j 'hn. New Prunswick, is 277 miles: (^)uebec, 
miles: Montreal, S50 miles: C'harlotlet( n, Prince lulward Island, hy rail and steamer, 
miles : St. John's, Newfoundland, by se 4S hours. 

Halifax was founded on the 21st June, 1749, by an e\[)edition under the command of 
Hon. I'-dward ("ornwallis, governor of Nova Scotia. 

In llic year 1 7.(.S the Ihitish Lords of 'I'rade, incited iiv the ])eo|)le >>[' Massachusetts, 
deti'rmin d li, found a city on the coast <if Nova Scotia, paitK' in prospect of conmiercial 
ad\aiita;;es, and paitly lo keep the .\cadians in <iieck. Parliament voted /,p 1,000 for this 
purpose: and on June 21, 1741^ a licet of thirteen transports and the sloop ol war "Sphinx" 
arrived in the desiyn.'led harbor, bearing 2,376 colonists (of whom over i,;ioo were men). 



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MERCHANTS' BANK of HALIFAX. 



I). H. DLJNCAN. 



CfiHliier. 



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BRUNSWICK STREET. HALIFAX, N. S. 

I III . y was laid out in July, and was named in lionor of (liori^c Montagu, I'.arl of llalil'aN, 
';>,■ U\.\ ol' tlu: Lords of 'rradi.'. 'Tlir Acadians and tlu' Indians soon sent in their subniis 
.: , ut in 1751 tlie suburb of Dartuioutli was attacked at nii^lit by tlie latter, and many 
ol its <iti/ens were massacred. i''ive lumdred (lermans settled here in 1751-52; but it was 
found dil'ticult to |)reserve the colony, since so many of its citizens passed over to the New 
I'aiL^land provinces. The great fleets and armies of London and Wolfe loncentrated here be 
lore advancing against i.ouisbnrg and (^)uei)ec ; and the city afterwards grew in importance as 
a naval station. Representative governmi'nt was established in 175S, and the ])arliament of 
1770 remained in session for fourteen years : while Halifax was made one of the c-hief stations 
whence the royal forces were directed upon the insurgent .\merican colonies. After the close 
of the Revolutionary War many th(nisands of exiled Loyalists took refuge here ; and the wooden 
walls and towers with which the city had beiMi fortified wen; replaced with more formidabk' 
defences by Prince Edward. 

The ancient palisade wall included the space between the present Salter, Jiarrington and 
hicoli strei'ls and the harbor ; and its cit;idel was the small goveriunenl house, on the site 
of the pres-'iit |)arliament building, which was surrounded with hogsheads filled with sand, over 
which light cannons wi're displayed. 

The harbor of Halifax, or Chebucto I'.ay, extends from a line drawn from (Miebucto Head, 
on the western sIkjiv, to Devil's Island on the c.islcrn, up to the Narrows, whii'h are spanned by 







BANK OF NOVA SGOTIA. 



Capital, .Sl,oO(),00<). 



INCORPORATED 1332. 

K< solve Fiiiul, 81,500,000. 



JOHM DOULL, - - - - Pn^yi'lent. 

ADAM BURNS, - - - - \^icc-Prosident. 

J.AIRUS HART. JOHM Y. PAYZANT. 
R. B. SEETOM. 



HEAD OFFICE: 

HALIFAX, N. S. 



THOS. FYSHE, Cashier. 
DANIEL WATERS, Insp. 



-.A.a-EJsrcii^;s. ■ — • 

IN NOVA *sr(iTIA ^< <-<■■' M' K..11. \-.u\ . \lill, - .1. II, I.". Ml I \-.lil; |;il.lu.l""l., U. ( .ll.lvv.ll. \:;.-lil . Ilii;!.^. II. 

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IN NEW BRUNSWICK. 



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sAN I l:.\M isi (I. r.ANK I.I r.i;iri.~ii rin.uMi r. 




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500,000. 



I Cashier. 
:rs, Insp. 



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I. C. R. DEPOT. HALIFAX. 

a railway luid^'. I'.cvdihI liir Narrows is rx'dlord IJasin, foniu'tly easily accessible lo sliijw nl 

llie lari;esi lonnaiije, ami a ra\iMiie resort of yachts. 

The harhor |)ro|)er is si\ inili"- loiii;, and 011 an a\eraii;e one mile wide. TlH're is deep 

water all the way up, and the largest vessels can lie al()nt;siile tiu- wliarves at any state of llu- lide. 

'I'lie anchoram' is exci'llent, heini; protected aL;ainst every wind iiy the trend of the shon s and liy 
.Nhicnali's and (leoi-^i-'s Islands. The defences of the place' an; very slroni;. \'ork Rrdoiilil, 

which is also a sij^nal station for shipping, is a [)owerful fort on the to[) of a iiigh iiluff, and crosses 
its jilungin!; fire with that of a redonht on Macnal)"s Island. I'orts Oiiilvie and ( "aniliridm' in 
I'oint Pleasant Woods, the I'oint IJattery, l''ort ("larence on the l^astern Passage, and ( "leorge's 
hland, which is one large fort, complete tlie si'a defences; while the citadel commands not only 
the harhor, hut the land side. 

The city is situated upon a peninsula four and a half miles long, two miles wide, and covers 
ahnul eight sipiare miles, the city proper extending over three miles in length. The ridge, of 
which the citadel forms the highest point, rises from the sea level al I'reshwaler, and falls away 
again to the level of Bedford l»asin beyond Richmond at the northern end, and at the Dutch Vii- 
lai^e near the head of the Northwest .Arm. The city is built mainly on the eastern slope, and thus 
()resents a pictm-es(iue a[)pearance from the harbor. It is laid out in S(|uares, the streets running 
at right angles, and follov.ing pretty closely the four cardinal points. There are about 150 streets 



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BANK OF HALIFAX, 



Halifax, 



CAPITAL, i!;r»(M),ooo. 



NOVA SCOTIA. 




AOENCrKS. 

ANNAPOLIS, X. S.. - ('. 1). AitNAiM). 

llAlJIMNd TON I'ASSAGK.X.S. .1. D. Lkwiti, 



REST, s'ior»,oo<). 

Dh'cvlnrs : 
W. J. STAIRS, 

WM. ROl'.E!; rsoN, 

Vl(-i I'lM SIPKNT. 

HON ROIU'K' i'.OAK, 

WM, ROCllL, 

J. II. SVM(^MiS, 

Wi I.I.I AM l\\ INNINC, 

C. C. IM.ACKADAR 



Meail Office . 



Halifax, N. S. 



E. L. THORNi:. Cashi.t 

C. N. S. STRICKLAND, 

Accountant. 



Ajiout. 
.As'i'iil. 



DAUTMOITII, N. S., 
(il.ACK l'.AY, C. B,, 
KK.NTVll.LE, N. S., 
LIVK.IM'OOL, N. S.. 
NEW (il.ASdOW, N. S., 
NOUril SYDNEY, (\ B. 



C. W. l'"i!ASKU, Actinir Aijciil. 

A. 1). MacRak, - Ajiciit. 

,1. W. BouDKN, - Aiicnt,. 

E. R. Mii.iiAi.i , - \\in\\. 

\\. ('. WuKiiii, - Ai,'<!iil. 

S. B. BoAK. - Aueiit. 



Interest iillnucd o.i D.i. wit Kiroipls, ;iii(l Dei.osits in Savins Bank I)fi)artinciil. 

Collections netivc imiiUMlialc ;i'.tinlii>ii and inonipl itlnrns ni:iiU\ 

Drafts liunglU am\ sold on all parts ol Canada, United SlaU-s and KURlaud, and U'tlt-rs o! Credit issued. 



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I'h-l Sll'KNT. 
I !'.()AK, 

I'S, 
\iNNMN('.. 

A PAR 
ffice ; 

N. S. 

CKLAND, 
Accountant. 



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VIEW OF PUBLIC GARDENS. HALIFAX, N. S. 



and lanes. 'Vhc houses arc mostly Imilt of wood ; hut within "the l)ii(:k district," as it is called, 
which comprises the business ])ortion of tlie city, no new building of wood can be erected. This 
law, however, is ingeniously evaded. Many of the streets are lined with shade trees ; and the 
numerous private grounds, gardens, and line hardwood trees which aliound in all pMls of the city, 
add considerably to its beauty. One of the finest bits of street in this respect is J'leasant Street, 
between Spring (larden Road and Soulli Street. On the shores of the Northwest Ann are iiand 
some [)rivale residences and grounds, the owners of which have sea-bathing, lioating and fishing 
at their doois. 

The streets of Halifax arc not paved, and du.st is conse(iuently not unusual in summer ; but 
the system of watering-carts copes lairly well with this evil. Tlie city is lighted by gas and the 
electric light, and all houses are supplied with water service. 

F»RINClPAIv THOROirOHFARKS. 

Water Street is the commercial street of Halifax, running, as its name indicates, along the 
shore of the harbor, it is bordered on its eastern side by stores, siioi)s and wharves Starting at 
the south end, the first wharves of importance are the Dominion, where llie coals of ('ape Breton 
are landed from steamers and schooners ; next, at the fool of Salter Street, are Phelan's, where 
the Boston boats tie up, and Corbetts, the terminus of the New York liners and of the St. Pierre 

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Dry and Pickled 



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Salt Water Fish, 

FISH OILS AND SALT, 



Porto Rico and 
[British IslaiMl 



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General Commission Mercliants. 



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HALIFAX, - Nova Scotia 




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Direct Route to BOSTON. 

Coiiiioctiiip; at Boston with Kail aiul VVator Liiio.s in ami IVoni all 

points ill tlu; UiiittMl Siat<^8. 



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litK^il with ever)' nioclcrn convcniciKc. c-oiuhiiiiiiL^ Saii;tn', Si'i;i:it, 
CoMioKT Mairnificcnt I'assciiLrcr Acconiniodatioiis. I"!I('gant Cabins 
and Staterooms. Sj)acioiis Saloons. I-llcctric LiLjhicd throughout. 



TWO K.OXJTE1S. 



Halifax and Roston. 

Charlottetown., Havvke«bLiry and Hoston. 



REGULAR SAILINGS. LOW RATES. 

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CANADA ATLANTIC & PLOT S. S CO, Plant Wharf HALIFAX. 



M. F. PLANT, Vice-PPesldent Si Mana^ep. 
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SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER. 

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N eckties, 

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Goods sent on approval. 



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and Mii|iu.luii SLPvicr l''arlliLi aluiiL; is tlir (^(iklh^ wharf, wliicli is liiiiiciial piuiiLity, and fiom 
whii'li the lianspuil stLaiiu r " l.ily " plirs lo Maciiali s Island willi ( (.Jiiipaiiies uf lliu R'i;imenls in 
^airisun, or lo llic dilTciL'iU IniLs with iLlitfs lur tiic dclacliineiUs on duty. Just aljovc is tlic 
I'cny, ("ily ur iMarket wliarf, fioiii wliicli llic stcanu is of tliu Halifax aiul Daitinuiilli I'cny start. 
Here small boats may \k: hired at the landing sli^). 

(,"lusc to the entraiKe to the I'erry wharf, on the corner of Redford Row and (leorge Street, 
is the Market lUiikling, a plain hrick structure, suiniounted h)' a clock-tower. A little to the north 
is the City lUiildiiig, now laing replaced hy a i)ri(k and granite Citv Hall on the ("iiand Parade. 
The ( "ity ('ivil ( "ourt and the I'olice (Jourt, both presidetl over by a stipeniliary magistrate, the 
(Council Chamber, tile City ('lerk's and City Treasurer s office, and the I'olice head(|uarters, are 
situated in this building. 

'I'he Ordnance wharf is the ilei)ot for the big guns and war material re(iuired for the arma- 
ment of the forts. Here, as on all other Iin|)erial |)roperty, sentries are mounted. 

IJedford Row runs north and south between Water and Hollis Streets, from Sackville Street 
to tile Orilnance. The United States (Jonsulate is on this street, between I'rince Street and the 
Post Oftice, as is also the Ciermaii Imperial ( 'onsulate. Ueyoiul the (,'itv lUiilding is the Sailors" 
Home, now being replaced i)y another building on the corner of RJl's I.aiie and Water Street. 

Continuing along Water Street, llie Cunard wharves and stores are next met with. It is lieie 
that the Allan Line steamers to and fium I,iv,r[)ool, and in winter the Newfoundland steamers, 



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THEIR CELEBRATED ALES 
and 5UPERI0R STOUT 

ill hlids., half hlids. and sinalliT packat^cs, Also in hottlc, 
packed in hbls. when rcHjuirrd for shijjnu-nt ; each 
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aiiivi' ;iiul depait. I'assiiigt'.s hy iliicct mail sleamcis (liiiiiiy i\\v winter season, land or embark 
at the Kailway Wliaif, a sliuit ilistanee I'aillier up, wlieie tlie cars run alunL^side the vessels. 'I'lie 
drain i'.Kvalor is situated at the entrant f to the wharf: it is a ('i(jvernmeiit work. i'lom this 
]H)int hallOr the street is tak(.:n up liy the railroad line, and the traik has to be crossed to reach 
\\\v Marine antl hisliiries wharl, where the Dominion (lovcrnment steamers and cruisers are fittetl 
cut. '{'he buoy and liglil service is carried on frijui liere. A short distance above is the Nortli 
lerry Slij), where boats may be hail to visit the flagship and other vessels of the squadron. 'I"he 
charge is generally ^5 cents per person for the trip to and from the ships. 

11. M. Naval N'artl, an extensive property on the harbor, is next in order. It is surrounded 
on the land side liy a high stone wall, and contains the laiuling place where II. R. II. the Prince 
of Wales landed in iSho, andll. R. II. I'rincess l.ouisi'in 1S78. There ari' extensive storehouses 
machine sho|)s, coal tle|)ots, arsenals, magazines, residences for the officials, a hosfjital, a large 
parade-ground, etc. 

The Dockyard was founded in 175S, anil received great additions (including the present wall) 
iu 1770. During the two great wars with the United States, it was invaluable as a station for the 
Royal Navy, whose lleets thence descended upon the .Xmcrican coast. Many trophies of the war 
ol I Si 2 were formerly kei)t lure (as similar marine mementos of another nation are ke|)l in the 
brooklyn and Washington Navy- Yards), including the figure head of the unfortunate American 
Irigate, the " ("hesaiieake," which was cai)liired in 1.S13, off Hoston Harbor, by the Mritish 
Irigalu "Shannon," and was brought into Halifax with great rejoicing. 

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'I'lic liixkyaul is not oih^ii to the |)iil>lif, Imt the su|H'iintrn(Knt will generally admit visitors 
uiH)ii pieseiitatiun of their cards 

Opjjosite the Dockyard is the termimis of the Intercolonial Railway, the passenger-station 
lieing a large hriik Imilding, lighted at night hy electricity, iiul with no great pretensions to 
architectural hraiitv. 1 .ocknian Street and Water Street run into one at the bridge heyond the 
station building. On the right, just beyond this bridge is a powder-inaga/ine, and another is to 
be seen inside tlu' palisade of the Wellington I'.arracks tm the left. 

Contiiuiing along in a northerly direction, the visitor will seethe works on the Dry Dock. 
It is a first-class slriictine of granite and cement, ca|)able of receiving the largest vessel 
afloat. Its dimensions are: i.ength on tcjp, 5.S0 feet: length on bottom, 560 feet; width 
nil top, 102 feet: width on bottom, 70 feit. Draught of water o\er sills at ordinary high 
walir (spring-tides), _:;o feet. .\ little way beyond is the No\a Scotia Sugar Refuiery. and 
larther still the Deep water 'rerminus of the Intercolonial Railway, where steamers and 
sailing vessels may be seen at all times loading and unlo;iding their cargoes. This suburb 
bears the name of Richmond. 

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(alholic) and Convent, and close by is St. Mark's ( 'Inircli (Church of i'.ngland). To the south 
and occupying the whole slope of the hill between (lotlingcn and Water Streets, are the Wi 



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EVERYTHING IN THE LIVERY LINE ALWAYS ON HAND 

SaddU;, Drivinn^ and Carriage Morses, IJaroiichcs, Landaus, Victorias, 
and set with j^rood carelul dri\-ers, can he hail at all hours. 

Also a lar^i; assorlnicnt of Sin^U; 'Teams, Phaetons, liuooies, CarryJiHs. 

with or without I )ri\(rs. 

Ixcii'iie p'o(ii*-H«i*J><-* Temps for picnsdiv Parties, 

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We also ha\e a larcre Acadenn lor learning- to ride the W'heel, 
a hue stock of whicli we ha\e on hand lor hire at \-er\ re.ison 
able char^rcs both l>adies and dents'. 



Call and Inspeet our Ntoch'. We will In- ph'osrd to show you fh rough 

ouv I.avije Estuhlishnout. 

W'c (lo all our own lilaeksiuitliinn'. Morse ShoeiuLi, ("arria^e b'e|»aiiiuu and 
I'aintinj4 and I laniess Ivepairin^- on the premises. Come and see us. 



ROBINSON'S LIVERY STABLE, 

5 to 25 Doyle Street, 



T, ROBIMSON, Proprietor. 

0. M. ROBINSON, Business Manager. 

WM. ROBINSON, Stable Manager. 



HALIFAX, N. S. 



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Admnalu 1 Ioiim', the slimc rcsidciicr ol' thr admiral in cnmiiiaiul. ll is a ])lain, sul)staiitial 
ii^idciiic (if sinnc, covcTrd witli i\ \ 1)11 i-iic side, and coiniuandini; a splendid view. 'riuTc is 
a :.iiii,i|p1i(iic and si,i;nal station, li\ nutans of which tiic admiral ('(inumuiicati's with llir siiips lying 
liilow. 11. K. 11. Princess I, (Uiisc resided here on her first aiii\al in ( 'anada, in 1.S75. 'The 
.\,i\al ( 'ciueii'rv lies lower (Idwn the ^lope, on l.ockman Street. The 1 )ear and l>nnd) Insiitntioii 
i:- ;\\s(> on ( ioltinnen Stieet. 
■;,3 liollis and ( iransille Streets are the two principal thoioughrari's, on which the hest stores 

may lie found. Ilollis starts from Sonth Street, and at the junction of the two is the Royal 
I'jmineer N'ard, familiarly known as the " l.uml>er Vard." The offices of the coniiiiaiulant of the 
corps are situated here, together with store and boat houses, workshops, i|uarters for seri;eants, 
etc. ll is connecled l)\- an electric cahle with ( leorj^e's Island, which lies in front of it, in mid 
harlior. It is also the station of the Royal Nova Scotia \'acht S(|iia(lron ; all yacht races 
■■lartin^ and fmishinii; here. 

Immediately to tin- south, and hounded hy the \'ard, ari' the das W'ork.s, which supi)ly 
Halifax Proceeding alont,' Ilollis, Morris Street is crossed ; and after passing a block, the tourist 
lias on his left hand (loveriinunt House and grounds, the residence of the Lieutenant (lovernor. 
North of this is the residence of the I'.ishop of Nova Scotia In the next block are situated the 
two leading hotels, the Halifax and (^)ueen, both comfortable and well-aiipointed houses. The 
llalilax was in former days used as a bariacks iiy the Imperial Ciovernment. Farther north, on 

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TRY^j^YLOR'S 

Palcice Hoot an<i Shoe Store, 

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HALIFAX. N. S. 
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the sami- side ()( the sliffl as llu: iwo lioti'ls, is llie I5ull 'l'c;li;]»h()nc I'AcIiaii^i', anil in tlic iirM 
lilock, cm till' west siiU', is the' Wrsli'iii L'liion Tcicgrapli Oflici-, willi liu' Halifax (liil), a hand 
somi' slonr Ituililinjj;, ne'ar it. 

On the conirr (if Hdllis and I'lin^r Slii'cts is tlif (^hu'cn iluilding, huincd down in iSSi 
with li)s> (if \'\(f : on tiic (tiipusilc coiiut, liu' clciiianl itnildnij^ of the Union iiank. I'hc 
whdlr lil(i(k opposili' this is occ ii|iii-d li\' liic ]'ailiaMi(.iU (or I'rovincial) liuihiin^; a massive 
'^liiiilurc of hccslonc. Opixisili- {\\v (iiaiu ill(.' slictt I'liliancc is tlu' 1 .ilirar\, occui>yin;j, a vi rv 
cosy htllc hall, and sii|)pli('(l with works on law, history, and scicnciv In iht' north part of llu' 
Imildin^u; is the jjiain anil connnodious hall of the 1 louse of AssiMuhly : and on the Miuth is iJic 
Chaniliir of the l,i'_ii,islativf ("ouncil. in the former arc portraits o\' Joseph iiowe, who won 
responsible government for Nova Seolia, and of Jud.^e Johnstone, one of the most prominent 
|)olitieians of his day. In the Legislative Council Chanihcr arij full leiiylh portraits of Kini; 
(leorj^e III. and (^)ueen ( 'harlotte : on the north wall are ("hii'f Justice I'.lowers, Kinn William l\'., 
Judge 1 lalihiuton. Sir Thomas Strange (Ky lienjamin West), and Sir lircnton Ilaliliurton : of 
Nova Scotia's military heroes. Sir John Inglis (the defendt;r of lauknow) and Sir W. I'lMiwick 
Williams, of Kars : and of King (leorgi' II. anil (jueeii C^aroline. 

The new Dominion Hnilding is east of the Parliament I'.uilding, on Mollis Street, and is 
140 hy 70 feel in area. It is luiill of brown freestone, in an ornali; style of architectmc, and cost 
$iio,ooo. The lower story is occupied by the Post Office, Money-(.)rder Ol'tice and C'usloms 



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J. C. DUMARESQ, ARCHITECT. 
197 BARRINGTON STREET, HALIFAX, N, S. 



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Ik'pailinciil ; and ihn lliird floor contains the Provincial Muscinii, which cx!nl)its preserved 
birds, animals, nplilis, fossils, n>inerals, shells, coins, and specimens of the stones, minerals, 
toals and i;o!d ores of Nova Scotia. 'Ihere are also numerous Indian relics, curiosities from 
Japan and (^liina, naval models, and old portraits. OpjKisite the entrance is a gilt |)yramid which 
irl)rest'nts ilic au<(>unt of L^old produced in tin; province i>i'tween 1862 and 1870 — 5 tons, .'^ cwt., 
valued at $,5,,?7;„4.i> ■ 

On the coruir (»f llollis and Cicor^e Streets is tlie handsonio liuildiny of the Merdianls' 
IJank ; ni\t to it is tlic iJank of Nova .Scotia : and opposite the latter llie liank of liritisli 
North Auurica, lioth of whicii art' lovlgcd in handsome stone edifu es. The strcvl runs into 
Water Strcrt, two lihxks fartlii r on. 

Ciranville Stnel lie-ins at Salter, just south of the Halifax Hotel, and also runs into W'ati'r 
Street, opposite llie Ordinance The fust huildin^ of note on this street is the I'reemason Hall, 
of stone and i)rick. In the same hlock is the unpretentious Orpheus Hall, formerly a Baptist 
meeting; iiouse, converted into a concert room. In the next hlock is situated the Church of 
I'in^land Institute, with reading-room, hilliard-room etc.; and on tlie corner of Prince, the 
V. M. (]. .\ Ihiilding — a handsome and imposing structure. The most fre(iuented portion of 
(Iranville Street lies north of Oeorge Street, and contains the principal stores. 

Pleasant, whicii i)egins at l-'reshwaler, near the seaside entrance to I'oint IMeasant Park, has 
already been referred to It lies imm -diately ahovi' Hollis and Oranville streets, and has many 
iiandsome private resideiices. P>etween South and Morris streets, on the left hand, is Clirton 
House, the ii'ading N'oung Ladies' Private Seminary : and inuiiediately above it, tlie Presbyterian 
Ladies" I'ollege. Opposite Ciovermuent House is St. Paul's v)ld Churchyard, witii a freestone 
arch surmounted by a lion, dedicated to the memory of two Nova Scotian otticers killed in the 

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CiiiiKa. Si. Matlluw's ( hunli ( |*ixsl)ytLiian) is iiorlh of (luvcmiULiU House ; next comes the 
Hiii^adc OlVu I : and noilli of this tiic Ai adciuy of Music, a brick l)uildin}; well designed, and 
capable of seating eleven bundled |)e()|ik-. Ojiptisite is St. Mary's Catbedial (Roman Calbolic), 
a liaiidsonie stone edifice with granite lacade and spire, in wiiich is hung a ])eel of bells 
wliicii chime on Sundays. The fme brick buikling at the coiner (jf the street is the (llcbe 
House, till' ofticial residence nf tlie Roman Catholic Archbisiiop of Halifax. Above the 
cemetery is tile Court House, a large sloiie building, and liehind it the County Jail. 

IMeasant street liere changes its name to IJarringtoii. I'loceeding north, the visitor will find 
the Citv Club on bis left : and farther on he will come to St. Paul's ('hurch (Church of Rngland), 
wliich is tlu' oldest clnircii in the city. 'I'lie walls arc covered with tablets to the memory of 
Imperial officials, distinguished Haligonians, and others, it has been used as a cathedral churcii 
by successive bisiiops, but St. iiukes, on Morris street, has iieen for some years past the [)ro- 
cathedral. St. Taul's faces on the (Irand I'arade, from which, in former days, a salute of t)ne 
lumdred guns was fiii'd annually on the anniver.-. ny of the settlement of tlie city. 

The ( 'itadei is most (|ni< kly reaihed by ascending Sackville street, at the head of which is 
the Halifax County .\cadeiny, a large brick building. 'I'he citadel itself covers the submit of liie 
hill upon wliich the city is situated, and is ^50 feel above the level of the sea. A beautiful and 
varied view is obtaiiu'd from different points of ijie works, as the citadel commands the whole 
country round. The citadel is a fortress of the first class, according to the standards of the old 

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school: tliough of latf \t.us tlic ('lOvtrmiiLMt has ItLstuwcd imicii attention on the works at 
("il'oij^l's Island, \'oik l\c(loul»t, tlii.' i'oinl, and Macnal/s Island, which arc more important in a 
naval point of view. The works were conuntncc'd hy Prince lulward, Duke ot" Kent, father of 
<,lueen X'icloi ia, who was tiuii ( "oniinander ol llie I'orces on this station. He em|)loyed in the 
:^erv•icc a larj^c nuniher ol' Maroons, wlio liad luin con(|ueted l>y the ISritish and were banished 
honi Jamaica, and suWseciiienllv dtported to Sierra 1 ,eone. ( 'haiv^es and additions have been 
made nearly every year since, initil the i)resent innueiise slroni;hold has been completed It is 
sepaiated from the glacis b\' a deep moat, ovi'r which are tiie i;uns on tlie ninnerous liastions. 
'I'he massive masonary of liie walls seems to ticly assault, and the extensive barracks within are 
said to i)c bomb |)roor. During the year 1.S7:; 74 the artillery was changed, and the previous 
mixeil arniament to a great degree replaced by mu//le-loading Woolwich guns of heavy calibre, 
adapted for liring the conical i'alliset shot, with |)oinls of chilled iron. The visitor is allowed to 
walk outside the cinmit of tlu' ramparts, and this elevated station affords a broad view on either 
side. Perhaps the best pros[)ect is that from llie southeast bastion, overlooking the crowded city 
on the Hlo|)es below ; the narrow harbor with its ^^hipping ; I): -tmouth, sweeping u[) toward Ik'd- 
ford l>asin ; I'ort Clarence, below Daitmouth, witii its dark t emates ; Macnab's Island, crowned 
with l)atteries and shutting in the Ivistern Passage : the outer harbor, with its fortified points ; 
and^the ocean beyond. 

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JOHN STARR, SON & CO., L'td. 




Electrical Enpeers 
and ConMrs. 



.AiAxri'A("nin:i:s am) 

IMI'Oin KI{S ()!• 



TELEPHONE, 
TELEGRAPH, 
Electric Lig^ht, 

AND GENERAL^V 

Electrical ^ 
Apparatus 

Supplies. 



134 Granville Street, 
HAIiIFAX, - N<)Vm SeotiM. 

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Near the portal of the citadel is an outer battery of anti(jiiated i^uns : at the south end of the 
glacis are the extensive barracks of the Royal Artillery : at the north end the Pavilion Barracks, — 
quarters for married men. The (larrison Cha|)el, a plain wooden building, stands on the corner 
()( Brunswick and Cogswell streets. 'I"he service on Sunday mornings is very attractive to 
strangers, as the staff and troops of the garrison, with band, attend in full uniform, iiehind the 
clia|)el is the Military nos|)ital. Farther north, on Urunswick street, is the Cliurih of the 
Redeemer (Universalist), on one side, and a M.tiiodist Clnirch on thi' other. Beyond, at thn cor 
nor of Cornwallis, is St. (leorge"s Churcli ((Jluirch of England), reniarkai)lc for its circular form. 
On the corner of (lerrish is a cemetery, now disused, in wiiich stands the i|uaint Little Dutch 
Church, erected as a Lutheran place of worship in 1761 by tlie early Cierman immigrants. 

West of the citadel stretclies the Common, used for military paradis. South of tlie Common 
lies Camp Mill Cemetery, and east of this the Public dardens, which front on Spring Carden 
Road 'I'hey are beautifully laid out, and form one of the greatest sununer attractions of the 
city. At the western extremity a lawn-tennis ground is laid out : there is a pond surrounded by 
shrubbery and Mowers, and inhabited l)y water fowl. On Saturdav afternoons a military l)and 
[)lays from 4 till 6. Concerts are given at intervals in the evening, when tiie Ciardens are lighted 
with the electric light 

0|)i)osite the (lardens are tlie grounds and building of tlie Convent u\ ihr Sai red Heart, and 
at the eiul of the street is St. Stephen's (or the Bisli()|)'s) Cha|)el (( luircli of iMigland), on tiie 
edge of the site for the new cathedral. On tlie other side of the road is a Method! -t Chai)el. To 

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1^ MMANTJILORS 



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160 GKANVIUI.E S'l RKIC'P, 

HALIFAX, N. S. 






Iin])()rt('i's of Fine Worsted ("ojitiiiLi. 'rroiiscrini^s. Scotcli Tweed Suitings. 

Materiids and 'rriniiiiiii.iis of tlie liest (,)iialit> used only, under com 
|»eteiit and expei-ienced inana_!j,'eineiit. 



GEO. HIRSCHFEUD, 




MANl'KACTrRKK Ol' 



Sausages and Bolognas of Every Description. 



ALWAYS ON IIAND- 



ImU-.SII AM) CoKN'KI) PoRK, HaM. liACOX, 

Lard and Drii'I'INGs, Ecos, Etc., Etc. 



Orders Solicited. Call and Examine. 



Fishing' Vessels Supplied at Short Notice 



216 Argyle Street, 



Halifax, N. S. 



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GRANVILLE STREET, HALIFAX. N. S. 



the south, in the next l)l()ck, is the new Dalhoiisie ('ullege, and on the ground situatid between 
Morris antl South Streets, the vast Poor-iiouse l)uilt l)y the city to replace the efhlke formerly 
standing in the same place, which was burned down in 181S4, with a loss of thirty si\ lives. luist 
of the i'oor lu)use is the X'ictoria (leneral Hospital, and op]X)site to it, on tiie north, tiie I'Aliibition 
I5uil(ling, used in tlie winter as a skating rink. 'I'he School for the lilind is on the S(|uare between 
South I'ark, Tower, Morris and South Streets. Visitors are admitted on Wednesdays after three 
o'clock, ('ontiiuiing down Morris Street, St. I -uke's Cathedral, a very plain wooden building, is 
seen on the left. 

On Spring (lardLn Road, at the corner of Argyle Street, is an open scpiare planted with trees, 
formerly used as a burying ground for inmates of the Poor iiouse. before that building was removed 
to its present position, ( )pposite is the Militia lirigatle Office, and west of it the Drill Shed, 
l)eyond whi<-h is IJellevue House, f(jrmerly the official residence of the commander-in chief of the 
garri'-on. Nearly opposite liie IJaptist ( "hurch, on the oilier side of tlie road, formerly stood 
Spring (larden 'i'heatre, where the late I]. A. Soliiern ( 1 ,ord 1 )undreary) made his ,/(/'/// on the 
lioards. 

'i'he ( "otton (''actory is situated on Kempt Road, at tiie north end of ir city : and some 
distance licNond, overlooking the Narrows and iietlford Basin, is Rockhead, the (jty Prison. 

I'winl IMeasant Park, a favorite resort of the inhabitants of Halifax, may l)e reached either by 
I'reshwater, taking the car- to the f(H)t of Inglis Street, or continuing up Inglis to tiie foot of South 

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MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 



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OFFICKS OF (;F\FI{AF A(;K\('V 
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J. A. JOHNSON, = General Agent. 



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The mutual LIFE INSURANCE CO., of New York. 

KICIIAKI) A. McCUUDY, IMeHhIeiit. 

Has iiioff liisiiiancc in iuicr. A i^icalcr Annual Inroinr and inoii' Assets than any other 
company in the world. It is the Oldest Aetive .Nnierican Company. 

Total A.s.si't.s $-J:M,744.I4s.4l> 

Total Siir|»lii.s iicai'lv :;(K(MM).(M>tMK> 

Total Incoiiic ill islMl onci' 41>.7(H',(>U.').l'7 

This is ov(>r TWELVE MILLIONS moiv than the total 

iiicoiiic of ( 'aiiada. 

ASSKTS IN CANADA. 
Bonds, etc., in deposii with tlie lleceiver-tiriuM-al at Ottawa. 

nAKKrr 1 ii.i v.. 

r. S. (lold IJoikIs, 4 ' .$|,s7,0(KI.(M> 

r. S. (iold liomls, .') iNlM>l'.").(K> 

Doiiiiiiioii of Canada. 4 I I'S, 70(1.(10 

Province of Nova Scotia, 4 40il.(;s7.:)0 

I'loviiicc of New Ihiiiiswick, ^ I1U>,.')(;0.00 

('it\ of iMonlival. 4" :»lM>,(>s4.tM) 

City of (iiicl|»li, .7 „ i:5:),ii:{:;.4s 

City (»f ( )tta\va. .")" 4:5.41>().0(> 

City of Toronto. 4\, 4()I,r)47.00 

Total canicd out $i'.4:>s.<):j:}.<»4 

In Doposit with (Canadian Tiiiste<»s under Ins. Act. 

(Juai'anty Ti-iist Co., of \. V., Stock, 

H>' „ $1>00,000.(M> 

r. S. Alort^auv ^^^ Trust ( 'o., of N. V., (i' „ .".•_>:),00(M)0 

.$i,42:),(M)o.o() 

Cash |)c|M)sit l>ank of .Montreal Jj<:{lM .^(MMKI 

Net outstandino and deferred preininins 7-J,0t>.").SL' 

Total Assets in Canada, - 4,257,529.76 

Insurance in force in Canada -$17.S0I ,(>71.00 

Total Income in Canada in ISiM} sl>4,1I71>,OS 

J. A. JOHNSON, General Agent, 

COR. GEORGE AND GRANVILLE STREETS. HALIFAX, N. S. 

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HALIFAX TRANSFER CO., Ltd. 



ITsrCOTV I 'OT^iyVTlriTJ ]»<!)(: 



Head Office : 134 Mollis Street, 



TELEPHONE 581. 



, N. S. 



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AM) riM).M ALL LA IMS OK 11 1 L ( IT\. 



RESPONSIBLE AGENTS 

Meet All Tiaiiis and StramUoats. 



SUPERIOR CARRIAGES 

( 1 ,i\L'rir(J |)ri\i'is) l''()r lliu' 



General Parcel Delivery Throughout the City. 

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DOCK YARD, HALIFAX, N. S. 

l';nk, liy \'(iiin,i; .\\ciuu', at the ciid of wliicli stand a pair of ,i;at('s of liaiulsdiiu' il(;sij;n. I'lic 
I'ark is iMipi'iial |)io|)irly, Itul is Irascd to tlic cily lor an iiidc linilc miinlur of yi'ars, al a nominal 
tcnl of a sliillinj;. Once a yoar all roads K'adinj; into il arc dosed for Iwiiily four lioiirs, to main 
rain llu' owncrsiiii) and provi-nl any possilili- claim to a pnhlic ri,i;lu of way. 'I'lio I'ark lii-s alonj; 
die slion- of llu- liarhor and of tin- Norlhwisl Arm, Tlu- roads, originally made by tlic Royal 
I'ai^^int'crs, lur. kepi in capital order, and enable tbe visitor lo drive ibroiij^li all portions of llie 
I'ark. There ant very beautiful views of tlie barbor, (he main, and the Northwest .Arm, from 
dilfeiciil pnints. The niaski'il forts and batteries wliieli liie \isitor comes ii|)on nne\|)ectedly, 
tlie iiiimls, llie bdiil rock fa<'es, tlie woody ,L;lens, the i;rass\ swards, the footpaths strayiiii; dudu,^ii 
thi' tliickest of the wildeiiu'ss, alliend a eiiarm to tile loe.dit\ which e\|)lains the reputation it 
I'.ossesses. '111.' I'rince of Wales i'owi'r, at the southern end oltln' ri(li.'e, is a martello lower ol 
the Crimean War pallcrn, but it i> now used as a fort. 

'riieie is a ferry at Toinl I'lcisanl !i\- which the visitor can cross to Purcell's ( 'ove, a charm 
mL;ly ^iliialed settlement on the western shore, from whicii I'alkland and N'ork Redmilit may i)e 
reached. Just beyond the wc.>lcin limit of the I'ark stands the disused I'liiitentiary, a forbidding; 
granite structurt', the imnates of which wert' some yi-ars ai;o removed to the new Maritime I'ro 
\inces Penitentiary at Dorchester, New Itrunswick. .\t the head of the .\rm is .\lelvilli' Island, 
on whici) .ire the biiildinL;s of the .Military Prison, huiini; the wai of i.Sij American piisonias 
were confmed here. The .\rm is lined on botii sides, bul es|)i( ially on the eastern sliore, with 
handsome prisate residences. Tliere is ^ood sea lishiui; and lobster s|)earii\j;. 

.Macnabs Island, tluic miles loni;, is a favorite resort for |)icnics. It has a powciful battery, 
.md on a sandspit, .Meagher's Iteacii, is a lii^hthouse. The military camp and rille ran^i' are 
situated at the southern I'ud of the island. Southeast of Macnal)"s, and SL'i)arated from it by a 
narrow channel, is l.awlor's Island, the ipiarantine station, liilow .Meagher's Heath stretch the 

Thrum Cap Siioals, on which II. M. frigate "Tribune" was lo^t in 1797, only a few souls 

being saved. 

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FURNESS LINE 



Under Special Contract with the 

GOVERNHENT OF THE DOMINION OF CANADA. 



FORTNIGHTLY SAILINGS BETWEEN 

St. John, N. B., Halifax, N. S. 
^^ London, G. B. 

Passengers Booked at Through Rates to all Parts of Great Britain. 



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The Aiiv and Well- VcMitilatcd Saloon and Sleeping IJcrtlis Immiii; aniidsliips. 

sccui'c Ibi' I'asstMiiicrs that pHviicst of liixui'ics at sea, l''i'('sh Air, 

coniltiiKMl witi'. tilt' luiniimini of motion. 

5AL00N OCEAN FARES | Xtm.n"orBr," -""' 



posii 

ST JOHN CITY and HALIFAX CITY, Inside Rooms, 

" Outside " 

DAMARA, Inside Rooms, 

'' Outside •' ..... 



$60 00 
50 00 
50 00 
45 00 



Cliildrcn midcr 1:.' years (acconipanitMl l»y their parents) Half-Fare. 

Infants nndei- li years (no berths provide*!) Fi'ee. 

Special IJates for Domestic Servants ;tccompanyin_!4 a Family. 

BOSTON to LONDON via HALIFAX, Fiist-Class Single, - S <;7 50 
By Plant Line or Liiml oi Evangeline Koiite, *» Return, - !!,'> OO 

I'iissfiiircrs from BOSTON to LOXDON can olnain Tlironuirnckits at llu" Olttces of tlu' 
VAKMof'Tn S. S. Co.. and t Ik- PLANT LIN K of STKAMI'.IJS, LKWTS Wn.AUF. BOSTON. 

Passengers will Embark at CENTEAL WHARF. Loading Berth : CENTBAL WHASF, KALIFAK, N. S. 

•^i.- .A-FFL-^r TO -Cs 

FURNESS WITHY & CO., Ltd. - Halifax. N. S. 



TELEPHONE 390. 

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$60 00 

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AM» or 1 OKSYTIIE, SUTCLTFFE & CO., 

WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS. 



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HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA. 






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ENTRANCE GATES TO CITY PARK, HALIFAX, N. S. 

I).\u I'Mol'in. Oil till' eastfiii side of the liaihor lies tlie thriving town ol Dailniouth, rnii 
iK'cti'd with lliilifiix 1>\- a line of feiiy-steaniers, leavint; cvei)' fifteen minutes. It has four 
( luirelu's, foundries;, niaiiiinc-shops, hiiweries, hoat-liiiildinn yards, etc. 'riicre are extensive lope- 
works on tiie lidj^e to liie north of tin; town, and on the east of the town a laii;e skate factory, and 
a marine railway on tlu; shore. 'Tlu' railway line, which crosses the Narrows over a lon.i; piK; 
liriili^e, runs aloiv^ llie shore, lhroiip,h the lower part of the town, and round the heaulifui Dart- 
moiitii rov<', to Woodside, where? i:; a larj^e Sui^ar Refinery. Alioul a niiU; and a half from the 
town, on the ciesl of llu- ridi^e overlookint; the harltor, is the Mount Hopi' Asylum 'or the Insane, 
a very larj^e Itiiildinu;, admission to wliicii is obtained hy ajiiilication at tht; secretary's office in the 
i'id\ince r.uiidinii;. On the shore, at the entrance of the l'',asterii I'aiisajfe, is I'"oit ("laix'iK'e, a 
powerful work. The Ivistern l'assa;j;e is a long and narrow strait with many shoals. In 1S62 the 
Confederate cruiser "'Tallahassee "' was hloekatled in Halifax Ilarhnr Ity a S(]ua(h<»n of United 
States nitrates Tiie sliailow and tortuous IvasliTii I'a^.sage was not watched, since nothinsf liul 
Muall fisliini^ craft had ever traversed it, and it was considered impas-:al»le for a steamer like the 
" rallaliassee." I'mU Captain Wood toik advanta,t;e of the hi_nli tide on a dark nijj;ht, and ere])! 
cautiously out behind Macnab's Island. Hy dayligiit he was far out of sight of the outwitted 
blockading lleet. 

The Montagu (iold Mines are four miles from Dartmouth. Cow I'ay, wliieli is reached by 
a seven mile drive along thi' siiore of the I'-asterii Passage and through the wood,, has a tine 
stiet<h ol beach, where surf bathing <'an be I'lijoyed. 

To the north of 1 )arluiouth stretches a cliain of lakes, tlu' drive along which is very enjoyable. 
Ill winter tiie-e lakes allord excellent skating. 

ENVIRONS OF HAI^IPAX. 

One of the favorite drives from Halifax is tf) the Knur Mile House antl along the shores of 
Hedford I'lsin. This noble sheet of water is five miles long and one to three miles wide, with 
Irom eight to thirty six f.illioms of depth. It is entered by way of the Narrows, leading from the 



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MOIR, SON & CO., 

Biscuits and Confectionery. 



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Confectionery. 



Oiir aim is to supply the best quality 
at a reasonable price. 

We hnve the lari;'est estahlisln nent of the 
kind in the Dominion. 



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Q. n. Smith & Co. 

119=123 Barrington Street, 

Halifax, - - Nova Scotia. 

:3 i.Mi'oirrKiJs and dkalkhs in ^: 

BRITISH, FOREIGN & DOMESTU; 




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Dry Goods, 






SILKS. SATINS. VKIA'KTS. CLOTHS, 

IMP»r»()NS. LACKS. (II.MPS. L.TTTONS. 
COIfSKTS. AM) LADIKS' IN I )Ki:("L()TH I N( i. 
COLLARS, (T'LI'S, II AN DKLIUTM KFS, 

(TIOICK FWKNCII KID (ILOVKS. 
BKST MAKLS IN LADIKS' IIOSILKV, (..iir s|urialt>.) 

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Dress Goods, 



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MANTLES, JACKETS, GAPES « WRAPS, 

PARASOLS, UMKNEIrlrAS aiMi 
WATERPROOFS. 

OUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS DEPARTIMENT 

is vcrv lai'uc. and I'cplctc with cvci-y r(M|nircnuMit. 
X^ A(;i:nis roi; IJi ttkimck's pAi"n:i!Ns. •■^ 



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liarbor. It is hoiduivd on all sides liy Imld liills rmin 200 to ;;_^o (vcl in hc-iyht, hL'twu.n which 
arc lull s(niarc miks of si'iuii. aiuhoriiiL^ ;j,roiiiid. I'dtir miles fnim Halifax, on the west shore, is 
Rockini^ham (I'oui Mile House), a pleasant siniiiuer resort. 'I'he Academy of NToiint St. Vincent, 
a Roman Catholic ladies' school, is seen on the slo|)e of the hill, ileyond Rockingham, on the 
iijj,ht of the road, is Prince's l.od^e, a lemnant of the residence formerly ot'ciipied by H. R. H. 
the Dnke of Kent. Sherwood, another Roman Catholic conventional school, lies on the left of 
liie road near liedford, which is also on the west shoie, and has several summer hotels. 

In the sunnner of 1716 the ^leal I'rench .\rmada sailed from Uresl to con(|uer the 
r>ritish North .\merican coast from N'iri^inia to Newfoundland. It was connnanded by the Due 
il-Viiville, and was com|)osed of the line of battle ships 'I'rident, .\rdent, Mars antl Alcide, 64 guns 
each ; the Nortluunberland, ("arillon, i'igre, 1 .eopard, ami Reiionunee, 60 guns each : the Diamant, 
50: Megere _^o : .\rgonaule, j() : I'rinci' d'Hiange, jO ; the Tarfail, .Nh'rcure, I'alme, (iirous, I'erli- 
anil twenty two other frigates, with tliirty transports, carrying an army of 3,150 soldiers. 
I >.\nville's orders were to " oci'upy 1 .oui-^burg, to rei'uce Xova Scotia, to destroy ISoston, and 
ia\age the coast of New iuiglanil." The .\rmada \>a-^ dis|)ersed, however, by a succession of tin 
paralleled and disastrous storms, and l)'.\nville reaeluil Chel)ucto l'>ay (ilalifax)t)n September 10, 
with only two ships of the line and a few transports. Si\ days latir the unfortunate duke died of 



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ice-.\dmiral d'lvslomiielle connnitteil suicide a fjw days later. Some other vessels now arrived 



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I 

DOMINION COAL CO.. i 

(LIJMITKJ).) 

Owiu'i's of the Victoria, Intcniational, Caledonia, Kcsci'vc, (lowric, 
Little (ilacr I>ay. J)ri<lyq)ort, and (Janlner ('olleries. 

-OFFKKS lOH SAU: .^=^ 

SCREENED ] 

RUN-OF-MINE ^^^ ^^^ j. . , ' 

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SLACK and V^ Vii^ # 1 1^ I 

CULM I ^ > > , T , v.v , r..>v , Trr^r„>.v , TT.v^ ^ , 

V i— ■! -A-IiSO I ■■■• 

/ Bpiquettes or Patent Fuel 

For Steam, Gas and Domestic Purposes 

f. o. 1). Cars at I\Iiiu>s, f. o. )>. Vessels at its Piers at Loiiislmru' 
and Sy<lne\, C. 15., also delivered bv tli(> earj^'o at anv Port in 1 

the IMARITIMK PlioVlNCKS. 

Consnniei's on tin* line of Hail, away from the sea coast, can he su])])lie(l " 
with Coal. f. o. h. ears, at any Port havinj^' Pail Connection at the water 
front. 

I'^or pi'ices and other infoi'niati(»n whei'e thei-e ^ 

is no Local Aj^cnt. ap|)ly to 

HIRAM DONKIN, I 

OR TO RESIDENT MANAGER. 

M. R. MORROW, (iLACE hay. c. w. 

General Sales Agont for the Maritime Provinces. 1 

HALIFAX. N. S. 

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rposes 



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)(' siipiilitMl 
t the water 



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cey. 



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luir, ;iiul immense l)aiia(:ks wlic cicct^'d along the lictiruid Basin, 'rwclvu lunulri'd men liad 
(lied from scurvy on tlic outward voyage, and tlic camps were soon turned into Iiospitals. Over 
1,000 l''rencli soldiers and ^co 300 Micmac Indians died around the basin, and were buried near 
u i|uiet waters. October i;,tli the l''rencli lleet, luimbcring five siiips of the line and twenty-five 
liig.Ues and transports, sailt d from Halifax, intending to attack Aiuiapolis Royal: but another 
icirilile storm arose while the vessels were off (!ape Sable, and scattered the remains of the 
.\rmada in such wiiK' confusion that i1h'\' were oblige'd to retire from the American waters. 

The Indians calleil Halifax llarbo?-, (?iiebuct(>, meaning "the chief haven :" and the i''rench 
named it ^a Haie Saine, "on account of the salui)rity of the air." 

Hammond's Plains are seven miles west of Medford, and were sittled in 1S15 by slaves 
hiniight away from the shores of Maryland and N'irginia by the British fleets. 

Wavi'rley, with its goldmines and powder mills, is near Bedford. 

Southwest of tile city are tiie Chain Lakes, from which Halifax is supplied with water. 
Applications for permission to fish in these lakes must be made at tli;; office of the Board of 
WOrks, Bedford Row. .\ jiretty (lri\e is round the head of the Arm to the Dingle, where the 
\iilnr may alight and climb to one ot tiie two lookouts, from which a l)eautiful \ iew is liail over 
liir luuiior and city. He may also ascend to tiie Rocking Stone, which lies to the south and west, 



on iliL' to|) of a |)rominent hi 



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SOCIET Y AG[T A1'i;i) ! 

The Duke of Leeds, Canada*s 
Next Governor-General. 



A society writer in the Kcilo sjiys : •• The I )iike ol' 
Leeds, who .'iccoi'diiiii to |»reseiit arraii^eiiieiit, will 
sueeeed Lord Alx'rdeeii, e;mie \cv\ near lioiii^ lo 
South Africa. lie was Lord Salislairys candidate 
for the |>()st and his a|»|»ointinent was possihle ii|> to 
the last moment. When he was finall\ rejectefl. his 
receiving coni|iensation in the shape of the ^ovcrnor- 
_U('nei'alslii|> of Canada hecame a foregone conclusion, 
tlie JMiiilisii papeis sav. It is ver\ nnusnal for a 1 )nke 
to accept a LiONcrnor ^eneralshi|», hut the I )uke of 
Leeds is not rich and is very fond of seeing the world." 

The Duke of Leeds is familiarly called "The (J' i Duke," on account of 
liis l»ein,u lar^^cly coiniected with the manufacture of that well known article 
ofdrink. Should he come to I'anada there is no doulit the |io|»ular drink 
will he nin. W'e kee|> all the hest hrands in stock, such as 

Heiike's Greoii, Blue, and lied Ca.se. Key liraiid. 

DeKiiyper's (ireeii, and Ked ease. Coate^s lM,vni<Hilli, ISootirH Old 

Bleukenlieiin & Nolet's, in stone (|ri. Tom. 

bottles. I Gllber's Selinapps. 

J. &. J. Vicker's Loiulon Dry. 



KELLEY & GLASSEY, 

Wine and Spirit Merchants, 



LI'JTII llorSK. KsTAin.isui.i. |s|s. 



HOLLIS STREET 



HALIFAX, N. S. 



5° 



The Drink Problem! 

DOES PROHIBITION PROHIBIT? 



mil to bo Ajuraiii HnbiiiittiHl to the Local Tjegislatiiro. 

In ilic iiicimliiiH' lluTf is no doiiht as to llir fxrclli-nl inerlts of the «ooils liaiullod l>y us. 
iiiiiiiu rale some of (lie Icatliiifj lines for the ^rultlancr of our cuslomerH, as follows: 



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ALES. 

Uilsh's, ('. II. Hibliert'H iind 
I'ig Brand, .MrKwim'H Celeliral- 
cd Scotfli Kdinlinr){li Ali-s, i>alc 
and Htr(in)>. 

ALCOHOL. 

( •oodcrliani v<: Worts. 
BRANDY. 

Hc'nne8.s_y'8 and MartoH's xx xx 

and XXX and S. (). 
I'inet (.'astillion V. S. (). P., 
){is<|nit Dnbonclie & Co's. , 
Houycr, (iuillet & Co's., 
A, Leroud and other clicaj) 

HrandicH. 

BITTERS. 

Auyujitora, 

.1' 'ni Hull, 

( 'oca Hitters, 

Hernard's Orange, (Jrosskill's 

Orange, 
Midxenzic'a Caherfeidgh, 
Indian, Wormwood and ISum- 

liull. 

CHAMPAGNE. 

Prrrier .l<nii't, Minnm'.s Kxtra 
Dry, \'euve ('liijuot, ('al)inet, 
lni|ierial Sillerv antl Koval 
Sillfry. 

CLARET. 

Clial. t'alon Segnr, Chat. Smith 

Haute l^alitte. 
St. Kinilion, St. K.stephe, 

Margaux, I'auillae. 
.Mcdoc, St. .lulien. 

GIN. 

llcnkc's (Jreen, IJlue and Red 

Case. 
l)<'Kuy|ier".s Oreen and Hed 

( Jase. 
lik'nkeidieim fi Nolets, (in 

stone (|uart bottles). 



Key hranil, 

t'oate's I'lvmonth, IJooth'sOld 

Tom. 
(lilhcr's S<'hnaii|iH, .1. «.<: >l. 

Vifker'H London Di'y. 

GINGER WINE. 

Haii'd's, .Meagher Hro.s. and 
IlirHi'uir.s. 

LIQUEURS. 

Ca/anovin' Kermann's, Marii^ 
liri/.ard it Roger.s,' (iilheys ' 
and Herring^'. 

MADEIRA. 

( ililx^y's ('aHtle, Castle Orand, 
(Jrown. 

MARSALA. 

(lilbev's Castle (,'., Castle Y., 
Floi. 

MINERAL WATERS. 

Aiiollinaris, .lohannis, x\]icnta, 
( iodesberger, t'antrell and 
Cochran's Belfast (linger Ale 
and Soda. 

PORT WINE. 

Hunt's Ollley Korrister, Leaky 
A: Haig's, (lilbey's Castle 'I, 
anil Castille (40 years old). 

St. David's X'intsyards Cele- 
brated Native Wines, Bur- 
gandy Beaune, Burgandy 
rummard, 

RUM. 

.lamiviea, Baird's, Watson 'sand 
Musgrave's, DcnuM'ara, Sand- 
baek, I'arkc^r & Co's. 

STOUT. 

( i\iinness's, Burk's and Pig 
Brand. 



SAUTERNES. 

Clarke's and Rosenheim's. 

SHERRY WINE. 

Die/. HarmanoH, ( hapnuiii 
Anthony, Ollley Forrester and 
Leaky & Haig. 

WHISKEY, SCOTCH. 

Usher's. White * Maekay's, 
Inverawe, Thompson's Rare 
Old Lii|ueur, Bidlock. Lade & 
Cos Special, Big Ben, Heather 
Dew Lii|ueur, Scotch Cream, D. 
C. • L., (^oinmodfU'e, Oielic, 
Brown's Special, Watson's, 
Creer's O. V. H., Williams' 
v. V. O., Cabinet (S years 
fdd), White Horse Cellar, 
CauMislynie Still, Royal Hlen<l, 
House of Conmions, Isley 
Blend .\, Kellev & (ilasscv's 
Royal \,, Locha^jer, Mitehcn's 
Heather Dew, Piper Blend and 
other cheap brands. 

WHISKEY, IRISH. 

■Iamisnn,s, (!. Roe's, Kinahan's 
L, L. Dunville's, Watson's, 
Mitchell's, Rurke's, Mehan's. 

WHISKEY, RYE. 

Cooderham & Wort's 2, .")aiitl 7 
Years Ohl, in wooil and gla>s ; 
Corby's I .\. L., Walker's 
Im])erial and Club. 

WHISKEY 
BOURBON. 

Creenbrier, Meagher Bios. 
Old Crow, Kentucky, (iofidcr- 
ham \- Wort's Canailian, 



* Leith House. ^ 
m. Established m 
\ 1818. ^ 



KELLEY & GLASSEY, 

Wine and Spirit flerchants, 

. HALIFAX, N. S. 



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\() Xced lo S^<^^^ yiiviUcv 



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Pianos, Organs, > 

and 

Se'wing . 

Machines. ^ 

WK iiAVK 11 IK Bi:sr. 
The KARN, 

IIEINT/MAN & (U)., 

BEIMERS. 

BEIIR BROS., (i\. Y.) 

WEBER, (N.Y.) and others 




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The NEW RAYMOMD i 
NEW WILLIAHS 

And WHEELER & WILSON | JVla.chine5. 

All Slock S«>1<1 on Easy Terms. 

Don't Fall to Write for "^lataloKue Prices and Terms, Etc., op you will miss it. 

MILLEI^ BROS., 

101 and 103 Barrington Street, - HALIFAX, N. S. , 

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ENTRANCE TO PUBLIC GARDENS. HALIFAX, N. S. 



liANK^-. — Halifax Uanking (j)., Water Struct; Nova Scx)tia, Ilollis Struct; liritish North 
Anu'iica, Ilollis Strui't : MurchaiUs", Ilollis Street; Union, Hoilis Street; Montreal, Holiis 
Sticil : l'i'o])k'"s, Duke Street; Dominion Savings 15ank, Ciranviile Street. It niiiilu be men 
liiiiu'd here that tlu- li;niki;ii,' syslt'iii in Cimada is tlie hest in the world. 

Xi.\\>i'.\i'R.Ks. D;iily : .MorniiiLi, ( 'lironicle, ( 'iti/.eii and I'Aenint^ Chronicle, .Morning 
111 raid, I'.vening .Mail and Acadian Recorder. Weekly: Royal Cia/ette, Presbyterian Witness 
nd Weslcvan Messenger. 

CiAKRisoN. 1 lalifax is the head(]uarters of the Impel ial forces in Hritish North America. 
I lie L;arrison is the only one in the Dominion composed of ri'giilar troojis. It consists of a 
M L^iiiu lit of the line, of a battery of Royal Artillery, of two comjiaiiies of the Royal iMigineer 
''<Mps, of one company of Siil)m;irine and 'Torpedo iMigineers, of detachments of the Com 
mi''>avi;U and Tninsiiort Corps, of tiie Ordinance Store, of the Ilosjiital Corps, besides the 
Mrdical and .\riiiy I'ay Dep;irtments. 'I'lie coiimiander-inchief is a general, who in tlu' aliseiice 
Iroiii the Dominion of the (iovernor Cieiieral acts as administrator of the government. He has a 
military secretary, two aides, and eight other staff ol'ticers, together witii a military chaplain. 

N.WAi, SiATiON. Halifax is also tlie principal station of the North American and West 
Indies Sijiiadron of the Royal Navy. It is a \'ice .Xdmiral's command, and the flagship remains 
ill port during the greater part of the summer, with some of the other vessels of the scjuadron. 

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HALIFAX, N. S. 




Session beerins Augusc 
Slst, 1897. 



Faculty of Law 
Faculties of Ai*ts &. Science 

SESSION BEGINS KEPTEMKEK Stii. I.S!>7. 

Faculty of Medicine 

SoMsiou Begins September ::tOtli, 1S*.)7. 



BURSARIES^SCHOLARSHIPS. 

The Foll(>\viii<jf Bursaries will be offered in September, 1897. 

o Bm-sarirs of $40, 2 Scholarships of $120. 
MaeKenzie Bursar of $200, 



Cyriie ("ak'iular ciMitaiiiin^ full iKirticulars of the coursi's of inslriictioii, examiiialions, 
•■I't^iilatlons, c\hil)itions, bursaries, uiodals, and other prizes may be obtained by applying tn 
tile President The President will be glad to correspond with any student wishing informalinii ^ 

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' lL\LlFAXLAUrE«'(J()LL 



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IN AFFILIATION WITH DfiLHOUSIE UNIVERSITY. 



Art Studio. Conservatory of Music. 



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f $120. 



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examinalioiis. 
hy applying to 
ig iiifoniiatioii , 



IM:\'. IJOl'.r. LAlNd. M. A.. ri;i,sii.i.M. 



MISS M. S. KI:K CilKTON. ( ' \Mi:KiiH,r, 
Resilient I'rineipal. 



MR. C. 11 roRli.R, l,nrH( 
Director nl (loiiseixalory. 



The Courses ol Stiuly iiMliule KNCJl.ISII, MATIIEMATI(5H, 
science:, 3I()I)EKN and CLASSICAL LANGUAGES, 
ELOCUTION, CALISTHENICS, AKT ami MUSIC. 

■I'iiiTe IS a Siair (if 2^^ 'IVarhers selorted from tlu' l.est Ijii^lisii and Canadian L'niversitie's an. 
iVom tile liesl (Jernian ("onscrvatories ot Music. 

Calendars eoiitaininu full inlornialioM max lie ohtained iVoni liie Tresidenl, 

REV. ROBERT LAINQ, Halifax, N. S. 

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KEAD OF 00]i^:MER0IA3L. WHARF, 



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General Hardware 



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: Ship Chandlery. 



Iliiihh'i-s* Supplies, Tools. 
CiilhM-y. Etc. 

()or«lii<>-o, Anchors aiul Cliaiiis. 
Eiiufiiio U«M)in Stores. 



[Dick's English Engine Oils and Ship's Paints. 
Agents for New Jersey Copper Paint. 

ISherwin Williams Paint, Etc. 



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W. & A. MOIR, 






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Manufactupeps of 



I'lo t.) L'ls r.AiMMNCToN stim:kt. 



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Marine and Stationary Engines, 

Mining Pumps, Mill and Mining Machinery, 



OEALERS IN AND IMPORTERS OF. 



ALL KINDS ENGINEERING SUPPLIES, 






PIPE FITTING. PIPE, VALVES, PACKIN(iS, 
KUHBEU GOODS. Etc., Etc. 

5b 



DS. 



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ware 



llery. 



Chains. 



aints. 



ST. S. 

ties, 

jhinery, 
JES, 




HALIFAX FROM GEORGE'S ISLAND. HALIFAX. N. S. 

Pui'.i.k: liuii.KiNt.s. Prfninco l>uiklin}f, Mollis Street, containing tlu- l.cgislalivc l.ibraiy 
(i)|K'n daily from lo till 4) and DcparlnicMital Oltuvs. hoiuinion lUiilding, conlainini; the Post 
< XVk r, ( 'iislonis I )i.])artinL'nt. Sliipping Registry, and Provincial Miiscun\. (lovcrnnicnl lloiisi, 
Mollis antl liarringlon streets. Court Mouse, Spring ( iarden road. 

i'l A( Is of I\i i.ki.>r. The Citadel, commanding the City and Marhor ; the \a\al \'ar(i, 
op( n lo till' |)ul)lic : tlie i'ultlic (lartleiis, opiii fron! S a. m till dusk I'very day. Mililars hand 
(Very .salurdav, from 4 till '> p. m. : Point i'lea-'ant Park, wit!) its walks and drives; the (Inen 
.Market, Wednesday and Saturday mornings: St. Paul's Cemeter\, I'leasant street; (Jamp Mill 
( 'einetery, Simnner street; the Northwi'Sl .\rm, aecessilile by land; .Melville Island, Military 
Prison ; the Dingle, Northwest Arm, and Dutch N'illage, 3 miles ; Chain Lakes and W'ati'rworks, 
.^ miles ; Macnah's Island, 3 miles : P.edibrd, S miles ; Cow P>ay, 1 1 miles ; Waverley Cold mines ; 
Prince's Lodge, 4 miles; Montagu Ciold-mines. 

In sumnu'r, boating on the harbor, boats may be liired at the North Slij), tlu' I'erry Slip, 
and Luke's, I'reshwati'r. The Wanderers' l!oat Club have a boathouse and pier at the foot of 
.Morris street. The Royal Mova Scotia Yacht Sijuadron's station is at tlu' Royal luigineer Yard, 
;it the .-Duth end of Mollis -.treel. There an' fre(iuent races, accompanied by the Sipiadron 
steamer, on hoard wiiich visitors are cordially welcomed. Excursions by steamer to various 



points on the liarbor take |)lace ne;uly every d.iy. No tourist sli 



ail to 



I lalif.u fiom the 



Water ; the sail up and down the harbor is charming. I'ishing may he obtained on many of 

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Htardntt s Atf Sfore 



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40 & 4^ HAKKINCJTON STREET, 

Halifax, - Nova Scotia. 




ARTISTS' MATERIA IX WAI.l. PAI'KR. 

WINDOW SIIADIX 

riCTUKE MOULDINGS, PAINTERS' SUPPLIES, MIXED PAINTS, 

ENAMELS, A ARNISIIES, YAv. 



Wholesale and Retail. 



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»AINTS, 



isai-A-icERS ojr — 



MEMORIAL WINDOWS 

CHURCH AND DOMESTIC GLASS '^ '"MV"\".?^' "' *" 



4\l» ,tl.l. HKM'Kim'IO^H 

. . or . 



INTEKIOK DEC^OUATORS and all Doseiiptioiis ol OKNAMENTAIi 
AND PLAIN PAINTING, SIGN WRITING, etc. 

PLATE AND SHEET GLASS., 

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A. C. HARDlNr,, D. D. S.. 

YARMOUTH. 



GEO. K. TI^OMSON. D. D. S., 

HALIFAX. 



Drs. HARDING & THOMSON, 

^ DENTISTS, ^ 
HALIFAX AND YARMOUTH, N. S. 



All till' Liilcsl Scifiililic Mclliiiils. iiicliKlin;,' " CjiliiidKiresis " for I'ainloss Killiinr, and •'('iicaiii," I'or 

raiiilt'ss Mxti'Mctidii, cmiiloyt'd. 

Halifax Otllces in Wright Buildinii. COR. BARRINOTON and PRINCE STREETS. 



THIS si'Aci: I'.KLoNcs to 

WILLIAM C CLARK. 

THE LITHOGRAPHER, 

HALIFAX, - Nova Scotia. 



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tliL- laki's and rivers closr to tlic city : sea I'lshin^ is cxtvlk'iit, and lioals, provided with lines, hail, 
etc, tor tile purpose, may he liired at tlie i'erry Slip, (lod, haddork, and mackerel ahoiind, and 
polloek ean he taken with tlu' tly in the Northwest Arm, ariorihiiL; eapitai sport. I.ohstiT si)earinL; 
from hoats hy torehlii^lit is :i favorite pastime. 

CAB KARKS. 

CTs 

I'or each person for any distance up to one mile ^5 

M II II II one mile and a half 30 

II II II II two miles 40 

II i< 11 M two and a half miles 13 

11 It II n three mik's 50 

One half the ahnve rates to he ])aid if returning in the same carria;^i', for every 15 minutes 
after the first 15 minutes, 15 cents extra is allowed. 

Kor all Hacks or Cahs hired hy the hour tlu- charge shall lu- 

For a One Horse Tarriai^e \)vr hour $o-75 

For a Two Horse CarriajA*' pi r hour 1.00 

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NOVA SCOTIA NURSERY, 

ESTABLISHED 1873. i Latt' JOHN MACD3NALD'S.) 

J. II. IIAliKIS, - Maiiiij^or. 



Lockman Street, 



HALIFAX, N S. 



V I ri\SI'",R\' is coinviiifiitly situaU'd hriiiL? on tlir line of Stri'ct Railway (wliicli |)asscs the 

« ^^ XiuM'ty (.'Wiy 7 minutes) and nearly oppositt' the Intercolonial Railway Station on 

I ,o(kinan Street, and within a short (listanre of the I )r\ Dock. The grounds adjoin 

the Admiralty jnoperty, and an ( )l)ser'ai()ry on the pn mise> eonuiiands the finest siew of Halifax 

Harbor and Dartmouth, with II. M. Shi|)s of War lyiny directly ahrt'ast. 

Tourists and citi/cns generally desirous of reliei from the dust and din of tln' City are invited 
to visit the grounds and make use of the Observatory, which. Ining about i so feil above the sea 
level, ensures a refri'shingly cool breeze in the most sultry seasons, while thi,' ijuiet beauty of the 
scene needs butto lie sei'n to be a])])reeiated. 



H««nl.v (:iiii)l)iuo piMi^ts. H'iil>-('lnss [-^oscs. 

CUT FLOWERS IN ALL SEASONS. 

I'IjiiU-, ('ill I'lowcrs mill Dcsiiins mailed In nil |p;iils nf i he Marilinic l'r<i\ iiico. 
('ciri("<|)oii(lrnce and Iiisiicclinii Sdiiciicd. 



37. O. U03C C3BO. 



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Station on 

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V of I lalifax 

are- invited 
)ovc tlif st'a 
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MONUMENT TO HEROES OF NOVA SCOTIA, HALIFAX. N. S. 

Anil ,1 like |)ri)|)(iili()ii for I'Vtiy irintiiiii (if Mil liiiiir. I'itsom - rULjMnini; ;i li<iiis(il ll.iik ni 
( ',ili liy tlic lioiir III stale tlir >;iiiu' at tlir liiiu' of liiiinu. 

'I'd (If rriiiii ail) stcaiiicr nr |la^>s(■n,^^|■ \cs->cl, Ic nr iVdiii aii\' Imlt I m ilvMlliii;^ Imiisi' 



til any ^l^v^t iiltlcc, lailwas' stalimi (ir (illur [ilacc willi ^' _• ''\vt. hiui: 



Asal 



ii\r witli lAiiv aildriiiinal lia 



, 10 



And ill lil< 



|irii|i(iiti()ii liii all (I 



f cwt. (if liiL;i;a,L;c 

tlicr (li>lain'cs aiul additimial iuu^a^r ( 'liildim under unr 



year did lice ; (i\er one year and under twelve half fare, for ein|)loyiiienl in the nii;lil lime 

hetweeii ij o'elork iMidnii;lu and << (i"el(i(k a. in., in summer, and ij o'elmk iiiidiii^;iil and 7 

o'cloi k a. III., ill the winter, the fare shall l»c as parties may agrie, not howcwr to exccfd 
doiilile fare. 

I!diiealiiiii is attended to in the liijzhesl dej^ree, and such institution;; as, I >.ilhiiiisie College 
and the Halifax I .adies' ( 'olleL;e, offer every facility, and ap.' a eit'dit to tlie ( ily. 

The following; ',uv aiiion^ the leading liarrisliis : E. I'. Allison, 11. .S lllaekadar, Itordeii 
Ritchie iV Chisholm, ('. IS. liiirns, J. .M. Davidsdii, M. \. Doyle, I'.aton >v Hei kwilli, Harris. 
IIenr\ iV C'ahan, II. I'. Idius, Mc('dv McCoy i^' (Irant, W. \- J. .\ McDonald, j .\ McKiiiiidn, 
W. W. Mil.ellan, McXeil .McNeil A- 'rerinn, .\. (\. .Morrison, Thomas N'dtling. IVarson iV 
("ov It, koss .\U'llisli A- .Mathers, l\owlin;4s iv 'riiom|)son, Rii-m 11 iV Kussell, V (. Treiiiaiiie, 
Wallace .V .McKay, \V. W. Walsh and \\\nn\ ^- K 



ini. 



The folldwinn are the |irinci|ial manufacturers, luisiness firms, |i dfessiimal men and steam 



slii|i Cdmpanies : ( ledrge 



\). Hoak iV Co., fish merchants and steamlidat aiiciits : ( 'aiiadj 



Atlantic and Plant S. S. Co.; Colwell I)r(^s , i^eiit's furnishers and shiit linkers : ( "rowcll 
Uros., t^eiieral hardware and shi|) chandlery: S. Ciinard i^' Cn., coal nj^enis mid steainslii|i 
agents: Dominion ( 'oal Co (Ltd.), miners and shi|>|).rs of cd;d, .M. R. .Murrdw, general 
agent: j. C. Duiii;iresi|, architect: I'uriiess, Withy i^- Cd., I'liriiess Line Ste.iin>hi|is : lialifaN 
I 

Rev. S. !•'. iliiestis, .Metliddisi liodkrddiii : ILirding iV Thompsdii, dentists (:il.ii ;il N'arnidiilh): 
J. .\. Johnston, general agent .Mutual Life Insurance Co. of \ew \'ork : .\ Keith A- Son, 
Nova Scotia Mrewery : Kelly »y (llassey, wholesale liijiiors: l.eydon .V .M.uliildsh, men haul 



r.insfer ("diiiiKiny ;ini! li\erv st;il)le in c(imie( lidii : ( '■(.■(iige llirchfeld, sau-age inanul;i( turei 



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;^ lliilisc 

50 

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rii iimlcr iiiR' 
• nii;lit lime 
niglil ami 7 
r to (jxcL'L'd 

)Usic' ('()1Uj;l' 

(lar, iSonli'M 

wilh, llarriN 

McKiniion, 

. I'raisoii .V 

|. 'I'liinaiiic, 

1 and sliain 

Is ; ( "aiiada 

IS ; ( "lowill 

1(1 sUamslii|> 

row, nfiu'ial 

lips ; 1 lalifax 

Kiiiiilai tiiifr • 

t Narmimlli); 

^lilli .V Son, 

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lail(»rs ; Malmii I'los., dry ^oods ; A. S: ^\'. Maikinlay. lM)r)ksfIlcrs and stationers; MilKr Hn><., 
|»iaii()s, origans and stwiii^ luarliiiu's ; Moir Son i<t' (!o., Imkcrs and confct tiom-rs : W. li- A. Moir, 
cii.uincvrs and macliiiiisls ; Nova Scotia I'lirnishiii}; Co ( 1 .td.), (successors to A. Stephen & Son), 
riirnitiirc Miannfactiirers : Nova Scotia Nursery, James II Harris, manager : I'ickford it Hlack, ship 
lookers ■.\\u\ stcanisiiip agents : Irank Ncanion, |)aper hani^ings and di'corations : Rohinson's 
IJvcry Stal)l(s, llic largest and l)est eijuippcd in tlie Dominion: R Shepeard, |)roi)rietor of St. 
lames' r.iiliaol Mail, (1. M Smith iV Co., dry goods importers: jolm Starr Son A* ( !o (l.til.), 
eKctrical engineers and lontrac tors : !",. I!. Sutcliff, proprietor of .\letro|)ole Uuilding, and of 
i''orsyt!ie A- SiitelilTi : Wm. Taylor i*^' Co., Palace lioot and Shoe Store. 

The following are the ])rincipal hotels to stop at: Halifax Hotel, II. Hcsslein iV .Sons, 
proprietors: lielle \ ne Hotel, Win. Wilson, pro|)rietor (Hcdford): Anurican House, Mrs. M. 
llartigan, proprictir^s ; I'lelnmnt Hotel, Mrs. j. .McLean, pro|)rietress ; ('arlcton House, K. \V. 
I'lowis, proprietor; ('i'ntr;il llousi, .Miss A. M. Payson, projjrietress : I'^lmwood House, H. C. 
Prcedy, jMoprietor : Clohe Hotel, 1'^. MiDonald, proprietor: Hawtiiorne House, J. i). White, 
l)roprietor (.Margaret's I'ay Road) : Lake \'ie\v Hotel, V. Wyatt, proprietor (Margaret's l!ay Road) ; 
Lome Hotel, |. S Lomas, proprietor: The Revere, J. S. Priest, proprietor; River Side Hotel, 
Jno. Ahearn, prf)prietor (Margaret's Uay Road). 

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I'C' A. ISIoir, 

11 '11 <!v' Son), 

Hlack, sliip 

Kohiiison's 

iiiitDr of St. 

Co (Ltd.). 

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'in iV I^ons, 
c, Mrs. .\1. 
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)iisc, H. (!. 
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Manchester, Robertson & Allison 

FURNITURE WAREHOUSE: 

Market Square, St. John, N. B. 




Dry (ioods lintraiicc: 
Zl & 20 KINO STREET. 



Carpet and House rurnishinKs : 
30 61. VI GERMAIN STREET. 



Furniture Warerooms : 
13 & 15 MARKET SQUARE 



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M,\;.i-,i. 1 o(.ii.A!,i, 1- 1,1 .:, 1 . 
Tell I'liHirs (Ii'\ulc«| cNclllsiM'Iy In lllc (lis|»l;i\ (if l'"lil|iil mv nl'.-ill kilM|>. 
We iiivilc inspect idii ol'dtir iirciiii^o .iiid stuck. 

Manchester, Robertson \ Allison 



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ST. JOHN HARBOfi OF TO-DAY. 



S r. JOHN, N. H. 



Simiin.iis I'l i|iMl,itiiHi, iii,iil\ 50,000. Tin l,iii;i-.l and liiii st cilviii llu M.irilinir I'ln 

\ MM 1 . (il ( '.ilLlda I llr I lllrl |)U|| lhlii||,L;l\ wllicll ill Willie I I lie | iKullHi i il W CSli I 1 1 ( aiKU 1.1 ^< H' . 

\i\ 'Il .1111 >lu|i liMi s III ilic r.iilisli iiiaikil, A ;.4ir,il ■.iiniiiiii icsorl. cas)' id ,ii i i -^s, i r'ltral in poM 
li'Mi, Willi ' \i (Hi'Ml li(iii|., iiiiiualliil iiiniiiri ( liiii.ilc , and iiiilci I saiiil.iiv c niidiliciiis Tin 
lii'loiK 1 IV 111 ilir l.n\,ili.i. 111 17.S; I 111' l.iri;i^l rciilic 111 liinilitr in.iniilai liiii- .ind > \|i(iil in 
ill'' Inur. |iiii\ Hires. Ilii .lal ill iiilui ini|i(iitanl niaiiiitariiii iiiL! indii>liii> ,ind i i mmiiirial 
c nil I )iii^(s. An I nil I n.iliiiii.il I'.xliilnl n m liild anniialK llu- n.iiiii.il rriilir innii wlih li iniirisS 
''i.nii II mil 111 .ill |i,ii t ^ (il Ni u I'll nil -w ii k, \ii\,i Si uIm and I'liiui r.dw.iid r.l.ind lln .\ll.miii 
111 iniiHi. iif llu' ( 'anadian I'arilii K.iiKv.in, ilc, rlr. 



JrL I I I . ,iIm i\i .11111111.11 \ illdii ,lti . |i 1 ,1 line I Al. Ill lllr (1 alllli . lli.ll n 1,1k I- Si. Inllll, \. I'-,, ,1 111 il.llijc 

Nr < an. nil. in iil\. Silii.ilid ,il llu- nmiiili . ' ilic •j_\,-.\\ Si. lulin Kimt, ulm^i '_;i.iiii li 111 ,iiid 
ii-.niU .III' ,lll Inn llllli klliiWII In lIli Will 111. ,Mld nil llii -linhni llii |;,|\ iij I lllliK , 11 • lilli' liailinl 

-. ii|irn all I III' \ I .11 I nil lid, and il is I lii i i nl 1 1 n| .in iaIciisu c .md i \ i i u idt iiiiil; i i miiiiin i . it i-. 
Ill' .\li.nilir liiiiiinii . nl llu- unal ( '.in.idi.in I'.n ilii K.nlw.iv , .ind llm uiuli dial i mnni Imn li.is in 

111- l.l-t time N'rais liMpid mill |iinnillli m r a-, llh- i liul Wllllil |inil nl ( '.iii.ld.l. I 111 nllL;ll I llr 
.111. nil. in r.i> llii 'I li.i . iniiiiiiliiin with I'nilid Sl.ili , i.iilw.n . .iiid llimu.'li lln ! nli 1 1 nlnni.d, 



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Mancbster, Robertson h AlUson 

ST. J-OHIISr, IsT. B. 
TiiK LAiJ(;i:sT liisiMss iiorsi: in tiii-: mahitimI': pkomncios. 




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Dry (ioods lintrnncc: 
27 & 20 KING STREET, 



Cnrpct mid Mouse riirtiishiUKS 
30 <V. 41 GERMAIN STREET. 



I iirnitiirc NN'arcroonis : 
13 U \h MAHKI jqUARE 




I'KIN r> \Nli V VMIII'.KS 



KING STREET FFvDNT 

I, \i 1 ^ .111.1 I! \ M I'.i i;r ,-, I I; I \ U> .111.1 \ ,\ i.l'-i -. 

1. Mill -> iii.U llll.hKKN > IIM^II.KN' I.I NII.1.:.\II:N'> I 1.1 1 III'. 



cirrriiN* >iii:i I IN'.-' :iii.i r.iM \- i\iiii 



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11I..\NKI rs .111.1 iM II. |> 

iii<i.:ss Ml K-> 111.1 \i.:i.\i. r V 

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I- 1 Ks.lllil 1 I II I SI II I . M( 111 N I -- 



I. \ nil ■'■ \ MH \-\\\ \u \ \ , 1 II \nv i.i.\i;\ .\ Ml 1. Mil ; 



;il I II 1 I i iUI-\> W A'I'I U I'KI II II 



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KING STREET, ST. JOHN, N B 



llif ;j,n';il i;(iviTiiniciil railway of ( 'anada, witli ihr wliolc (■iimiuI Tiimk system and all its ron 
iiirimi; liin>. I!) sea it has tlii rri I ommiii\irati(>ii with llnsiitii and roitlaiul, London, I'jinlaiid ; 
llic \\ isl Indus, and in winln wiili |.is(i|iii(il, ( llasnow, hnMin, jitltast and .Mu'iiU'cn, with an 



iinal str.nui'i lioni ((iiilincnial p 



iits. .\nd lasl winlci 



In ^unnnii ihr tidf nl Ituiii-.t ti,i\cl sets toward St jdhn. 



Hcan iinsincss was only in its inl'amy. 
in aiMUialK LiiiMtri' \oiiinif, drawn hv 



tli.il \:i id |ili-.i-,uri 



It'. I hni.ilc, il-^ M-cnu altiai 'Ions, and Us |tro\nnity to otlu ; |iio\ mui.iI pla 
to tin tollli^t and s|)oitsni,in. 

.\|i.ni Iroin its own allia' lions lor thi' \isitors, .Si. John i- the iiatiii.d crnlif Iroin uhirh 
lonrist- lir.nii 1) oit to ,in\ or .ill |i,nts ol tin Mai it inn I'ion ini < ■,. ( )initlinu tin < \lii niit\ nl < '.i|n' 



ill l< III, llii'ic I . no III) 



ini ol mlticsi III New 111 



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II' l'.ih\.iii 



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dill it Imrs ol roiniiiiinualion, lli.il r.naioi hr ir.ichcd lioni Si. |ohii in-^nii o| iwiK. Iioiiis. 



lis ( I A I K \i I'O^i I lov. 



lor r\ain|ilt', I )alh()iisir and ( "ani|ilnliton mi tlii Kcstinoi 



11 Mr, aw 



■,\\ ii|i on ihi' •/i.i'hci lioidci', 



air Ir.H hrd in Irss til. Ml tell llonis: (il.ind I 



ill., on the Si joiin Kuii, ii|i iicir the iiohIktu 



Maine hoidir, ten hours : \ ainioiith, the i stnine \\i stein point of Nov.i Si oli.i, eiiihi hours ■ 
iiinoand llalil.ix, less tli.ni leii iioiiis. r.iid;.;ew.il''i .iiid 1 Miiiiiliini;, I'.ii I l)oio .nil! I'letou, less 
llum lwi;lve jjoiiis; ( 'haiioltflowii, !'. !'",. Island, lwil\.- lioin , .iml even Sydm \, at the extieinity 
ol ' "ape ISieloil, les, than eii;i»t»i ll hoiii 



ICWPAHMSHKn iH()(>. 



Manchester, RobeFtson & Allison, 



ST. JOHN, N. B 




Dry (iodd l;ntrancc 
Zn (a 2Q KINO STREET. 



Cnrpct nnd Mouse lui nishintts ; 
30 A6 41 GERMAIN STREET. 



riiriiitiii I* W ariTooms : 
13 Ai. in MARKET .SQUARE. 



Lii;i;M.MN Si 1:1 I I V\:> o; i . 



Viirpvls^ Oilrloths^ /jtHoh'tuits, (Uwhiins and 

Hi) ttsr FfU'H ish iitf/s. 



nanehester, Robertson & Allison. 



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I'nl llir^r Ml- llir loMi; ili'taiiii's Suct\ Ni'w i!nm->\Mi k jnniUs a^ Si Ai.dn'ws .iiul S|. 
M.ulm,. Ill) the r..iv (il I'iiiiiIn ; llic i->l.m(ls nl ('.laiid M.mmii .iikI ( ',un|iiiliillii , S|. Sii |ili. n, 
.i|i|i,r,i|.' ('.il.li->, \ic.. (Ill tlic Si. ('i(ii\; hicdiiicliin ami W ikkUi.h k. dii tlic Si, Jnlin Kivi i . 
^ii-,.i\, Mom lull, Sarksillr and Ainlurs', mi llic liilcKuliini.il K.iilw.n : ( li.itli.iiii and Ncwia-tl'-. 
■ HI ilir MiiaiiiK 111 l<li\n ; I'lalliiiisl, nn I'.av ( liali iii : ami <iili, i ii.iim^iii mti i.^i .nr uiilim iwn 
Id ivImiii', iidi'iij St. Iiiliii And. li\ iiKMii-- ol llir \.iii(Mi> 1 (iiiMi I lln^ lim .. nnind tii|i->i.in 
Im 111. id. ■ huiii Si. Iiiiiii lii.il Aill nil liidi many ni' liirsi- ihmim-. im a ^limi .ind iK li-liilui h.n 
I iiinin:', ai;.iin t«i Nnva Stntia. llir Uiwii cil l>i^l»y, tin- ^^ati vsas l<. di'- .\iiii.i|»ili-. \ allcv and I ii'd 
"I I'.v.ini^cliiif. i'- iiiily two liiMiis liy sti'aiiicr acntss llu- Hav "I lundv Imni Si juiin wliiU 
\nii.i|i.>li',, r.c.ii Kivrr, I'.iid^iiown, .Middlrinii, Kciilvill.', \\ ■ .li-. iiii' .\m\ W indMii, .m.i .«ili. i 
\si-ll knnwM plaii'-. in llu v.iIIcn ami aloiiij tin shnifs ol iIk' I'>i mi ni \lm;i', air k .1; luil limn "^l . 
|cilin, via l>i}iliv, in lliirc lu nnu' limir->. .\ 'nn- rmind tii|i 1- dial limn Si. |nli;i ai n«>:, inr \>.\\ 
M\A llirmij^li ihf valley liy llir 1 >Miiiiiiii(n .\ilaiilii- Railway In 1 1 ilitas .iml Im' I: in Si Jnlin li\ ili- 
intt K iiliinial Kailway, l»y wav nl riiin>, Amhcisl, Sai kvilU', M'-n. .i>ii .iitti Sii>m\. 

I hi; I 1 Ntii \i-i I M \ n i-'i 
I'll.' Sinn nil 1 \ 1 aim in llu M.inlinu- I'm-, im •■ - i-^ nilin- !• d m m.in\ iliiii^>, Iml ilii. ■ .ilijiris 
i|.i>' il In linn .Mill (--II. 1 iai liiiic. Ili diai' .In witiuss llu n iii.ii k ililr lul.il iilunnnn n.i dIIIu 
l'>a> ul liiiiu) ; '.o -.LV iIk luatjiiilii • nl Si. jnlm Ki\.i. ulin li Ki\. !'. I ii \\ ill l.tliiia,,' lia> 




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,1- Mili.'.l ,1. llir •• Khmr Ml Am.ii.M ■■ an.l lli.' " I „m i n\ i:\:iii;;.-liiic Willi Si. ].>\\n .1. ,1 

.. iiiir, 111.- 1.11111,1 i-. :il 111.' miiiilli ol 111.' Si. John Uu.T, willi il-> r.nii.ni-. " i.a, imM. I, ills : li. !■> 

II III.' sli.ii.' ..I 111. i;.iv ..I I'un.ly. \Mlli it'' ti.i.il n .• ,111. 1 I. ill <>\ --; I'-'-l m tli.- I1.11I1..1 ; ;iii<l ;i ^:nl 

• ■! Uv.i li.iin ., .i» 111.' jialaluil, <l\(lf liilill sl.'aiiK'i "I'liixv Kuji.il, t.ik-'. Imn .t. ro^^ tl>v l..i\ I.. 
|)i.'l.v. aUi'Iv h. hi. ill. Ii.\. ly .\ni»:i|i.ilis I'-.isin .a liis l>. I, aixi ili. \.(11.\, willi its i. i)..wi\.'.l 

• .1. li.iKJ., sli. 1. Iimu .iw.i\ 1.1 ill.' >li.ii. > III Miiias ll.r.m. iIilmi-Ii lli. \. 1 y li.'.iit ..I ill.' "I..1111I..1 
i .\.in;j,illli. . 

I'.ii !li, .. i.M-,.111 al.inc ill.' u.H inloiiii.'.l Limit, iiiak.- ^i |.,Iim lii , li.M.l.)iiail.M'>, an.' I'i'Mii 
',lial ji'.iiil jilaii ■ hi ■ ■ iimiii. 1 milm^. 

i \K'l\ M i Ki> ( 1 IM \ 1 1 . 

All' I all, whrii llir j;n'al lili.'^ air s\v>il.iiii>; imdii ihc liLi/. ol a iiiul Miiniiui ,iiii, the 
■ oinliiioii- »«.>>! lo li ■ il.-ii<'il ail' .-.lolnos a ;(i I omloii. I 10111 iliis ->lanil|i<.iiii, moi.' |.. rhaps 
iliaii any •*l*ir, Si. |..liii 1 - lli.' i.l<'.il i."-oii. h.iiin- luf iii.nuh- ol jiiK .in<l .\iii;ii'-l, iS,*., ihc 

1..J.I1, ,1 I ,1 i,t<i-,ti K 1 (an.l th.it oiiK on..) Iiy tli.' lli.i iiioiii. Ici, in tin.' M. i. oioloj^icil 

Ohsrivaloiy, al Si John, was Sj , llu' low. si, lulwicii ;.,?o a. in and .} p. 111. w.is 41J . Ihc 
liduial raii^;c l».l\sfi-ii lliosi' limns il'iriiin lliil |i.iioil was Iioih 53 I" '/ ,S . l''' ■i\*"''K'^" lni'if; 
lii'l^^"--n <i , ,1111170'. Such an o. < iiii.iik'.- as siin.liok.' 1. unknown in Si J.ilni : an.l < \t'ii on 
• l.iv wh. II 111. \^. .nil. I .11 ml. 11.11 poiiils in ilu- |iio\iin . r. i.to waiin '.'i jh il.rl omuI.ih, iln' ' > ity 



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THOMA;' I'. m.AlK'. MaiiaMv.'i-, 

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(AIM.I'/roN. ST. JOHN. N I;. 



RED AND GREY GRANITE, 



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And :ill Kinds of (U^inctcr.x Work rolisliiMl 
siiid llainnicr<Ml. 

JBQBTIli^A.TE:S jnURNISHED ON A.FF JJIO A.TION. 

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.,1111 1,,||,, (I ( ilii , I, mill I .ciutll, III illKlll'l, tu llli lil.lMIl- ,111(1 (lili:;lllllll ^llllllll' I < lilli;itc 111 Si. 

Iiiliii i. siiiiii liiiii;4 lli.it iiiu->l !»■ iA|Miiiiii <■(] III Ih' hilly ;i|i|iiiii, 111 il. \|i|.iii|r i-, ri,tuii d, llii; 

inlm iiillli' li.li k In llir illrck; .lllii 1 1 li , ill^li.lil III In-ill;^ Milllrtllill:^ illl|il\ III 111' illill'lill, 
liriiiliics ,1 |ili;lsUli-. liu- ■'Uli'lr' I 111 till' I Ii.IIIl:! Iirii'llir^ lil^t.lllll)' mlili--liil ill 111. i H ll'T 

Miiiiuiii(linj;>, .Mill ciiid In niius to liu- lull llic lu-.illli ^u mil; ;iiii1 ililiuliHiil i\|irii( mr ul a 

E^ Miiniiitr lulling iiiidir aliim-l uIimI rnniliiinu -. 
I \i>il(ii- ti' in.iiu suiimiii ir^Dit' I'lml tlni: jili.iMin' nKJIy ni.niril lis hium |iiil(i-., " iiiiliisli khi-. 

lilllc riiUci>, >iiiL;in' ;i-> tlicv tiiil." Niillici iiu)^'|tiitii. iim lil.u k liu . ili.lui li tin- ■.liiiiilui ul the 
t • . ' , , 

' MMlnl til M. jiiiin. 

riir sanit;iiy riiiKlitinii nl liu- • ilv i- rvri |iiiiiii.ill\ l.iMii.iMi In ^ 1 lii.ilili ILinIiil; an 

^/ /V|j|^ ,1, \,it,(l iiii^itioii liM- Ihr Miii>l |>.iil, it • -MW iii,i;i' ^>>l'iii h.i-. |n il. I I ili.iiiKi-r iiilii till- li.iiliiii, llic 

I nil 1.1 111 ti ill a ill! Iliiw III' uliiiM' liiii ■> II II HIM' all li.ii I'. 

riii'ic i^ 111) malaria, or any |il>>>i<i'l <l''l'ili'> .n i .iiiu; rmni un>.iiiil.ii\ ruiiililinn In lir IV.nrd. 
Tlh ic air .niiiiii liatiim;; fai iiilii '- mi liu- I'm\ Slim, , , Iiim' in ilu' < ily. 

II I-. I Ml; l( ( I IN -iii| K \ I l(i\s. 
Il til, \ j.,jl,,i 1,1 Si. Iiilin li ' a rili/ 11 111 till' I iiili'il Si.ilc .. Ill- I, III, ml II is ihai llii-. i ils u,is 
^ _,_Qjq' ' riiiiiiilid III till' ycai 17.S,;, al llic iln.i' nl liu .\llKI I'.ail Ri vnlulimi, li\ iilnr llurr lllnliailll 

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ENGLISH SAUSAGE SHOP Af MEAT STORE. 

f& PORK PRODUCTS, 
HAMS and BACON. 

(The Mild dired Kind.) 



OUR FAMOUS 

They Give GREAT 

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No One Else 

BALLOON 




Always Called For. 
SATISFACTION 
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186 Union Street, ST. JOHN, N. B. 



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UNION STREET, ST. JOHN, N. B. 

loyalists, whu picffncd tliis voliinlaiy and arduous exile tu llic acceptance of Republican ideas 
and the renunciation of llieir allegiance to the iMiglish throne ; and he is no doubt curious to 
learn how it has (ared with their descendants in the century and more that has since elapsed. In 
a small, shady s(iuare, in the heart of the city, lie Ihuls the graves of many (jf the pioneers, the 
cruiuhling slabs bearing the ijuaint inscription of a century ago. .\nd whoever the visitor may 
be, he will remember that, linked with the discovery and earliest history of this spot, the names of 
('haniplain, I, a Tour and other adventurous I'Veiichnien lend U) the annals of that [)eriod (the 
first iialf of the seventeenth century) the charm of daring achievement and old world romance. 

liKAUril'UL von SITUATION. 

St. John is not "a city set upon an hill," but rests upon and on the slopes or at the base of 
several. The principal business portion rests upon a small but high peninsula, having the harlior 
on one side and the narrow Courtenay Hay on the other. .Across the harbor is St. John 
\Vest, lying at the foot and along the slope of ('arleton Heights, (|uite a lofty elevation running 
parallel with the peninsula referred to. Nearest the west side the riv<:r enters the harbor. What 
's termed the North ImkI of the city extends along the head of the harbor, and but for the river 
would unite the east and west sides : it also branches off and runs back irregularly to the shore of 
the river, where the latter broadens into a beautiful basin above the falls and bridges. Behind 
and overlooking the North End are the highest elevations about the city, Fort Howe and Mount 

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32 King Street, St. John, N. B. 



piioTooEAPiiic suinM.ij^:s. 




CAMERAS, 

All lli;ik''s oi" rii()tom';i])liii' 
( 'aiiici'.is jiiid Supplies. 



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PLATES, 
CHEMICALS, 



IIKAIHilAliTKL'S FOK 

KODAKS 

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Kodak Developing and Printing a Speciality. 

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Pure Clieinieals of all kinds 



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Pleasant. Tlie irregular and rugged conformation of the land lias caused die city to be spread 
over a considerable area, in an irregular manner. l''rom the hjfty heights unrivalled views are 
obtained, embracing the city, the harbor witli Partridge Island at its mouth, the May of Fundy, 
and a long stretch of coastline : and, inland, the fu'lds am! woods, iiill and valley, river glimpses 
and charming nooks, uniting in one grand |)anorama of pictures([ue beauty. On very clear days, 
the coast of Nova .Scotia is visible from St. lohn. 

IN IIIK ( ITV IISK.LK 

Apart from other considerations, the city itself lias notable features of interest. 'I'lie visitor 
will find pleasure in noting the clean strcils, asphalt sidewalks, handsome business blocks, wonder- 
fully attractive stores, the electric street railway, the great electric light ami power station, with its 
circular chimney 175 feet high : the splendidly (jrgani/ed lire department, the exhibition buildings 
pulilic institutions, handsome churches and sciiool houses, the neat and commodious Oiiera 
House, the factories, the great lumber mills, the hari)or and shipping, and other features of a 
])rogressive city. 

'I'herc are no large si|uares, but several small ones are kept very beautiful by the efforts of 
the Hortii-ultuial .\ssociation, aided by an annual grant from the city ; and on the benches under 
the trees, smrounded by beds of beautiful llowers, hjiweeii liie various walks, the air filled with 
delicate Iragiaiice, the visitor may lind both re^^l ana pleasure. 

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CDRRIE BnSINESS UNIVERSITY. 



ST. JOHN. N. B. 




Ill-: iilM)vc riiivcisitv is loc.iicd al P.KI{i:\'.MAN'S HALL. i\m\vv 

nf CILMM.OTTK .111(1 I'lMNCKSS STL'KLTS. and is tlir laruvst 

Institution of its kind in Canada. Its location is ct'iitral, and tlic 

cntii'c building al)o\(' tjic ground tlooi-, coMTiiin a floor area of niori' tliaii 

nine tlion.sand I'cct. is cxcliisivcly o('cii|>i('d hy tliis Scliool. 

The laiildinn i>^ lighted on tlircc sides liy rorty-tlircc windows, and is 
)tro\id('d with s('|)aiat(' cloak rooms and laxatoi-ics for ladies and yvntleineii. 



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Sinaking for a inoiiiciU of llif iiulusliial life of the city, thciv arc cotton mills, rolling mills, 
iron and l)rass foundries, wood \vt)iking factories, hisi nit factories, confectionery works, hriish and 
l)room fai'tories, slioe factory, tannery, nail factories, saw factories, axe factories, wire fence works, 
I orn mills, lead and i)aint works, engine and boiler works, machine slu)i)s, breweries, sua[) lactones, 
pork packing establishments, fiirnitme factories, several fish-packing houses and various other Indus 
tries besides lumber mills. 

That St |ohn was swept by a fearful fire in 1.S77, need only be mentioned here to make the 
point that from the ashes rose a city of modern aspect, the okl wooden houses benig rei)laced by 
handsomt' blocks of brick and stone. 

■niK I,r\lllKR INIU'SIRW 

.\t the head of t!ic harboi- and scattered along tlu; river a mile or tw(j above' U'.v harbor are 
over a do/en large saw mills, most of them owned by .\nieiican citi/.ens. 'IMiese mills cut over 

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Copperplate and 



Lithographic Printers. 



stencil Plates, 
Notarial and Company 
Seals a Specialty. 



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150,000,00(1 fcrt of lumber eacli year. The logs are lloated down the St. John River, some 
of ihi'in from tlie State of Maine and some from (^)uebec iirovince, as well as from New 
liiunswirk, for the head waters of the St. jolm reach \\\\ into both Maine and (^)uel)er. In 
addition to the cut of these mills, nearly as much more luml»er comes in liy rail, or in scliooners 
from l!ay of h'uncly |)orts ; so that the total ijuantity of lund)er annually shi|)])ed from St. jolm 
sometimes reaches 300,000,000 feet It ;j;oes in schooners to United States ports, the West Indies 
and South America, or in steamships and large sailing vessels to JJritish and continental ports 
with occasional cargoes to Australia and SouUi Africa. 'i"he harbor therefore always presents a 
busy api)earance in summer, for besides tlu; steamers plying to various [jorts, and llie numerous 
coasting schooners going to and from the Uay of Fundy [)orts, there are always steamships and 
sailing craft taking cargoes of luml)er. IJesides numcrou; coasting schooncTS and fishing craft, 
then '6 small steamers [)lying to the \arious near-by [)orts, while barges and scliooners are 
continually arriving with coal from the Nova Scotia mines. 'I'liere is a daily steamer service to 
I'.oston by the I. S. S. (]o. (in summer), a fortnightly service to London, England and monthly to 
tlie West Indies and Demerara. St. John is llierefore an important seaport, and its citizens have 
a good deal of money invested in shipjiing. They have in the last few years sold many of their 
wooden ships and and are now investing in steamshi])s. A large one was launched on the Clyde, 
in 1896, for St. lohn owners, and two more are building. These are large modern freight steamers 
for ocean trade. 

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In fornKT years, from tin- time of the dosing of the Si. Lawrence in the fall until it o])ene(l 
attain l(» navigation, llie prodncts of Western (';ina(la destined for IJritisli ports wen- shipped from 
L'nited States ports, chielly from Portland, Maine. As so(»n as tiie extension of tiu' Canadian 
I'aiifie Railway to St. John was ta'ked (»f, the citizens felt tliat their great dteani of tiieir port 
lu'coiiiing the chief winter port of Canada was about to lie realized With a fine iiarlior, having 
a most t'liviahle record as a safe one to enter, and neviT ohstriicted l»y ice, they felt that the 
trallic should be divt'rted from foreign ports in their direction. .Afttr the great railway was com- 
pitted the city cf)ntribuled lavishly to give the company access to the harbor front, and also to 
assist in the construction of a grain elevator and to provide belter wharf accommodation. It was 
not, however, until tlu' winter of 1X95 96, after the city had expended well up to half a million 
dollars, that the trade began to flow in their direction. .After earnest and determined i)ressure the 
lederal governi.ient granted a subsidy to the iieaver Line of steamers to Liverpool, and increased 
the subsidy to lire l'"urness I.ine, on the London route. The Donaldson Line, running to Glas- 
gow, come without any subsidy. Satisfactory rates weie arranged between the steamers and the 
railway, and during that winter twenty-six cargoes were sent forward from the Canadian I'acific 
terminus to I'.ritish poits. j-'or the winter of 1 896-7 more satisfactory terms were arranged, and 
in addition to the three lines named the He.ad Line arranged sailings to Dublin and l!elfa^l, while 

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Second=Hand Carriages % Sleighs 

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REPAIRING 



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115 to 129 City Road, ST. JOHN, N. B. 



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one steamer loaded for Aberdeen. In all, forty-seven cargoes went forward, and as some of the 
steamers were of larger tonnage, there was an increase of about fifty per cent over the business of 
the previous winter. Among tiie produce shipped was a large ([uantity of flour, bran, grain, meats 
and some other goods from Minneapolis and ("hicago, which illustrates the far-reaching character 
of the new business of the port. Meanwhile the city is ex[)ending further large sums in the exten- 
sion of wharf facilities, and is pressing vigorously upon the (!!anadian government the claim that 
as this is in a sense a national work, and in the interest of the trade of all Canada, therefore the 
work of further improvement of the harbor should be assisted by the government, in conjunction 
with the great railway whi>se interests are identical with those of the port that is its eastern termi- 
nus. The Canadian Pacific Railway Company have lately sent a special agent to the West India 

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UNGAR'S STEAM 

NO POSSIBLE DESTRUCTION 
TO YOUR LINEN. 

Annihilatop Mangle 



Vour Work is Done 
on Our 



The IjSirirest In the World. 



Capacity 'ir>AHH) IMeces a Day. 



W K arc ('oiivinccd llijit tlici-c can he no |H»ssil>l(' 
(lest ruction to Linen, when this niacliinc is used, and so 
will yon, al'tcr ^ivinu' ns a trial. Tins inacliinc cost twice 
as mncli as any other .nid yon ask why have it ( We 
answer because lirst, it do(>s twice the work ; second, it 
turns out the LI NUN Ix'ttei' and faster and saves yon 
nionc^, lots of it, as your cloth(>s are not desti'oyed. Kor 
ourselves it doubles our outi)ut, and we liave the satisfac 
ti()n of tni-niii!'' out cvervthin!>' in the hesr of stvic. 

We can j^ive you any (Jloss you <lesire on Sill UTS 

and COLLAWS High, Domestic or Semi-Domestic, 



Hosiery Darned, Neckbands lleplaced on Slilrts, and all necessary 

Kepairs made Ireo of Charifc. 



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Phone 58. ST. JOHN, N. B 



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Islands, and liavu airaii!j;ud with I'ickfoid iV: lilack's line of steamers for a joint freight tarriff, 
placing St. John on an eciuality with United Stales ports in the matter of sending Canadian pro- 
ducts to the islands. This will result in a largely increased trade in that direction, all the year 
round, 'i'hus, while St. John is so situated as to be the chief distributing centre for the trade of 
the provinces : and is also, owing to its |)r().\imity to iron, coal and lime dei)osits admirably situ- 
ated to becon\e the centre of great manufacturing enter|)rises, it is every year growing in im[)ortancij 
as a port for the handling of through trade, to and from the west. The following table of distances 
will be found of interest in this connection : 



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Miles. 



Amherst, I. C. R . 1 38 

Annapolis, 1). A. R 58 

All)ert, I. C. R. and ^. S: U 121 

Bangor, rail . 204 

Bathurst, I. C. R 211 

Bridgetown, I ). A. R 79 

BciSton, rail 450 

Boston, I. .Steamers 350 

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Chicago, C. I'. R 

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l''icdL'iiut(Jii, (.'. V. R 

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C.rand Falls, C 1'. R 

Hamilton, C !' R 

Halifax, 1. C R 

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Moncton, I. C. R ^9 3 4o 

Montreal, C. 1'. R 4''^ ' ' 8 oo 

Moiitrcal, I. C. R 75° 2455 

Newcastle, I. C. R 1 f'7 5 4° 

New York, rail f'To 24 00 

New (^.lasgow, I. C R 258 1045 

Ottawa, C. P R ^'o ' ^ > 34 

I'ortland, Stnir 24S 20 00 

Portland, rail 34^ ' 1 00 

Pirtou, I. C. R 261; I 

()iiebec, I. C. R S'^° ^ 



St. Sleplicii, Shore I ,ine 82 

St. Sle[)lien, C. P. R .' . . . . 117 

St Andrews, C. P. R 1 26 



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ST. JOHN, N. B, 



SCHOOL IJOOKS 



^ We jii'c I'lildislu'i's, liii|K>rl(M's jiiid 

^-' 1 )('al('rs in all kinds of tlic Scliool 
l)0(»ks used in New IJrunswick. 



Ur^l IM/ \T Oil ^P1>T ! ITQ inclndinu' Mans, (ilol.cs. Kx 

Tcncils, Pens, and all kinds of Stationcrv. 

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make to order Sjuuial PattciMis as I'cciiiircd, 
unarantccin^' Hi'st class material an<l worknianslii|». 

1^1^ I ^^Pl^r^ Special care is uiven to tins Depaitnient in order 
^^*-^^ * I 1 1 V K . 1^,, fully meet tlie re(|uirenients of all classes of 
Printing' for l*rofessionaI, Mercantile and Social purposes. 



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iy\ /\ 71\ iJl J.1 I / I 1> \:K» 1;,,.^. (|iiinitities, we also bind in tlie f 

best manner Law l>ooks, .Magazines. Medical Works, and, 
in fact, all kinds of books and in all styles. 

M I SC E IJ.AN EO US BOOKS. 

Having a well organized l>ook Department, we are fully 
informed as to books, inclndinu those about to be j)ublislied. 
and can promptly ^ct any book which may be re(|uired. 



CoiTespoi]clence Solicited and Promptly y^i]swered. 



J. &. A. McMillan, 



ST. JOHN, N. B. 



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Sydney, 1. C. R 42-'^ '7 45 884 

Truro, I. C. R 215 9 25 5 02 

'I'oroiito, ('. I'. R 825 30 30 20 00 

Vancouver, C^. 1*. R 33S7 iGH 00 78 00 

Xictoria, C. P. R 3571 1 70 00 78 00 

Woodstock, C. r R 135 6 00 3 60 

\Vinni|)cL;, C. I'. R 1905 84 00 5055 

Windsor, via l>igby 1 34 9 00 4 00 

Varnioutii, via I )igl)y 92 8 00 3 30 

WuniouUi, Slcanier 90 1 o 00 2 50 

IMK lAI.I.S ANIi liKIDdlCS. 

The singular tidal i)lienonienon, known as the "reversible falls," is a feature of great interest 
to all who visit St. John. The St. John River is about 450 miles long, and has many tributaries 
several e.\[)anding into large lakes. Less than a mile above the head of the harl)or, tiie river after 
widening into a broad and beautiful basin, suddenly narrows and pours its waters into the harbor 
througli a high wailed gorge, which in one i)lace is less than 500 feet in widtli. At the very head 
of the gorge are the falls. When the tide is at low ebb in the harbor, there is a fall of 15 feet in 
that direction. When the tide is at flood, it rises higher in the gorge than the level of the basin 
above, and there is a fall toward the basin. When it is lialf tide, the surface is smooth, and 
vessels go up and down in safety. At low or flood tide they cannot, and death is the fate of any 
boatman caught by the current and carried into the whirling waters. 



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Telephone 522. 

Office : No. 5 MILL STREET. 



WHITE'S 
Baggage and 
Parcel 
Express Co., 

ST. JOHN, N. B. 



I''iirnituri' Movin;^, IJanL^M^c 'rraiisft'i*rin|Li; ;iiul all kinds n| 'riuc-kini^. 
("looils 'rransfcrrcd and Kcshippcd lo Slcamrrs or Trains. 
A Team will he in Attendance; on Arri\al ol All Steamers, 
( )r^L(an and I'iano Mo\ing a S|)c:cially. 



H. C. 



MANAGER. 



J. D. TURNER, 



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DEALER IN 



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OYSTERS AND FRESH FISH 



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W lIOlJiSALK AM) KKTAII. 



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North Side King Square, 



ST. JOHN, N. B. . 



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VIEW IN ROCKWOOD PARK. SHOWING LILY LAKE. ST. JOHN. N. B. 



The t^orjrc hclow the falls is siianiicd by a suspension tratTic bridf^e, witli a span of 640 feet, 
and 70 ffti ai)()vc llic liighest tide : and by a lantilcvcr railway i)ridgt', witii a span of 477 feet. A 
remarkably [)ictuiesi[ue view is obtained from tlie Suspension IJiidge. Tiie harbor and the south 
and west sides of the city, a glimpse of tiie bay and the shore eastward are below; above is the 
beautiful basin, walled by lofty hills, with numerous large saw mills on its shores and river craft on 
its surface, while schooners loading hmiber for United States ports lie at the wharves beside the 
mills ; and crowning tiie lieiglu to tile left is the [)retty sulnirb of Kairville. Away on the 
riglit tile city stretciies down to the sliore of this basin, at what is called Indiantown, where there 
are wharves and warehouses, and where the river and lake steamers and sailing craft have their 
landings. Right at the end of tlit- Sus[)eiision liridge, on a lofty height, with a charming location 
and outlook, are the shady grcnuids and i)uil(lings of the Provincial i^unatic Asylum. 

run I'ur.Lic takk. 

JuFt behind Mount Pleasant, shut off completely from view of the city, l)ut within five 
minutes walk of one portion of it, a lovely little sheet of water named Lily Lake, nestles among 
the hills. It would scarcely be [lossible to imagine a more cliarming site for a i)ublic park than the 
picturesijue surroundings of this lovely lake. Nature has been unusually lavish in scattering her 
cliarms, and until within a year or two the place had remained in a wilderness state. But the St. 
John Horticultural Association was organized, secured over two hundred acres of land around the 
lake, and proceeded to make it a public park. Aided by public generosity and an annual 

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5CH0FIELD BROS., 

Nos. 1, 3 &, 5 MARKET SQUARE, 

St. John, N P>. 



/i/.\M'h\\crri!i-:i:s .\(;h:.\rs. ii7/o/./>.i i.e 

DHM.HUS AM) FiillKIHS I M I'dHli: US o/' 



PAPER, 



\Va I'c , P' il ) PC \V« I re , 
Matches, Kte. 



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OXJR .A.C3-EI1TCIES 

The E. I?. Edjly Co., Kollaiul Paper (5o., 

Jordan Taper Co,, Kitcliie & liaiiisay, 

Durable C'lnipositioii Co., Joseph For«l & Co.. 

Gardner Ejjfg Carriers. 



Tlir Coati'd I'apci" in this hook was iiiach' hy Messrs. 
Kitchii' tSj Kain.sav. Toronto. Onl. 



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LILY LAKE, ROCKWOOD PARK, ST. JOHN, N. B. 

civic ^rant they have roinplctid a cliarminy cairia^i; drive atoiiiul the lake, and made other Im 
provements. 'I'hi' projjorty iiichides at one side wliat weri' oiic ihe grounds ni ,i palatial prisate 
residence, with hits of lawn, yreat shade trees and drives ihrou^^h groves of evergreen. 'I'here are 
hoats on the lake, and a few deer, swans, j)heasants, rahhits and other animals have hieii secured, 
to form the heginning of a zoological collection While this paik is, compaiatively --peaking, still 
hut a wilderness, it is 'leing made more attractive every year, and on a fine summer Sunday thou 
sands of citi/i'iis are be found there. It is expectnl that the Siieel Kaihvay ( 'onipany will extend 
their line all the way to tlie park during the present summer. 

iiii; ii.w siiOKi;. 
louring summer a line of v(;hicles runs from the city to what is called Duck ( ]ove, on the 
shore of the hay, just beyond the west end of the city. 'The |)lace is growing in po|)ularily every 
year with dwellers in summer cottages, and with all N\ho love a stro'l on a line bracli within sight 
and sound of old ocean. It is a favorite resort for small i)icnic parlies, and also offers excellent 
facilities for bathing. 

In exactly the opposite diretlion from the city, there is a very delightful drive around the 
head of Courtenay P>ay and down along the shore to \<c(.\ Hiad and .\Iis])ec. When the tide is 
rolling in with a fresh breeze the view along this shoii' i.-. |)articularly fine. The indescribable 
fascination of the sea weaves its wonderful spell on the beholder and urges him to linger in 
its embrace. 

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W. A. STEWART, 






IMI'OKTIIU, WHDI.KSAM': ANM>... 

Ki'Vi'An. iH':ai,1';r in 



Kine Havana and 
Domestic Cigars, 

\\\n\\l IMI'KS, Tor.ACCOMSTS' srM)Kli:S, IvK., IvK 



45 CHARLOTTE STREET, 



CITY JMARKET BUILDING, 



ST. JOHN, N. B. 



irZ/EN YOU VISIT ST. JOHN DO NOT FORGET 
TO GIVE AfE A CALL. 



P. FITZPATRIOK 

Funeral 
Director 




AND 



98 & 100 Waterloo Street, 



Embalmer. 



St. John, N. B. 



Metallic, 1a(>s(>\v(mk1, French I'mrl and (Motli CovcihmI 

Caskets and Collins always in stock. <- 



OPEN EVERY HOUR IN THE YEAR. 



TELEPHONE 554. 



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LILY LAKE. ROCKWOOD PARK. SHOWING COVE. ST. JOHN. N. B. 



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HONE 554. 



INLAND PI.ACKS. 

Rut there are otlier charms. A drive of some ten miles over smooth roads inland brings the 
visitor to l.oeli l-omond, a fine large sheet of water with an excellent hotel (Hen l.oniond House) 
on liie sliore and good boating and fishing privileges. Several fishing clubs have small club houses 
near this lake. It is not a great fishing resort, but yields considerable s[)ort, and hns lately iVeen 
stocked for future sup[>ly IJut the lake is beautiful, and the drive to its shores is a pleasing one 
through a picturestpie country. This is one of the favorite runs for wheelmen from the city. 

If any i)lace more than another in the near vicinity of St. John justified a lavish use of super- 
latives, that i)lace would be Rothesay, nine miles out, and reached either i)y carriage or at almost 
any hour of the day by trains of the Iiitercolonial Railway. Tiiere are more beautiful summer 
residences at Rothesay than anywhere else near St. John. It lies on the shore of what is perha{)s 
the most attractive stretch of the Kennebeccasis River, a tributary of the St. John, of great width 
at this i)oint, and famous, years ago, as the course over which were rowed races for the world's 
chanipionshi]), in the days when a St. John crew won and held that honor. The old race course 
is just below Rothesay Resides the family homes at Rothesay, cjuite a large number of young 
gentlemen have little summer cottages of their own by the shore. Small yachts and sailing craft 
are largely in evidence, tlie magnificent sheet of water affording unrivalled facilities for pleasure 
afloat. The drives and walks about Rothesay are very attractive. There are three private 

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SEE CUT OF PREMISES OPPOSITE. 



StutioiiJiry Boilers. 
Marine Boilers, 
Stacks, Tanks and Sluices, 
Boiler Trusst^s, Iron Root's, 
I'atent Furnace Castiiiji^s, 
Grates and Hoppers, 
Shaltin;?, (Turned and Drawn) 
Boxes, Uanji^ers and Couplinj>:s, 
(Jears, Frictions and Pulleys, 
Chain Conveyors, 
Wire Rope Conveyors, 
Spi'ocket Wheels, 
Ijinie Kiln Castings, 
Coopers' Barrel Heaters, 
Journal Brasses. 
Forjjfinjfs, Etc., Etc. 



Saw Mill Eng^ines, 

Marine Engines, 

Propeller Wheels, 

Surface, Jet and Keel Condensers, 

Saw Mill Gangs, 

Kotary Feeds tor Gangs, 

Patent Haulups, 

Live KoU Log Decks, 

Steam & Friction Jumping Saws, 

Live Runs, Rotary Mills. 

Ii»glit, Heavy and Nediiiiii Gang Edgers, 

Lath Mills, Bolters and Trimmers 

Saw Grinders, 

Saw Arbors. 

Swing Saw Arbors and Castings, 

Slab Re-sawing Machines, Etc. Etc 



WARING, WHITE & CO., Engineer. 



Corroapondenco Solicited. 



Deep V^atep Teptninus of I. C. Railway, 

Lower Cove, ST. JOHN, N. B. 



CAMPBELL BROTHERS, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Carriage Springs and Axles, 

Also AXES, EDGE TOOLS, Etc. 

forks: 18 & 20 Smythe Street, St, Jolm,N.B. 



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We Guarantee our 
Hand-Made J^XES 

to stand in FROSTY Weather 
better than any other 
make. 

Try SAMPLE LOT and you will 
use no other make. 

\Vritc for I'ricx's and Catalogues. 
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ilciisers, 



ig Saws, 

Igers, 
ri miners 



Hastings, 
Etc. Etc 

neers. 



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ONE PRICE CLOTHING STORE. 



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202— Union Street— 202 



J. CULLINAN & SON, 



Men's Suits .t:5.:U to \\M) 

liovs' Suits l.<)4 " 7.40 

Juveniles' Suits, SO " lMO 

Men's Working l\inls OS " ±4:^ 

M(>n's Dress r*ants IMJ.') " 4.():) 

lioys' Short Pants, I'O " .OS 

(7/»e 0/ //re Largest Stocks in the City to Select from. Plain Figures and One Price. 
IKATS, CAPS AM> C;KNT'S FUKNISHINGS. 



J. CULLINAN & SON, 



202— UNION STREET 202 



KTSIGN OF THE GOLDEN FAUCET. ^=i 

G. & E. BLAKE, 



Plumbers, Qa5= Fitters 



and 



General Jobbers, - 
Hot Water Heating. "^ 



MASONIC TEMPLE. 



96 GERMAIN STREET. 



Agents for CUiincy Hot Water Heater. Dealers in Water and das Fittings. 
Agent for Mitclicll, \'ance & Go's Gas Fixtures. 






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BALL'S LAKE. ST. JOHN COUNT/, N. B. 

academics of provincial fame in the ])Iace. An admirably eciuipped hotel is situated close beside 
the railway station. A carriage drive from tlie city to Rothesay takes tlie visitor through very 
i;retty and in places exceedingly i)ictures(iue scenery : and for some miles along the shore of the 
river, which here has the breadth anil dimensions of a great lake. No visitor goes to Rothesay in 
summer without experiencing the keenest pleasure, and a desire to remain to the full limit of the 
time at his disposal. 

There is still another [)leasure resort within easy reach of the city. Westfield, some twelve 
miles out, is on the main St. John River, and also on the line of the Canadian Pacific Railway. The 
place has many summer visitors and (juite a number of .St. John people spend the sunniier there, 
being able here, as at Rothesay, to go to and from their business by train. The broad, majestic 
river is at its feet ; the oi)[)osite shores present varied and beautiful scenery, and the country 
round about it abounding in lovely fields, pleasant groves and stretches of woodland. These 
combined make Westfield an ideal summer home. There is a hotel at the place, where visitors 
find good acconunodation. 

A pleasant short trip from St. John is that to Miliedgeville and Hayswater. A line of busses 
runs from Main street, corner of Adelaide Road, North ImkI, to Miliedgeville, where the club 
house of the St. lohn Yacht Club is located. I'Vom Miliedgeville a ferry steamer runs across the 
Kennebeccasis Hay to Hayswater, a very charming trip, showing glim|)ses at one point of the main 
St. John River, and continually unfolding a rarely picturescjue and varied panorama of scenic beauty. 

The St. John Rural Cemetery, a mile or so out of town, on high ground overlooking a pretty 
valley, is a very beautiful City of the Dead. 'I'he cemetery company have cut no more tiirn was 
necessary of the towering evergreens that covered tiie ground, and there is therefore a shady cool- 

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ST. JOHN BUSINESS COLLEGE. 




ESl'ABLISMED IctJT. 

ALMOST KVKIJV LKAI)IX(J POSITION 
IN ST. -lOlIN IS IIKJJ) IJV ori{ 
(IK'ADrATKS 



CIWCLJI.ARS 



Sliowing: Terms, Business Course of Study, 
and of the Isaac Pitman Shorthand, 
mailed to any address. 



NO VACATIONS. 

STUDENTS CAN ENTER AT ANY TIME. 



S. KERR & SON. 



. Mri,Ar(;iiLiN ('AiM{iA(;i:s auk (jood cAinnAciKs. 

ASK ANY MAN WHO OWNS ONK. 



ONE GRADE ONLY AND THAT THE BEST. 



Mclaughlin 
carriage 

COMPANY, 



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'n^^^MSt^ 







EstaUished 



10,000 

Rigs 

ADDually. 



St. John, N. B. - - - Oshawa, Ont. 
ManuCaeturcrH of High Gnidc Yeliicles only, of all kinds. 



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iStablisIied 
1867. 



0,000 

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kinds. 



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IKE TREADWELL, THE FAMOUS FISHERMAN AND GUIDE OF 
LOCH LOMOND. N. B.. AND VICINITY. 

iitss ill tlie well kept walks. The place is well cared for and every attention is given to make it 
])leasing to the eye. A line of vehicles is running at all hours of the day between King Sijiiare in 
the city and the main gate of the cemetery. It is i)roposed to give to the ])lace the name I'ern 
Hill, which would be singularly appropriate, for ferns grow there in great beauty, and one may 
gather, in one section, a complete collection of all varieties of ferns to be found in the neighboring 
country. 

A Tkll' TO H.\MI'TON. 

A pretty little steamer runs on the Kennebeccasis, between St. John and Hampton. The 
latter place, which is also on the line of the Intercolonial Railway, is the shiretown of Kings 
County, and (|uite a number of St. John people have summer houses here. It is only 22 miles 
out of the city. The trip from St. John by .steamer is a favorite excursion, and is one that no 
summer visitor should miss. Starting from the wharf at Indiantown, the steamer runs u])the main 
St. John, under the shadow of the frownmg cliffs, which there abound, turns into the broad 
Kennebeccasis J5ay, [)asses the famous boat-racing course, the villages of Rothesay and Clifton, 
smiling across at each other from either side of the broad water ; passes pretty islands and 
wooded shores ; finds the stream gradually narrowing, and presently steams along with an often 
winding course through a lovely valley of rich farm lands, guarded by lofty, wooded heights. 
There is a gradual transition from rugged and im[)osing grandeur to (juiet pastoral beauty, and the 
extremely pretty surroundings of Hampton make it a fitting terminus of such a journey. 

ACUOSS Till. l!AV. 

'i'he voyage across the Bay of Kundy, from St. John to Digby, formerly taking three to four 
hours, has been reduced to two hours by the Clyde-built steamer Prince Rupert. This long, low- 
lying, and elegantly eijuipped steamer reminds one of those crossing the English Channel, 'i'here 
is no more finely equipped craft in provincial waters. The trip across the bay and back is a very 

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RL'sidt'iicc over W'aicroonis Tklki'Moni, 222. Day or Nit;lit 

If f/^^' All furnisliiiin;s rci|iiirrd constantly on liand Special i'rici's for (Poultry Orders. 



HARNESS 



^ FINMk 




HARNESS 



A Full stock Made of the Best Materials. 



■ A-XiSO- 



HORSE COLLARS 



of a Superior Make and Quality. 



MANUFACTURER OF 



THE HKST VALUK IN TlIK CITV. 



T. FIN LAY, 



36 KING SQUARE, 



NoPth Side. 



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Orders. 







MINISTER'S FACE. LOCH LOMOND. N. B. 



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als. 

d Quality. 



SQUARE, 



Side. 



popular one with excursion parties, and in fact with everyl)ody who likes the sea — with the ac- 
com[)animenls of luxurious ac:conimodation and fast time en route. 

I'Vom niii;!))' the traveller can go, by rail, to Annapolis, or Yarmouth to Halifax; or from 
Middleton [unction to I>ridgowater and Lunenburg - in fact all Nova Scotia is traversed by 
connecting lines. In sailing out of St. John iiarbor the traveller gets a magnificent view and 
is also strongly impressed by the appioach through the narrow channel to Digby and the broad 
far stretching and beautiful basin that so unexpectedly opens u[) to the vision. 

OTHKR NEAR-r.V PI.ACKS. 

St Ste[)hen, N. 15. and Calais, Me., separated by the St. Croix River, may be reached by 
three different routes from St. John. The traveller may go by the Canadian Pacific Railway or by 
the Shore I-ine Railway, or he may take the steamer to (Irand ^^anan or Eastport and tlience 
sail u|) the Passamacjuoddy Bay and the St. Croix. St. .\ndrews, on the above named bay, where 
the famous Algon(|nin and other summer hotels are situated, may be included in this round trip, 
or the visitor may also go to St. Andrews direct by rail from St. John. 

l!y taking the train to Hampton, on the I. C. R . and there taking the Central Railwa)' train, 
the tourist arrives at St Marlins, on the Pay of Fundy shore, and a summer resort of very great 
beauty, within only a few hours of St. John, with wiiich it is also connected by a stage line. 



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Hamm's Livery Stable 



B. XSAXyZM, 



- Propri©"fcor. 




PaKicvilar Attchtlorv to Boarclll^g aKc) 5ale of Hor,sc^. 

HACKS AT AliL TIIAINS AND STEAMKIiS. 



Telephone No. 11. 



K34: to 144 TJiiioii Sti-cct. 

ST. JOHN, N B 



Stt 



A. CHRISTIE WOOD WORKING CO. 



.,'f£'""'>te 




^^'»*tA\in ii 



FINK 

STORE FITTINGS 

In Whitewood, Oak, 
Cherry, &c. 

and put up Fixtures in 
any part ol" the Prov- 
inces. 



A Few ot the Leading: Stores and Offices Fitted up by us : 

Macaulay Bros, i^- Co., dray's Hook Sloru, D. Mague's Sons, Cust(»m Housl', 
Gorhell's Art Store C. H. Fairweather's Drug Store, St John : Saekville I'ost 
Office, Fairweather's Drug Store, Sussex 

DOORS, SASHES, MOULDINGS AND TURNED WORK. 



A CHRISTIE WOOD WORKING CO., 



Sr. JOHN, N. B. 



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SCENE ON LOCH LOMOND. N. B. 



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CO. 



TINGS 

d, Oak, 

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tctiin's ill 
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ousc, 
Post 



OKK. 

[N, N. B. 







THE THOROUGHFARE. LOCH LOMO^D, N B. 



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James Klliott, 

Ship and Anchor Smith, 

33 & 35 NELSON STREET, 

G»i3*^j?35s- St. John, N. B. 




444444»»»C^»» 



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Net and Trawl Anchors, 

Dip Net Bows and Gaff Hooks. 



ALWAYS ON HANI). 

HOUSE IRON WORK AND GENERAL JOBBING. 



FISHERMEN S ANCHORS 



-J^ srEci-A.x,T-y.- 

fiSv' Ai I Okhkk-- Promi'iia Ai iia'dkh 'In. 



D. MAQEE'S SONS, I 




Mala. Iws. 




^VHOLESALE and RETAIL. 



63 KING STREET, 



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ST. JOHN, N. B. 



Leading Styles in Hats, 



MANUFACTUKING OF 



Fine Furs 



A SPECIALTY. 



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Hooks. 



' ANCHORS 







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ROBINSON'S STREAM, LOCH LOMOND N. E. 



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N, B, 



SCIAIiTY. 



The hcaiili fill village of Sussex, u\\ llie 1. ('. Railway, 44 miles from St. John, is a place 
[greatly admired i)y visitors, who reach it tiirough the lovely Keimebeccasis valley, one of the 
most attractive in the provinces. Sin^^ex \'ale (so called the land of milk and honey), one of the 
fmesl fari\iing districts in New l>iiinswick, has heen written and spoken of in terms of the highest 
|)raise i»y tourists from the United States and the British Islands. 

l'"or those having the time and inclination a delightful rounil trip could be taken from St. 
John as follows: (lo by the Intercolonial Railway to Cami)l)ellton, on the Restigoiiche, the 
extreme northern limit of the |)rovince : thence by rail or carriage to Dalhousie, a few miles down 
river, where the famous Inch Arran Hotel is located ; back l)y rail to Hathurst, a pretty town on 
an arm of Haie des Chaleurs ; by rail from Uathurst along the south shore of the famous bay to 
(^araijuet, Shipi)egan and Misc.(ju ; down the gulf shore to 'i'racadie, where is situated the 
Canadian Lazaretto; thence by carriage along the shore to Neguac or Miramichi Bay, passing 
the finest brant, goose and duck shooting grounds (from Ship[)egan to Miramichi) in the 
provinces : from Neguac by sti'amer up the Miramichi to Chatham and Newcastle : by rail 
from Chatham to Marysville and Kredericton ; by rail or river to Woodstock, and thence on 
to Cirand Falls ; by another line from Woodstock to McAdam Junction and on to the St. Croix, 
St. Andrews and the islands in the bay, and thence back to St. John. Such a tour would cover 
the province pretty well, and take the visitor within reach of all the great fishing resorts as well 
as to most of the leading towns. 




VALLEY CORNMEAL MILLS, 






FOWLER & 
CALHOUN, 



i *' SUNLIGHT," 

l''ull KoUcr Procrss 
Ki!n-l)rL(l 
COIlNMEAIi. 

-DAISY" 

l''ancv ( 'iiamilatcil I'amilv 
CORMVIKAL. 

GRAINS AND F[EDS 

ol' A 1,1. KlMtS. 

ST. JOHN, N. B. 



Gordon WIRE NAIL 




(^X^^^rr^ 



J J GORDON, Proprietor. 



Maiiufjictiirer of All Kinds of Steel Wirc^ Nails, 
Wire Carpet Tacks and Shoe Nails. 



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ST. JOHN, WEST, N. B 

THOMAS aORMAN, 

WHOLESALE GROCER, 



DRY, PICKLED AND SMOKED 1^ 



21 & '^« Soulli Market Wliiirl, 

TEL.EPHONE No. 284. 



FISH OILS. ETC. 



Saint John, N. B. 



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BRIDOE, LOCH LOMOND. N. B. 
121 



OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. 

Mine. KANE, 

205 UNION STREET, 




•..•J^--«?>;-#.^'1*». 



> C^ff fxf</f.0 S^^-fd-fb yhJrfJ^f 0'-.tfi ^''^>^ 

IFaviiig always in stock -Hats, I'lowcrs, l^'catlicrs, 
Laces and all Novelties in the Trade. 

IJrAlso, Ladies' attention is called to the STVLLSII WOlfK done 
here, at prices not too exorbitant. 

SAM. J. [^ICHEY, 

llEADQl'AUTEUS I'Olt 

[iin)OPted ai^d Doiijestic Gii|aps, 

Smokers' Siiiitlries, Etc. 



\<'n lork, ItoMloii, nitiMmil, '■'oruiittt, ilaliliix iiiitl l,o<-al I'iiitrrs on lilc in IC<'!i«Mii» Kitoiii, 



SII()()TIN(J IJALLKIJV and B()WLL\(r ALLKV in rear of the Store. 

■'■■i/CK OllVrol I'^vrr.v Mrrk fitr IC<'>I Sliooliiiic iiiiil ICiiMlin;:. 

31 Charlotte Street, Furlong Building, 

ST. JOHN. N. B. 

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DRURY COVE (SHOWING SETTLEMENT), ST. JOHN COUNTY. N. B. 

I'lSIllNG RESORTS. 

It is unnecessary in lliis article to speak particularly of the fishing streams and lakes within 
easy reach of St, John Such may he reached by rail or by carriage in several directions from the 
city i.och Lomond is a sure ])lacc, and there are many smaller lakes. I'.onny River, on the 
.Siiore Line Railway, is a favorite stream, and tliere are lakes in that vicinity. 'Hie sport to be got 
close to tile city i , of ((tiirse, not nearly as good as will reward the fisherman who goes to more 
remote sections of the province, but the numerous devotees of rod and reel who reside in St. John 
arc able to get good fishing without going far afield, and the visitor can do the same The hotel 
l)roprietors and leading local sportsmen can be relied on to give him all needful information with- 
out any intrusion of self-interest. And there is a Tourist Association, whose sole [)urpo.se is to 
attract visitors ami encourage them to come again. 

B.\NKS l>ank of British North America, Dominion Savings Rank, Hank of Montreal 
RANK oi- Nl'AV BRUNSWICK, BANK ok NOVA SCOTIA, Halifax Banking Co., and 
J'.LAIR vS: Co., BANKICRS 

The following are the principal MERCHANT.S, MANUFACTURERS, STICAMBOAT 
A(;I<:NTS and I'.USINI'.SS FIRMS in St. John: M. 1). Austin, grocer and commission 
merchant: C W. Brannen, pro[)rietor S. S. ^L^y (Jueen : C. i^- IC Blake, plumbers and gas- 
fitters : Cami)bell Bros., Spring, Axe and Edge Tool Works ; A. E. Clarke, i)hotographer's 
su|)plies, etc: A. Christie Woodworking (^o , doors, sashes, mouldings, etc.; J. CuUinan it 
Son, clothiers, etc.; T. C. Donald, druggist; J. B, Driscoll, billiard saloon; E. B. Eddy Co., 
paper and match manufacturers ; James Elliott, ship and anchor smith ; C. it E. Everett, hats, 
caps and furs; Thomas Finlay, harness-maker; F'owler iv; Calhoun, corn and grist mills; A. 
(Jilmour, tailor ; John J. Gordon, Gordon Wire Nail Works ; Thomas Gorman, wholesale grocer, 

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INSURANCE COMPANY 



nAin OCiSO iICO '•"' l'<>^>'*'"^''y^''*' St. -loliii's, Ncwfoiindlaiid, con- 
lAlU OwTUi^OZ H;»<;ri»ti(»u. witlioiit coiitcstiiii;' ;i sin^^lc cliiiiH. 

C. K L, JAR VIS, - General Agent, 
74 Prince William Street, 

Corner of Church street. SAINT JOHN, N. B. 



T. IF- Q-I^^IsrVILLE, 



nil . irn-.R and dkai.Ivk in 



(^ei^eral (groceries ai]d ProVisioi^s, 

Flour, Meal, Tea, Sujrar, 3Iolasses, Pork, Fish, 
Farming' IinpleinentH, Etc. 

CouiUiN- I'roiluci' (X)nsij;nc(l to iiu' sold al higlu'st market piircs and (|iiick it'luins made. 
f "oiisiu;miients solii iled. I'roducc of all kinds lakt'ii in exchange for goods. 



ElOBBRTSOM"^S -WKAIir, 



s^piiA.if'i7©.^'WEr. 








HANUFACTURER OF 



Doors, Frames, 

Sjisluvs. liliuds, Newels. IJiiliistcis. Monldiiios, ;uid I'vci'v dcsci'iptioii ol' 

Uiiildiiio' Material. 



I'rlfi'K iiiid KsliiiialrN l*i'»iii|MI> 
Fiiriiislieil on Aiiplicallon. 
t'orrcMpwiMlriirc S«>licil«-il. 






1-^4 



aia and 214 Main Street, 
ST. JOHlSr, N. B 




11(1, COll- 

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LAWLOR'S LAKE, (ON THE I. C R.) SIX MILES FROM ST. JOHN N. B. 




DRURY COVE ST. JOHN COUNTY. N. B. 

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The PortlaiKl RoHii]!^ MiHs Go- 



(LIMITED! 



^1 •■ !■ ACnUKHS OK 



J. C. ROBERTSON, President. 
S. HAYWARD, Vice-Ppesident. 
JAMES MOW ATT, Tpeasupep. 



llofiiKMl ami Conniion l?ai* lr<ni, liivct Iron, Car Axles, Sliajied Car 

Truck Bars, llamincnul Sliattiiij;? and Shapes, Steel and Iron 

Nail Plate, Fisii Plates, Railway and Ships' Spikes, Cut 

Steel Nails and Spikes, Clincli Nails, Tacks, 

Brads, Shoe Nails, Etc., and 








Trade 



^ 



Mark. 



THE BEST IN 
THE MAKKET. 



OFFICE AND MILLS: 

STHAiT t>.^^^l>E, ST. JOHN, N. B. 



ESTABLISHED 1S4S. 



W. H. WARN, 



Successor to W. H. Warn, Senior, 



Hairdressing and Shaving Saloon. 



KMJ SOUTH SIDE 

KING STREET, 



ST. JOHN, N. B. 



E. O. PARSONS, 

Clothing. Hats and Caps, 

At NORTH SIDE OF KING STREET, WEST END, 

Also, Dress (loods, Corsets, Ilosi(>ry, (Jlove.s, Oeiits' 
III A I I niinrn iMinnsliinns, Uoots, Shoes, etc. 

WALL r Artn at King, Cor. Ludlow Street, West End. 

ST. JOHN, N. B. 



Mail Orders l'n)iii|illy I'.Nccutod. 
Wt' Si'll ill Lowest ("iisli I'rk-es 



'r»U'|ilu>iio 441tc. 

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FALLS ON WILMOT STREAM, ST. JOHN COUNTY, N. B. 



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fish, c:tc. ; 'I'. V. Ciranvillc, general groceries and provisions; R. H. (Ireen (!v: Son, engravers; 
Haley Bros., planing mills ; ). B. Hamm, livery stables ; W. H. Hayward, ehina, glass, crockery^ 
etc.; J. (S: J. I). Howe, manufacturers of furniture, of all kinds; John Hopkins, victualer and 
sausage maker ; Hutchings & Co., bedding manufacturers ; C. H. Jackson, oyster saloon ; C. 
E. L. Jarvis, insurance agent : Kane S: Co., marble works ; NFadame Kane, millinery ; Keeiian 
it Ratchford, manufacturers "Non-such"' tinware, etc.; A. Kinsella, marble works; Liver[)ool, 
London it (ilobe Insurance, Wm. M. Jarvis, agent; The Lordly Furniture Manufacturing Co., 
Ltd., manufacturers of all kinds of furniture ; A. A. Mabee, planing mills ; Manchester, 
Robertson it Allison, dry goods, gents' furnishings, clothiers, carpets and furniture, etc. ; Manks 
iS: Co , hats, caps and furs ; James Masson, carriage manufacturer ; John V. ^[orrisoM, coal 
dealer and bonded and free warehouses ; Edward Muri)hy, carriage manufacturer ; James Mc- 
Allister, dye works; I). ^Lagee's Sons, hats, caps and furs; McLaughlin Carriage Co., carriage 
manufacturers; J. i\: A. McMillan, stationers, bookbinders, printers and publisher^; McLean 
it Holt, founders and machinists ; New Brunswick Telephone Co., A. W. MacMackin, manager ; 
John O'Regan, wholesale wine and si)irit merchant ; E. O. Parsons, dry goods and gents' 
furnishings; W. A. Porter, grocer; Portland Rolling Mills, manufacturers of nails, horseshoes, 
etc.; Samuel J. Richey, cigars and bowling alley; Reid liros., wall papers, etc.; John Seeley, 
wholesale groceries, etc. ; Schofield Bros , manufacturers' agents (paper, matches, etc.); E. d. Scovil, 
wholesale teas and wines ; R. ). .Selfridge, stoves, ranges, etc. : K. P. it W. F. Starr, coal 
merchants, agents for the Dominion Coal Company and General Mining Association ; James 

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JAMES SINCLAIR, 



I INiiiiiiil.v <>r A. SINCI-AIK *i CO.) 



I)i:.\i.i:i; In. 



TEIiEPII()M<: i)4;j. 



Groceries, Hay, Pork, Tobacco, 

No, 25 North Side King Sn. St MnJ. B. 



GROVER CLEVELAND 
GOT PAT,-=:=2>' 

l)\ u''""l Iiviiv4. Ill onlt'i' III li\c «cll vcm wiiiil In .l;c( llif Ix'sl of cvctn I IiIhl; t liiil I'ciiislitiilt's 
yciiir diet. 'I'lic iiliji'ct of yoiir \isil Id f»t. .Iiiliii, is lo scciiri' llic liciiolits « liicli (nir liiaiiii;; 
iUiiiiis|ili('rc iiiicl luiiltliy t'i'oil will lip Im ymir ;;i'iii'i'iil liciiltli. (hifdf (hi' |iiiii(i|i;il tailors ol 
I he latlir is I lie far famcil •,>iialily of I ho < (ystcrs to ho ohtailioil hole. Wv lia\ o the licst thr 
iiiarUols allorcl, ami visitorsiamiot clo hotlor than visit my stoic for Oysters in any form, ami 
Chilli Chowilor mailo from the licst LojiroaiiN ( 'lams ami |iiiro milk. Wlioii }J!"iiig lishini,' lako 
somo of our < •oniiiiio (ioriiiaii Mustard « it li vou. Ciwirs and soft drinks. 



♦ I» 



Phoiic 1<>. 



C. H. JACKSON, 

3 Ring Square. 






FAIRVILLE, 

5t. John, N. B. 



James Masson, 

IWagoiis, Sleighs and Pungs. 

REPAIRING AND PAINTING DONE. 

Harness and Bicycles, Mowing Machines, Rakes. Hay Presses and Tedders, Plows, Harrows, 

and all kinds of Agricultural Implements 

KKl»r IN STOCK. MAOB TO OKHKR OR I< KI 'A 1 1< INO. 

l?UCKIi()AIM)S TOmXJGAXS, PUNGS A SPKCIALTV. 



Ttio Bosi Equipped BillL-vrd 

H.-.ll in the City. 
Tables and Balls 

Flrst-Class, 



The Qpera 



Courteous Attontion Guaian- 
ti Jd our Patrons, 
Rooms Lap^e 

LiKht and Airy. 



eitglibh: 



BILLIi^RIDS. 



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ARI) 'h. m)l ROOMS 



Natural and Aerated 
WATERS. 



No. 7 King Square. St. John, N. B. 



Choice Havana 
CIGARS. 



Finest Qua ities of - _. — v~>» i cr^/^T T ikjt 

ALES, WINES and LIQUORS. J. D. L)I<^1oLOLL, r\<\»\a3er. 



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Square. 
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rs. Harrows, 

xc;. 

Y. 



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jrt our Patrons. 

It and Airy. 



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(Ice Havana 
CIGARS. 



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M. D. AUSTIN, ^^TNoffio^^r^ 

Flour Meal, Vegetables, 

Fruits, Frosli and Salt Meats, and Fisli, Groceries, Crockery and 

(jilasHware at Lowest Prices. 

COUNTRY PRODUCE 

TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS. 

BLAIR 6l CO., 

BANKERS, 
3 King St., ST. JOHN, N. B. 

MARINE AND FIRE INSUR ANCE. 

AVER AGE ADJUSTERS f 

129 Prince Win. St St. John, N. B. * 

vnitiiKfsroxnKxcK ixviti:i>. 

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JOHN WHITE, 

MAMKACTrRKK AM) DKAI.KR. 

93 to 97 Charlotte Street, — ST. JOHN, N. B. 



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BOAR'S HEAD, ST. JOHN RIVER, N. B. 



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GREEN HEAD. 3 MILES FRCMiST. JOHN, N. B. 




KI{KKST()NK. (llfAMTI-: mikI MAIMiLK 

WOKKS. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 
Next to I. C. R. Station, - - - ST. JOHN, N. B. 

ll;,\iiiL' I'n Ihiiiil ;i l.iirm' Slock I'f ~- — — ~r 

MONUMENTS, TABLETS, GRAVESTONES, 

I uill lill iirilcr- al Uniilli liciliirccl I'liii-. ami lliiiimrilri' Saii-lMilimi »itl 
all «iiik, and deliMi- ami mI up KIIKK OK CIIAUdi:. 

A. KINSELLA, 

a!|{^^^|||r>l08 MILL STREET, ■— I ST. JOHN, N. B. 




9 ESTABLIS] 1851. % 



EAGLE FOUNDRY, 

St. David mid Cuiirtoiiay Sirvots. 

Kiioiiicj'rs tiiid Miicliiuists, Maiinthcturci's of all kinds of Stcjim Kiioincs and 
Maciiincry, Mill and Sliip Work. Ilnllicrt's Patent IMou<;Iis. 



We wuuUI rail the Attention of STKAM IJSKKS to onr I'atent " VAllIABLK KXI'AN.SloN (IT 

OFF," savinji from .">o to .".o \fY cciit. of fuel and steam. 

N. B. — .lack Screws for Sale or to Hire. 



GILBERT'S 
LANE 





,tt 




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ST. JOHN, N. B. 



Dyemg, SeouriiKj and French Cleaninrf. 

OSTRICH FKATIIKUS eleaned or dyed all colors. Lace ("nrlaiiis cleaned and llnislied to look like 
new. Kvery description of Dyeiniiand French Cleaniiiii executed at. the sliortesi notice; ami 
at lowest rates. Carpets Cleansed by a New Process, without iieatini:, no matter how diriy, 

tlierl)y raising; tlie colors and roniovinji all dust and jxrease spots. Blankets can he cleansed, leavini: 
them soft and nice as new. 

JAMES McAllister, 

Successor to A. L. LAW. 

\LL ORDERS leftattiic foUowintj places will I'eceive prompt attention prices low— Macanlav 
Bros. v< Co., (;."> Ivinii Street ; I). W. IMlkinjitini, corner St. .lames and Charlotte Streets; Mr>.. 
Talerson. 1.") Main Street, North F^lnd ; ,Iames Scott. 2ls Kino- Str<'el, \V. F. ; C. F. Tillon, I'ost Oilier. 
Fairville; .1. .1. Weddall, Fredericton ; (ieoriie F'ord, Sackville; 1). .McDearmid, Ne\v (Jlasitow; .Miss 
VVriKlit, Diftby ; Chapman Bros., Amiierst, or at Dye Works, Gillurt's I.une, St. .lohn, X. B. 

James McAllister 

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POKIOK, ST. JOHN RIVER. N. B. 

Sinclair, ^ioclt ; A C). Skimicr, raii)ct.s, etc ; Slccth, Quinlan ik Co., mail)lt.' works : W. A. 
Sluwarl, lol)acconisl ; Sun I'rintiiig Co. ; G. A. Troop I'ir Co., niaiuifacturcrs of viru'L^ar, pickles, 
saiici's, cl<-.: y. I>. Turnc'r, fish and oyster dealer; Ungar's Laundry and I )ye Works, ('linesijie iVr 
dreen, proprietors: Wallace iV I'Vaser, dairy and farm sui)plies and fertilizers; Waring. While 
i^- Co, niar'ne and mill n)acliinery, engines, boilers, etc. ; W. H. Warn, hairdressing saloon: V. 
C Wesley Co, process engravers: White's Express, H. C. (Ireen, manager; John Wiiite, 
furniture dealer ; Whittaker k Co., insurance agents ; J. E. Whittaker iV Co., stoves, ranges, 
etc. BUSINESS COI.EEC.ES -Currie's Business University: S. Kerr & Son, St. John 
r.usiness College. PROFESSOR OF FRENCH— N. Hill Neshitt. The leading I )i:N'i'IS'l' 
is: Dr. j. 1). Maher, head (juarters for the famous Hale method. UNDERTAKl^RS - 
N. W. Brenan, John Chamberlain it Son and V. Fit/.[)atrick. 

The leading BARRISTERS and ATTORNICYS in St. John are : Ciiarles T. Bailey, A I'. 
Barnhill, Blair, Ruel it B)lair, Bustin it Porter. J. Roy Campbell, Iv R. Chapman, Jas. IC. (,'o\van, 
Currey it Vincent, I'". I)e\'ine, John R. Hunn, Cilbert it Cilbert, .1. Twining Hartt, Ha/en 
it Raymond, Iv C. Kaye, H. S. Keith, ]. King Keliey, \\. T. C. Knowles, \\. \\. McAlpine, 
H. A. McKeown, R. McEeod, C. J. Milligan, John Montgomery, R. d. Murray, Ceorge O. D. 

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THOMAS C. DONALD, mmmm 



158 MILL STREET, ST. JOHN, N. B. 

sPEc.ALTv PURE^^RUGS, 

Soda Water 



CAREFULLY 

COMPOUNDED 



CCK)I,KHT ANn BKST 
in The Cit>' 

willi all kind ol Wwx- I'liiil l''la\(»is. 



TELEPHONE IOI4. 



ESTABLISHED i860. 



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CROTHERS, HENDERSON ik WILSON, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Fine Carriages, Sleighs, Track Sulkies, Etc. 



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Q C DA I D I IVI f^ ''^ ^'' '^^ Branches Promptly 



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OFFICE. SHOW ROOMS and 
FACTORY, 42 & 44, South Side 



WATERLOO STREET, 



ST. JOHN, N. B. 



MKHM. \«,\l;|iK|i. 

I'AKIS, |sTs. 



UST.A-B1.ISI€EX5 lae-i. 



MKIi M. \\\ VKIiKli. 

i'iiii,\i)i:i,nir \, i->,i. 



MAN UFA ( J'URERS OF- 



G. A. TROOP & CO., 

V'iiiegar, Pi(*lvk\s, Saiu^es, Etc*. 

CORNER PITT AND BROAD STREETS, -^^^ ST. JOHN. N. B. 



LOWEST PRICES TO THE TRADE. 
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SWIFT POINT, ST. JOHN RIVER, N. B. 



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TYPICAL NEW BRUNSWICK SPORTING CAMP. 

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C. ir. BliANNEN, - Mannffer. 



Leaves IXDIAXTOWX even WEDNESDAY and SATl IIDAV 
iMOliMNdS at S o'clock, local timo, for 

GA6ET0WN, GRAND LAKE, SALMON RIVER, 

and Intcnncdiatc Places, licturnino' on MONDAY and TIITHS- 
DAY, duo at St. John alumt :VM) p. ni. 



KEEP VOLR EYE OPEN 
KOH THE 



POPULAR OUTINQS"''s.s MAY queen, 



Every fine TUESDAN' and FRIDAY during July and August, 
leaving St. John about lo a. ni. ; returning at 6. p. m. . . 



E3^ THE BEST EXCURSION RUNNING OUT OF ST. JOHN. °C1 



JAMES A. KELLY, 



Manufacturer of All Kinds of 



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(/ARKIA(;ES and SEEKIHS, EXTENSION TOPS, 
LADIES' PHAETONS, DO(J CARTS, BANCiOHS, 
EXPRESS WA(l(JONS, CONCORD WA(;(JOXS, 
TR0TT1N(; SLEIOHS, DROP SEAT PHAETONS. 



CARRIAGES OF ALL KINDS 

MADE TO ORDER. 
Repaipinc: in all its Bpanohes a Specialty. 



'Phone 67. 



Factory 640 to 644 Main Street, North End, 

ST. JOHN, N. B. 



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QUEE.N, " 



TOPS, 
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VIEW OF COVE ON THE ST. JOHN RIVER, N. B. 



Otty, C. A. Palmer, H. H Pickett, H. F. Puddington, Hon. Wm. Piigsley, R. R. Ritchie, Charles 
F. Sanford, C. N. Skinner & Sons, Bowyer S. Smith, A A. Stockton, C. A. Stockton, L. P. 
I) Tilley, A 1. 'IVueman, W. H. Trueman, W. IJ. Wallace, John Willet and A A. Wilson. 

The following are the principal HO'i'El.S and their PROPRIETORS ; The Clifton House, 
A. N. Peters: Dufferin, E. EeRoi Willis; Royal, Raymond & Doherty ; Victoria, D. W. Mc- 
Conniek : New Victoria, J. E McCoskery ; (}ueen, Wm. Agate ; Hotel Stanley, J. M. Fowler ; 
Ik'hnont, John Sime ; I'elyea, Jas. E. Belyea ; liangor Elouse, Robert Clark ; Cumberland, Mrs. 
J. Hayes: Halifax House, Mrs. H. l""riars ; I'^ldon House, Mrs. E. Jones; Indiantown Hotel, 
William S. I'enis: Eansdowne House, S. P>. Folkins : Newport House, Miss F. McManus: 
Peoples' Hotel, Wm. Wilson : Toronto House, Mrs. Secord : Tremont House, Mrs. A. Eogue ; 
Hotel Ottawa, E Cosman : Hen Eomond House, Sterling Barker. 

THE ST. JOHN RIVER. 

It is possible to take a canoe at St. John, paddle \\p tlie river, make a very short portage, and 
then Hoat down the Miramiclii River to its nioutli (Joing farther up the St. John waters, an 
e(iually short portagi; brings the tourist to the Restigouche system, down which he can float to 
(]amp!)ellton and Baie des ('hakurs. Or, reversing it, he can go up either the Restigouche or Mira- 
michi and portage across a few miles to the St. Jolui system. And going down the St. John he 
can make side trips to charming lakes with which on its lower waters it is connected. The tribu- 
taries of the three great rivers named come so close together that they may almost be said to 
interlace ; although they reach the sea at points very widely separated They afford, therefore, a 
series of routes for canoeing trips that present wonderful attractions. It is also possible with a 
short portage to pass from the Eower St. Eawrence to the St. John system, and so down to the 
shore of the Bay of l''undy. One of a party who made this journey, a few years ago, wrote an 
enthusiastic account of the experience. 'l'\w party moved along leisurely, and for more than a 
week on one portion of the route near the (Juebjc border, saw no human habitation save perhaps 
a vacant lumberman's camp. 



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THE 



SUN PRINTING CO., ltd. 






Saint Jolin, N. B. 



BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. 

Society 
Reports, 

Pamphlets 

Set on . . 

LINOTYPR 
MACHINHS 

A Specialty. 




INTERIOR VIEW SUN COMPOSING ROOM, 

SHOWING LINOTYPE MACHINES IN OPERATION. 



•J^ Daily Sun, I '^^ Weekly Sun, 



8 PAGES, 



k; pa(ji<:s, 

The Best Advertising /Iridiums in the Utaritime Provinces. 

13S 






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A COSY NOOK. 

BOATING SCENE ON THE KENNEBECCASIS RIVER, N. B. 




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DEVIL'S BACK. ST. JOHN RIVER. N. B. 

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URNITURE 



OF ALL 
KINDS 

Manufactured 
in the 
VERY 
BEST STYLE. 



ORDERED 
WORK A 
SPECIALTY. 




Chairs, 

Tables, 
School 

Desks, 
Church 
and 
Office 
Furniture 



DINING ROOM FURNITURE 



IN TlIK LATKST STVLKS. 



THE LOBDLI FOENITOBE MilFACTDlG CI, 



LIMITED. 



Established 1851. 



Incoppopated 1897. 



Oflic«» and Factory : 



Celebration Street. 



ST. JOHN, N. B 



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BAYSWATER. KENNEBECCASIS RIVER, N. B. 









The St. Jolin Rivor has been called the Rhine of America, and has been favorably con- 
trasted with tlie Hudson. Such allusions serve to convey the idea that it is a very beautiful river, 
but they do not dcseiil)e it. Indeed the description, save in general terms, is no easy task. You 
have at its moutli li;e broad basin, the narrow gorge and wonderful "reversible" falls, described 
in the general article on St. John. Some 225 miles from its mouth are (Irand Kails, with a 
l)er|)endicular fall of 74 feet into a rock walled, winding gorge of singular picturesqueness. 
I'etween its mouth and drand I'alls every variety of lovely and picturesque scenery is witnessed ; 
while beyond that |)oint the main stream ind its tributaries reach away up into the State of Maine 
and the Province o( (^)uubec. The total length of the river is 450 miles Reference to a good 
map will show that in the portion of (Quebec province lying between the St Lawrence River and 
thj border of Maine and northern New Brunswick, the sunuiiit of the watershed which there 
runs i)arallel with the St. Lawrence, is seldom more, and sometimes less, than 30 miles Hwiii that 
river. The result of this is that a very large section of that part of Quebec is drained southward 
by streams running toward or forming part of the St. John system. As proof of this, it may be 
noted that there are logs sawn in St. John mills which are floated there from points within 50 
miles of the city of (^)uel)ec. In the same way, a large section of northern Maine is drained by 
thir St. John system Roughly speaking, the St. John and its tributaries drain an area of seven 
teen million acres. 

As to navigation on the St. John, large vessels go up to Fredericton, 84 miles ; at high water 
in spring and fail, a small steamer plies between Kredericton and Woodstock, 70 miles farther 
up ; and even the Tobitiue 50 miles farther, can sometimes lie reached. Above (Irand Kails some 
40 miles, the Madawaska joins the St. John. The former is connected some 30 miles up with 
Lake Temiscouata, which stretches away to within a score of miles of th^ St. Lawrence. Small 
steamers ply on river and lake. The Tobi(iue, already referred to, is a tributary about 80 
miles long, joining the main river some 20 miles below tirand Kails, and having its sources near 
some of those of the Miramichi system. 

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Rut the <'hief iiittTcst atlaclic's Id llial inntion dl tlir iis(r (Nj miles) httweoii tliecilios of 
St. John and Krcdcrirlon, ami ihr iiavigahlc trilnit.niis \>y \\h\r\\ it is joiiu'd on this part ol its 
course. 

.\nd first, its liislory. On the day of Si John ihc IJaptist, in tlu' year i<h>4, tlie lanidns 
I'lenchnian, Samuel dc ( 'haniplain, cast anchor at the moiitli of the great river, which in 
lionor of the day he named St. Joliii. Durinj; llu'ne\l (|uarter of a century an important Irathng 
post was estabhshed at its mouth : for lliis j^real stream willi its many tril)utaries enabled the 
JTeiich traders to secure furs from the Indian inhabitants of an innuense territory. Tlicn 
(ame the building of I'ort l.a'I'our, and the fati'ful strife between ('harles de l.aTour and iM. 
Cliarnisay, made forever memoral)le l)y tiie heroism of "The i.ady of I'ort St John." 'I'he world 
knows the story. How Madam La'i'our bravely defi'nded the fort in lier husband's absence until 
treachery won where force of arms had tailed. How ( harnisay, in violation of iiis pledge had put 
the garrison to death, even comi)elling the lady to lie a witness of the crime. Hannay, in his 
History of Acadia, thus tells the seipiel :- 

" Her great heart was broken * * * So .-.he faded away, day by day, uiuil her heroic 
soul left its eartiily tenement, and in three weeks from the tinu; when she witnessed the capture of 
her fort, she was laid to rest by the banks of the Si. John, which she loved so well, and where she 
had lived for so many years Thus died the first and greatest of Acadian heroines -a woman 
whose fame is as proudly enshrined in the history of this land as that of any scej^red (|ueen of 
European story." 



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'I'lif St. Joliii River was llu' si iiu- of stiiriiiL; iiicitK'iUs in ihr strum^lc lor siiprt'iiiary hclwecn 
tlu' I'lcncii and luiglisli. 'I'Ik' lurintr liad a small post at tin.' Nurcpis, a few milts ahovf lh<-' 
mouth of the river, and a fort at Jcnise^, llic small stream conneelin^ the St. John with drand 
l.ak,. Later on Ciovernur \'illel»on constructed a strong fort on the Nashwaak, opposite the 
present city of l'"retlerictoii, from which his Indian allies went forth to wage relentless war on the 
New I'aigland settlements. Tliis foit wa^ once unsuccessfully attacked liy New I'lnglanders who 
went up the river in wliaK' lio.its, and it remained a menace to the ICnglish till it was finally 
abandoned by order of the I'rench go\crnment aiiout the year 1700. N'ears passi-d, anil with them 
the power of I'lance in .\merica : and at length, in 17S5, at the close of the Aim.'rican revolution, 
<ame the Loyalists, to build a city at the mouth ol the St. lohn, to people the Ailderruss along 
its lo\ely shon s, and lay tiie foundation of that pi(is|>erity which rcigU'- upon its banks to ilay. 
Some day a writer of historical romance, inspired by the annals of the olden days, will we.ivc 
about this region another spell than that of its woiided'ul beauty. 

l''Ut it is the outward and visible charm of tin > great river wiiich to day attracts the ttjurist 
and pleasure sicker in ever increasing numbers. Tiie si hooner laden with hmrlK'r or firew. ml, or 
the little sti'am tugs puffing along with great i.ifl-> of logs in tow are not the on'y craft that |)ly 
upon its w. Iters. Steamers with e\cellent aiconuuodation for passengers nm between St |ohii 
and l''rederict(in, and between St |ohn and points on the lakes. Reference has already luen 
mule in the aiticle on St .lohn to the delightful trip u|i the Kennebeccasis to il.impton The 
steamers on the other routes are all larger, and the " N'ictori.i," which has just been launched and 
was constructed especially to accommodate tourist and fast [Kissenger favel, is one of the most 
elegantly eijuipped vessels on Canadian waters. 'I'his steamer makes the run from S'. |ohn to 
Kredericton (84 miles), in five hours Her consort i> the David Weston, also an excellent 

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!.ti'aiiitfr ; and an.iii^i inriils aic inadi; su lliat larsoii;. tltsiiin;; to j;ti <" ' .iiim r a^il 

return by rail (llir l.itti'r trij) ooiipvinj; ahoiil two lioius) may d" "^ti. (Muttic, nl 

llic sanir line, also runs on tlir P'rcdcricton route, iiiul the Stu .ui ,lninn Kivei, 

The steamer May (^)iieen runs from St. John up the river and \ .idemo,, ikt m S|)rinj;lirld 

to Ueilisle, and the llampstiad to a place of tiii' same name on "• main nxer. I hete is thu> an 
eveelk'iit regular service on these waters, and freijuenl lAcursions olTci peciid altraitions duiin;^ 
the season. The service is so arrangiil that peisons may ;^o up rixcr on ,ilnid;i\ and spend Smm 
d.i\ at some of the lovely resorts along short.', ntuinin:; to tiic 'it)' on Mondas moiniu'; : and n 
I iti/ens take advantai^e ol this privilej^e. 

To the pleasuu- seeker it is one of the attractions of the St. John Kiver, that as 
1 liaims of nature are undisputed liy the \agaries of ait. it is not a h.ickneyed resoil. 'I'li. 
no lush of traffic, no discord, no tcho ol thi' market pl.u e, no false distinctions, noihing li lis 
tract tile mind or vex tiie m)uI. The peaceful dwellers aloni; its shores are a iuinht, intelhpnl 
kindiv peo|)le. 'I'heyare not so many, that the labor of their hands has in any way marred lln 
-lory of the prospi'ct. The smiling farms fall naturally, with groves and worxled heights and 
islands, intervales and uplands, IjroatI stretches and narrow reaches of lake and river, lofty hank 
and shining beaches, into one of the most varied, lovely and reposeful |)ictures tlu' mind of tlii 
worldweary <'ould jiossibly conceive. Some day stately villas will line these shores, and the rivci 
surface will be covered with craft of every kind, for here fashion will hold her sunnui r revel ; but 
for many a year yet tltc luurist will find and lejoici; to fmd, along the St. John Kiver all ihu.e 



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FISHING CREEK BRIDGE. LOCH LOMOND, N. B. 

charms i>( natmc whirh drlij;hl wilhout die aitilicial and i\as|iiiatin,n Ifatnics of life in niore 
|io|Mii()us Hsoiis of wraith and fashion. 

What is to \isitois a Ncry sin;:,ular and inli irstiii}; Iratuir of v\\r\ life, is tlu' manner in whi<'h 
|)ass( nucis and small friii.;ht air takrn on lioaid or dischaigiMl hy the stranicr rn routL-. 'I'lir stops 
•It uliaucs ail' I iiiiipaiati\Lly lew, hut at many points small lioals iiUircfpt tin- vessel. Speed is 
sl.u keiied, a deck iiaiid with a t)oal hook or hy means of a rope, hriiigs the small craft ii|) alonj^. 
sidi , at imminent risk, one would think, to tlu' li\es of its occupants 'I'he hig craft and the 
liliie one ri'Uiain in eoniait till the passengers and hat;,';aL;e or small fri'ight have heeii transfiMred, 
wliieh is done witli wonderful di'Xterity and s|)eed. Tiieii the small hoat is cast off, the hoatinan 
I ends to his oars and in a twinkling is Kit i)ehiiid. 

The St. loiui Riser is no narrow stream. Mveii at P'redcricton, S4 inile« up, it is nearly a 
mile wide At some points between that lity and St. John, it reaches a width of three miles 
.\fter leaving St John, on the upward trip, the steamer |)asses hetweeii heetliii^ cliffs of limestone, 
hilly Joo feet hi.^h, with mills and limikilns at their hase, and emerges into (Irand l!av, a hroad 
and lovely >-!uet of water. The St. John atCirand l'>ay, an 1 the Keiincbecca.'^is I'.av and liver 
stretching awa\ to the right, are misurnassed for the |)leasure of jachtsnien. 'I"he Long Rea( h i-- 
a stretch of tile main ri\er sixteen miles long and one to three miles wide. Ilellisle Hay a 
tributary farther up, is fourtieii miles long aii<l a mile wid^-. \N'ash.ulemoak Lake and riwr have 
a length of forty miles and are fiom half a mill- to two miles wide Ciiand Lake is thirty miles 
long and three to nine miles wide. IL L. Spencer, a local writer of note, once wrote that when 

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MARITIME WAREHOUSE, 

sitiiiilcd on the Conicr of I'nioii .iikI Smytlic Streets, 
is const riictcd of Itrick. willi ;t front.ip' of (KM)) one 
luindrcd feet on Snivtlic St reel, exicndinu l>;ick (>;0) 
ei^iity feel, and adjoining llic 

VICTORIA WHARF. 

Tlic Itnildinu is well liulilcil and xcntilatcd. fitted 
witli llydranlie l\le\ator. and is iMisni|>assed for 

STORAGE PURPOSES, FOR BOTH BONDED 

AND FREE GOODS. 

It is within IInc niinnles" walk of the Kailway and Steanilioat Lan(hn_u>. 
The e(»s| of trans|torl to and from, is, in (((nstMinenee Ncry small. 



JOHN F. MORRISON, 

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Wood Mantels, 
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BRIDGE BELOW GRAND FALLS, ST. JOHN RIVER. N. B. 



llu' Indian soii^lil to draw ;\ niaj) ol St. John and its liil)ulari(.;s lie iisi;d lii- left liaiid a'^ an 
illnstialion. 'I'lic wist was Sl John llariioi : ihc pahn, Ciiand r..i\ ; tlir llnmili, tlic Kcnur 
l)f<(asis ; tiu- forefinger tlu' lU'lli.sle ; llic M'cond lln^i-r llir W'ashadentoak : tlu' lliird, (liand l,ai<r; 
the I'ourlh, tlic main river. ' already pointed out, steamers from Sl. John Iraveise all tln-f 
waters, alTordini^ a deli^htfnl series of sunmur lours. 

To ij,ui- a di'iailed ai'eouiil of a liip fi'om St. John \<> liedrridon is iinniTis>aiy, ami woiiM 
eonvev no aduinale idea of it> iiKasiire^. .Xiiinn^ ili' places of iiUcn'si ahmL; tin- route .in- 



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R. K. HILL & CO., 

18 Waterloo Street, St. John, N. B., 

\'oii can ^el the MI'.S'I" that an nadi for the >aine money. Workmanship and Stock j^iiaranteed. 

'i'ry a Vioioi'iil .Ic. oi a ('. C A. 1<)<% \\\' eamioi he liealeii, rt'meinlier that 

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Wcslfiilil, (rcrcircd to in lliu article on St. Jotin), "The Cedars" a finu summer hotel and a very 
|>i)|)iilai resort, iS miles from the city. .\n encampment of Indians lends a i)ictiiresiiiie leature 
lo till- charms of the latti-r placf. \'an\vart's Landing, 30 miles from the city, is another pleasant 
i('-iirt. Ilam|)stcad is a flourishing place, set amid fertile farms. Jemseg, 50 miles u[), is the site 
nliln' old i'rtnch fort as well as the entrance todrand l,nke : Oagetown, the shiretown of (Jueens 
("ounty, is a place of some imporlaiice in a rich agricultural region : Shi Itield was settled hy New 
I'.iigland ( 'ougregationalists more than a century ago, and Maugerville, settled in 1763, had over a 
hundred \r\v I'.nglaiid families hefore the outbreak of the .\merican Revolution it is 71 miles 
from St. h)hn, and the oldest I'-nglish settlement on the river. (Iromocto, on the opposite shore 
was, like jeniseg, the siti' of a great Indian village in the pri'historic days. There are several large 
islands in the St. Joim River, one of them, Long Island, being over five miles in length. The 
journey up this noble stn-am continually opens uj) new and enchanting vistas of beauty. It is the 
beauty of naturir in her fairest forms, breathing the spirit of i!ternal peace, in a land iMiriched by 
her bounty. Whati'ver other things may be forgotten, the joy of a -unnncr day on the St. John 
River will remain a cherished memory. 

rHE UIMT.R ST. JOHN. 

The journey by the river from I'Vedericton to Woodstock, some 60 miles is a very pleasant 
one, the scenery exceedingly varied and attractive. There are lovely islands in the river, some 
narrow passages have to be threaded by the steamer, at some points the river broadens out to 

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MUD LAKE, MADAWASKA. N. B. 

inajcst'K: proijorlimis. and all aloii}^ tin; loutf tlu; views obtained are very beautiful. 'Vhr. coimtry 
is rich and the farm lioii-cs aloni; llu: shore give every eviden<-i; of tiirift and comfort. 

Woodstock is a lloinishinL; town, of nearly 4,000 iirople, and the ceiUre of a rich agricnllnral 
section. TIk re is an extensive eanninj; factory, foniidries, machine sixjps, imnber mills, wood 
working; faitorics, tanneries and oilier indiislries. Thi' town is on the r.iilway as well as the vixcr. 



and its \'\\\i- Imildin 



d hotels and neneral!\ handMime appearance show it to li- one n| ilu 



liri;;htest and n\ost pioi'iessivc little towns in the pioviin' 



ll is the shiretown of ('aileion 



County, one of the finest farn\ing si'ctions in the eastern provinces. The farmers are well to do, 
and nowhere eoiiid the industrious immigrant fmd a more promising field than in ihi.s section of 
the province. 

drand l-alls is some So miles farther np the rivir ,\ canoe trip between the two places is a 
<oiistanl delight. The great tributary, the Tobiipie, a famous fishing stream, enters the main 
river between Woodstock and (irand i'alls : and the nourishing village of .\n<lovi'r, is also passed 
en route. I'nt most visitors go to (hand Kails by rail. These falls are grand in fact, as well as in 



name. 



The pi'rpendii ular fall is 74 feet, and below the cataract the waters rush in a series ol 



rapids through a narrow gorge, high walled with rod' 



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pension bridge. The visitor is well rejjaid for the journey, by the sublime beauty of the I'alls 
and their surn»undings. .\ pe( iiliarity in coiuieclioii with the draiHl I'alls is " The Wells " a 
strange wmk of nature \\ith its circular smooth pits, se\i-i,d feet in <lianieter, with |ierpi ndicular 
walls cut deei) into the rock, aiiil leading goodness knows whither. 

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ONE DAY'S FISHING TEMISCOUATA LAKE. N. B. (SMALLEST TROUT 2 LBS.) 

I'-iioiinous (luanlilios (if loys arc llo.ntcd over the falls in the spring, aivl sometimes a j^reat 
jam occurs, llu- calaia( I and tin: gorge lielow being one mass of piled up logs. In the spring of 
I Si)^! alxiiii 1)0,000,000 sn|KMricial feit of timber floati'd over the<e falls. The future of drand 
I'alls will witness great ( haiigi-s. A company has been organized to i-rect a jjlant and apply the 
enormous water power to mainifacuiring purposes comiected with the lumber industry. An 
enormous pulp mill is one of the industries projected, and it is announced that operations will 

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shortly lie <-(>mnu-ii<'i'(l. Tlu- power ()l)tain;il)Ii' is pnictically iiiilimilcd, and llic plai-c is (Icsliiiiil 
lo liccoiiu- a nianiirartuiiii}^ (x;iUic of vast iniporlancf. 

Just altovr llic (l.anil l-'alls tlic railway ciossi--; the livir to its x'v^hK liaiik and (•iUc»s llu' 
( 'oiiiilv of Madawaska, wlicn! tiu' lisn lomis tlic Ipoimdiy line liciwrcii ( "anada and ll\(' Uniti'd 
Sialfs I'lirtlu'r alonj; and aliovc St. Leonards, one comes to tlu' (iiand River, adiniral>iy 
adapted tor hiniling, tisliini; and < anoeini,'. The s(eneiy I'ldni this to Ivhrnnulsloii, a thiixiiii; 
town, willi lais^e hiinl)er inihisiries, is simply s|)l,ndid. Tlie 'reniiseonata Railway runs from 
I'.dnnmdston to Riviere dii l.onp, a disianee of i,o miles, and (-omieets there with the (Irand 



Trunk Railway. In the vicinity are to lie found some of the hesi fishinii and sjjortin.n in N 
lirunswick — it Uein;; a complete net work of lakes and splendiil riveis. 



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/^\ 1 1'". < ".ipit.il "I < 'umlii il.iml ( "ouiily was iiiiiii|>onitriI ;i> a inuii in ilir y.-.ir iSijo. i ',7 iiiilc> 
V^ limn Si. Iiiliii, N, I!.: 1 ^.S milr-, finiu llalil'ax, N. S.; |.S mill > tiiim Mniiilun, \ I'., '>ii 
llir liiii- ot tlir I ( '. K.iilu.iv, ami i-^ mu- (it llic |iiiiiri|Ml hiwii-^ m \(i\a Scotia. .\|i|ini,ii li 
III;; It liiiiu the u<->l (iiic m'i> oil a :.;cntli .in li\it\ ^lopiii- lioni llu- iii.ir-lr pi. 1111 .1 wiili \|iaii-.( ol 
liiiil(liiij;>. ill wood, sloiii- .iiiil iiiii k. (lotiiil liiif .mil llu-ir witli tin- cluiri li 'l('r|tli^ aii<l iiiiikiii;; 
I liiiiiiii'\ > ol il-> l.irioi ii->. .\i i|uaint,iiii !■ will I liic town ^oo^ ilixloM's 111 it piiiilir 1 mi Id in:',- and 
piiv.iti' icsidiiK i-., lt^ t hull ins ,iiid iiuMraiuilr ^•1t.lllll^hllU'lll^, it-> lid) antts and Mdiualks, .ind 
il^ ^I'liiial iiiodiin impioMiiunt-, loi iclij/joii^, rduialion.il, iii(lii->lri.il .iiid ^t>- iai a<l\an'iiiirni tiiat 
liiif an- to 111' loimd llu' -pint ' i| 1 ntri| c (liir clniicni-, ot prosperity). i'ln' tuun i- li^hti d 1p\ 
(Krlrn ity, .iiid it li.is a \iiy lMi,i;hl .ind lai-iii'-''^ l<iok diiiin- lli,' I'Sfiiiii^;- ; 'iiiilc ,1 nuinln'r i<' tlu' 
prisaU-' n'sidciii rs air li^litrd li\ tln' >aiiir pioirss. I'luai' i> ,1 -pli ndid hiiviii^ I'.iik .ihuni cnu' 



Afai/ Orders for Piintiiij^ prwiptly ntUnded to l>y The Sun Printin'^ Company, St. /'/in, A^. />'. 

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CHRISTIE RR08. 1 CI 



Amherst, N. S., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



IMPORTERS OF 

Silver PIjiUmI {\)[\\n 
iM()imtiii,i;s, 
Biirijil liolx's, 
Head Lininjj;s, 

AND ALL HINDS OF 

Uiide linkers' 
Furnishings. 



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Trunks, Travelling Bags, 

^^'» VAUISES. 

3Iaii:.i<;«'i- oi ibis Depariiiiont, 

J. C. HAKUOW. 

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mile from llir Im^iruss portion ol tlu' town, it is situated on a dry s.iiuly soil and is a snpitioi 
track in cvi'ry rfs|)c(t Amherst is iiotrd for thoroiij^lihrcd lioisis, and some of tlic lust lroii( r^ 
that art.- in till.' Maritime I'rovinci's ha\t infii raided jind art^- i)i'inj^ raised now. 'I'lu' ( "hi^nrcto 
Marine 'l"rans|)ort SInp Railway which has already cost $5,000,000, and which, owiiit; lo tht- death 
ol Mr. I\etchiim, the |)idiector, ma)' m \-er reach coni|)leti()n. I'here is a freestone iniarry tw . 
iiiik's from town, th' stoiu- is a ver\ pretty i.rey color and of extra i|iialily, the coldest weatc.er not 
effecting it ill liie le.ist. The retail store- iiuihIkm sixty ("ive, h/rty five having plate ;.;las^ rronl->. 
its School I'liulding co .t $35,000, and 1,000 pupils attfiul. 

.\s a suiiiiiKT report .Amherst i-, a very jiretty place to sto]) in for a few weeks the 1 lim.ite i-. 
e\( elleiit, the roads are splendid either for l»ic\ck' riding; or for carriage--. .\ny piison w;->liinL; lo 
have a rial pleasant drive through a niagnificeiu country .Amherst is the pi, ice to >,tari from Ii 
also has -Odd hotel accommodalioii. Two evening papers, the .iVivciand /'r<s\, and two weeklies, 
the (/(/.(//(' and the Stiitiiu/. 

The piincip.d men hants, ])rofesNional men and manufi<tiirei> aie : .Xmlur^l Hoot and .s^iio, 
• '()., manufacturers of boots and shoes; Amherst I'oimdry and Heating ( d, inaiuil.!i iuhin o| 
stoves, furnaces etc.; Christie Mios. G^ Co., m;inufai turers of ( (iifnis and c;iskils ; |)miiIo|) llrov iV 
C!o, general dealers ; E. K. Hewson, barrister-al law ; I .ogan iV C;isey, barristers at law ; .Moon .v 

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AVARD ClACK WILLIAM KNIGHT. J A GROSSMAN, J A LAWS. 



C. A LUSBY 



Ihs kherst Foiinlry a&l Eeatisj Compaa;, 

AMHEF^ST. NOVA SCOTIA. 







.M.\\n.\( rrki: R.s 

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Furnaces, 

Stoves, 
Hollow-ware, 

Etc. 



Tlif jilxivr rr|Ti-.Ml» ilic icliliriil ( 1 1 CiiiiiIhiI.iii,! II., I Air Imdikki wliidi i> n i| (,,v iT(.n..iM\ 

>t| l"iul .-iiiil Uriir ladiMliiii; -iii-fMrc. :iihI .-o i.-mhU (liii.iUililv iiiil -ilpfrii.ril \ •<( t ,pii-l ri'ciicin l;il' 
»iii|';i--. » .•iii\tliiim ..(■ till' Kind iniw mi il;c iiijiikci. 

We Miiiiiiifjiriiiif ilii> l-'urnaci in iliirc >i/.» l'nri..;il. fniir lor w i :uiil two r.ii' cuiil aiil \vi""l 

luiiiliiiKil, .'iikI mI-o !1 liiiiif .•i-N.iiiiiinii 111' >ii|Mri,ir i; \N(;i;s. (( h iK. II \ I.I, .iinl l'\|{l,n|!, S'i'(t\'l>. 

iiiM.i.iiw \v.\i;i: sixKs. vm-.. hi,-. 

Ill rMiiiitiiinii uiil I- l',iimilr\ ili.ic i> .•! uill I'l |iii| i|m . i .\!\( lll\i: .s||(i|'. \\i>'-- ilr-.! chi-,- 

ucikiiicii rM'ciiic -ill ipiil.r^ iMirii^ini lo iliriii ill ;i iiroiiijit iMKi .skiliriil iiiiiniKi'. \\, , .., « uriv .•. 

Iiirm !iii<l Mirii.l .•i--Mrinii'iil nf linw jiic. di .•iiiilc-Wiiif. W i.iiiylil Imii, l.cjhl .■mil i>i;iiii \'\\ , wliicli \vr 
iHli >ii|i|'l> !•. III.' I null' III li.w.^t u li.ilc^iiif r:il.-i. 

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clccliir and i.iilidad (■.ii> : Rolih lai^iiuiTiii^ ( "n,, inaiiiirai Umi • ut linilcrs, cli-.; 1.. R >iiiitli, 
Iiairistfi ;.t law, and r(,.viishi'ii(l A- Refers, l>ariistcis al law. 

It lia^ ltank->. i\|iic^--, |)(i>t and idoiu'N' older DlJicc^, with irlii'lmiK' and iduiapli <(iniu'i tiuiis 
w.i'' llic (lulsidc wiiild. 



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-oimnCT iMfOttTMHrn amo omALmn in- 

Saddlery Hardware, 

CvuKiAi.i Si-()(K, IktiN, Sii-.i-.i., Hiii.Diu^ Mam. KIM, s, I'l.oi u, Hi;av\ 
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THE MONARCH ECONOMIC BOILER 



TQ 'Prt'RT'ATlT I? ^.is an nxnv.r c.isling and 

•lO ±\Jl\Xn.DljCt, icqmrcs no hrlck-woik 

I.ii.ivi's mil sliii|i iiiuuntiid on skids rua<ly tui usu. 



QAV'E'C! PTTU'T Sonio tests show a saving of M 
0±\.y CmO £ UXUJJt pur cent ovur a common buck- 
sot bollur. Wu Kuaiantou ,it luast 10 per cnnt. 



Robb Engineering Co., Ltd., Anihersl, N. 8. 

» AMHERST* 
Boot and Shoe Manufacturing Co. 



I.\C(iUl'<iKATi:i) IMC. I 



¥^^mm' WHOLESALE ^^^m-^ 

BOOT AND SHOE MANDFACTDREBS, 

AMIIICRST, Novfi Scotia. 



•^ni\ I k.W'i: I.I.i: K.S u-.wh all ihc places in the Maritime Proxiiicis 
^^ SI \(|m1 ijincs (liirin;.^ llie \ear, als" |);i'-ts of (_)iiei)cc, NewfoiiiullaiKl, 
.Si. I'i,ri-c. Mii|iie|i)i), ,iiul .\Ia;4tlalen Islands. 

W'c are ,ils(. ihe Leadinjj: Rubber Shoe House of the Pnn imes. 
.Xddri'ss ,iil loninninieaiion Id the Company. 

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ANNAPOLIS UOYAU. 



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IIU'CS. 



1^()\'.\ .SC()1'I.\'S hum- a^ llic lialllc ^loimd in ihc M'sciilci-iuh ccmuiv ol tlic i()iiti->ts he 
1 '• twccii |ji[ili>l\ and I'ii'ikI), ^'.lll\t•^ and iMdi.in^, has limi one ol tlic iliiini;i-<l factors in 
tini|itin;; tile tourist to luliold llic lialloui d spots. 
'I'lic lii.-.tory ol .\ni)a|iolis l\o\al, the .mk icnt capital, is tlir liislorv of N'oilh .\niciica lor nearly 
a c( lUiiry. 

riu' latter, formerly known as Port Roy.d. i^, with the exception of .^t. /\ii};ustine in Idorida, 
the oldest town in North .Xnierici. loundid m i'io4 ii\ I ii-Monts, in lie torsakeii the same year, 
only to !»■ re occupied in the following ye.n'. In July, I'lo'i, 1 .i-,( arliot and ,iiiimpan\' of I'lench 
men joined the new setilmient and .lided mm h in the impinvemenl of the land. The l)ra\e and 
ai complished It.iron de I'outiini ouit lelt his t si.iies in I ram e on h'eliru.ny j^, i.Sio, and sailed 
foi Port Royal, lie w.is a /■ .dous and ardent i hristi.ni and did nuu h on his .nii\.il to aid in the 

I/iii (Jiiiiit Jiook 7t'iis priittiii /'V Tlie Sun Printing Conipany, Ltd., St, John, N. B. 

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ANNAPOLIS CLOTHING HALL 




CUSTOM TAILORING 

A SPECIALTY. 

Atiii I ir.iii 1 .isliimi-. 

Kiieivril .M.,iillily. 

♦ ♦ 

TOURISTS... 

\ii |ii\ ili'il ici rail iihl 
I \ iMiiiif Dii l.iiucsi iiiil 
till' -.1 Stock or Woolloni 

III llli CiilllllV. I'lhl's 

.lie -M n asuihililc Hill 
\"ii 1 .III sa\i' iiiiiiK \ '<ii 
I Ml \ iHiii'liasi 

A lull I i 111 ..I Riiiuly M.idi) 
ClothlMK Hill (ii'nlH' 
FmnislilngH .il«.i\s ..n 
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TiunkM, V.ilUuii, be. 



A. M. KING, Proprietor, 



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ANNAPOLIS. N. S. 



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^riioniHon ti Co. 

We Will Ljisr ymi I'lcr intercut iiu; l,i< t^ < i mrci niii;.; llic 
(»1,|) I Kl'.XCl! IMIIM. .>^l)i,\\ yuii plans, r.ailm- mat- 
ter, etc.. and .ii.ikc ymir sta\ in .\nna|Mi|is intircstiii;.; it 
yni call ( Ml lis 

THK OlrDKST TOW'X IN (AXADA t!- f!-: f^ 

OUGHT TO BE AN ATTRACTION, 
g-',-' rl.ins 1)1 llu- ()|il rnllilli .Itiiill- iiM l'',\llllpiliiill. 

jMc Jtfe jMi. 

THOMSON & CO, - DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS, 

Srr oui N.mnnaih .1.1. ANNAPOLIS ItOYAL. 



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fiiiucrsioii (il till' liuliaii. In 1613, ('apt, Aij^all, witli a rimipany nl \'ii|;ii)i,iiis, sailnl Inr Niiva 
Sidtia and ii)m|)li'tcly (li'innli^linl tlir rolony. Iirtwccii i^jo and i^,?<> a nnniln'i ni Scuti Innrn 
I ami' to I'nrl l<ii\al and scttird, l)iil wrn- mww diixcn ont l»y llic I'lcni 1\ In UuS Sir l>.i\id 
Kiik, with a lli'cl lioni l'',ii^l.nid, di Irati-d ilu- I'lrmli and Irll the luvvii in ruins. In lO^,} it w.i^ 
l^iantcd li\ till' I'li'tirli iiovi rnniiiil In Oiaudi- d. I\.i/ill\-, a d.ishin^ (iIIkci. wlm |i;id witli liim 
( liarnis.iy ami ( 'iiarii's dr l.i I'nui. No Irunlilc in-,ui'd In iIk rnlmu until I'l^ (. v. Inn an l''.iii;ii->ii 
111 it 1 nisM'd till' IK can, luit did imt di^tui li tin- |ir(i|>ir In WiijoSii Willi, iiii IMupp-. Iiinui^lit it 
iiiMi|iiilriy undiT i'.iitisii ^way. <>iiiy luic \i-.n pa^sid winn ir.inri' a^^ain raiird I'mi Umal a 
|insM'-,si(in. In 1707 it was allatkcd and iic^ic^rd i>\' .1 inrcr rinni rxiNion, liut the rii'iuiuniii 
dinvr the riiruu iiarl<, Tlircr ycai-^ latiT (Ifiirral NiiiiiiNiin, with I'mir fii_i;.itt> ,uid tui nl\ trails 
|Miii^, it It I'nstiin and -^aiicd fur Pint Rnyai. SuitcrraM' wis tln'ii ^ovi'iiinr, Init \v w.is iinaiilc tn 
iisist, and ^iiiitiidcri-d liis lorcis. ('iinri,il Nirlmlsun 1 li.ui^i'd tlir ii.inu' tn .\nna|>iilis i'invai in 
iKinni Mj (Jurrii Aiiitr, liuii (Jiii'iii nl (ileal I'.iil.iin. In tin- Inlinuiiiu vt-av a liatllr tonk jihui- .it 
riinody Hiimk, ni'.ii l!rid,m'tiiwn, winn ri,i;iit\ N'rw l'",nnlandtis wen kiili'd l)\ tiic Irciuii Aradiaiis 
and Micniars, Tiu' loii was li('sifi;t'd in itjj, 17.J,;. andin 174(1, but wiliimit >iu'ci's> During; 
till' wai (>l till' Ki'voiiitinn ,\nna|i()li-. w.is taken iiv an Ami'iiiaii iirivalciT, and in i6i)o was |)aitiaily 
luiiiK'il l»y iwii pirali' shiiis. In all, Annapolis Royal lias .siooil liiiiict'ii sii'gi-s a ivcoid iioi 

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Souvenir Indian Work . 
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AND OTHER PLACES OF INTEREST. 



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'IWCKLIi aud SrOR'lIXC (UIODS. 
ICli COLD SODA. CIGARS, Domestic and Imported. 

AMERICAN PAPERS AND MAGAZINES. 

'J oilrt Articles. J\rjiiiih's, Sfti/ioiicry, is^r. 

()ui)i:rs nv mail i'komi-ti.y .\Ti"i';Ni)Kn to. 



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FOREIGN FRUITS. 
^^^ Choice Teas and Coffees a Specialty. 



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Hard cind Soft Coal 

Ahvays on hand. Delivered to any sfafion on D. & .1. Ry. 
at /oioesi rales. W'riic for priees. 

GEO. E. CORBITT, - ANNAPOLIS, N. S. 

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L'i|uallL'(l by any town on iIil' roiiliiii'iit. In tlic year 1713, liy llir treaty of Utrcclit, Nuva Scotia 
was formally ceded to Cireat liiitain. 

'I"lie barracks, erecti'd l)y tlie I )uke of Kent, father of our sovereign lady, (Jueen Victoria, is 
still to be seen on the garrison grounds. 

There still remain, however, three sights which are always of deep interest to tourists. First 
is a chamber known as the ': lllack liole," which was used as a powder magazine and military 
prison. Near by is another j)owder magazine, built o\\ r ground, and inside is arched with I'"rench 
santl stone. Kelic hunters, together with the stoims, ha\e nearly destroyed this fine old structure, 
but tluring the last ye'ar a grant from the 1 )ominion goNernment ])ut it in a good state of preserv- 
ation. 'I'liirdly, there is the old burying ground, which was first used by the Iwench, and lately by 
the town peo|)le, but now none are buried there sa\e the old settlers. Several inscriptions are very 
old, and are worth going miles to see The two following epitaphs are read by all who visit the 
grounds: "Here lyeth ye body of liatliiah Douglass, who departed this life on October the 3rd, 
I 720, in the 35 year (jf her ;ige," an 1 " keb 'cca I )ouglass, endowed with virtue and piety, and was 
a good wife and tender mother, depaited this life 1740." The following is also very comical to 
a modern reader : " 1 )e|)osite(l here uiuil the sound of the great trump, the remains of (."harles 
.\le\. Sim|)son, assistant surgeon of the Si.xtieth regiment, a native f)f Staffordshire, luigland, who 
obeyed tlie mighty word 'Return,' after an illness of three days, in the 30th year of liis age. 
March 28th, icS2o." 

173 



Annapolis Royal in it>fir i-. a iR'autiful spot, not uiiuallcd by any in tliu |)r()viiu-c.s save liv 
Dighy. 'I'lio (Iriws arc simply innnenst', and are enjoyed by all who take them in. The prin(i|i.il 
ones arc to X'irtoria liracli, along the beautiful Annapolis River : to ^'ollng's Cove, where one sics 
before him the majestic l!ay of Fundy with its 30 to 40 feet rise of tide ; to Bear River, via 
Clement.ivale, returning by I )eei) Brook and Clements|)ort : to Round Hill, a drive of eight miles; 
and best and shortest, around the "Three Bridges." The last cannot be excelled in the prov- 
ince, and is especially beautiful on a fme moonlight evening. 

Th(j bi'sl |)a|)cr to read is The .linutf^olis Spirtdtar, issued e\er_\' week : subscription price is 
$1 00 |)er year. The piinci|)al Hotels to stop at are the Clifton House, |. I ), (.'anieron, proprieior: 
Hillsdale House, Joseph T'oster, projjrietor : and the (^)ueen Hotel, ("yrus A. I'erkiiis, proprietor 
The princii)al professional and business men are: deo. 1^. Corbett. grocer and commissioi) 
merchant : A. W Cunningham, estate of, druggists : Wm. .\1. DICMLOIS, barrister-at-law ; Ciillis iV 
Harris, barristers at law : A. .M. King, merchant tailor and gents' furnishings ; W. .McCormick it 
Sons, general dealers : j. I! Mills, liarrister-at-law : j. .\1. Owen, barrister-at-law; Thom[)soii iV 
Co., druggist' 



The 



Annapolis 
Spectator 






Annapolis Royal, 

W. M. ALCORN, 



Kditor ,'uul M;iii;iKor. 



Docs ih(j b'iiicst Job Work 
in Western Nova Scotia, 

♦ ♦■♦■♦• 
The Work is Neat and Tasty. 

Nova Scotia. 

R, C. HAMILTON & CO., Ltd., 

l'iil)lislic 



w. Mccormick & son, 






British 

and All Kinds of 

Foreign Goods, 



:)kv C.ooi.s' ki:.\i)V-M.\i)K Ci.otiii.xc, il.\Ts .\,\i) Cai'S, Gkockiuks, Moi.assh 

Sl(;ak, Im,()LM<, Tkas and Tohacco. 



LUMBER AND WOOD. 



Annapolis Royal, N. S. 



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lie princip.il 
ere one sers 
If River, via 
■ eiglil miles; 
in the prov- 

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1, proprietor: 
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law ; (iillis iV 
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Headquarters 



FOK 



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AND FOREIGN FRUITS- 



S-C^@fr(^ 



Choice Teas 
Coffees 
~1- A Specialty. 



C^C^C^fr^ 



HARD and SOFT COAL always on hand Di'Uvercd to any station on D. ^ A. liy. at lowest 
rates. Write for prices. 



GEO. E. CORBITT, 



ANNAPOLIS, N. S. 



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F-OK. THE 

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CONDENSED MILK 

As it is the BEST ON THE MARKET. 



MANUFACTURED BY THE 






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ANTIGONISH, N. S. 

'HI', town of Aiui^oiiisli, wiih a p^jpulation of 2,000, is situated on the line of tlie Inteicolonia 
Railway, about half a mile from tide-water, at the juncture of \\'rights and West Rivers. 
'*■ The town is huill in a beautiful meadow, surrounded on the north west and south by 
picturestjue lines of hills, chief of whicli is the " Sugar-Tioaf,"' rising some .Soo feet above the level 
of the sea. An old roatl runs around the "Sugar! , oaf "' nearly to its summit, and the view from 
the to]) well repays the exertion of the climb u|)wards. 

The town is nearly in the centre of the fine agricultural County of Antigonish, and being the 
only town of any importance in the County, a large mercantile trade is carried on. There are 
about 30 stores, which compare favorably with similar establishments in cities of ten times the 
size of Antigonish. 

There are two good hotels, the Central and the Merrimac. The both are run in good shape 
by Rufus Hale, "a real live American," who thoroughly understands his business, and who con- 
se(|uently captures the greater i)art of the travelling public. 

The manufacturing industries of the town include a sash, door anil Uunl)er factory, a woollen 
mill, two grist and carding mills, a cheese factory, several small carriage factories, and a milk con- 
densing factory. 

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ACCOMMODATION FOR BOARDERS QOOD. 



LOCATION HEALTHY. 



TERMS REASONABLE. 



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'I"1k' town lias an excellent system of walei-works, a local telephone e\clianii;e, two lelej^iaph 
offices, an express office, two banks and a printing office. The roads are excellent, ,t;ood teams 
are easily obtainable at any one of the livery stables, anil there are beautiful drives in almost every 
direction. 

During the summer months a number of the town pe(j[)le live at the Heaches, a small water- 
ing jjlace on St. deorge's Bay, about six miles from the town, where surf bathing and bass and 
mackerel fishing add /est to life. 

The tourist, if at all possible, should drive out to the pictures(iue lake of l.ochaber, situate 
some sixteen miles from the town on the road towards Sherbrooke. This lake is shut in by high 
green-covered hills and is one of the most beautiful small lakes in the Province. It is noted for 
its trout fishing, and has been stocked by the Dominion ("lovernment with white-fish and salmon- 
trout. 

Antigonish is the seat of the Roman Catholic Risho|)ric of .\ntigonish, embracing the Counties 
of Antigonish, i'ictou and Ciuysboro', and the four ("ounties of the Island of ilapc IJreton. 
St. Ninians Cathedral, a large stone structure, St. Francis .Xavier College, and St. IJernards (Jonvent 
are grouped together at the west end of the town. In addition to these Catholic institutions 
there are a Presbyterian, an Anglican and a JJaptist Chinch. 

Antigonish is but eighty miles east of Truro and forty miles west of the Strait of Canso. 
'['here is a good parlor car service and the suumier rates of travel are low. The countrv around 
the town is charmingly diversified with hill and dale, lake and stream, and the town itself, with its 
wide tree-bordered streets, and fine, well painted buildings, is justly considered one of the prettiest 
in Nova Scotia. 

Supporters of this work are C. P. Chisholm, barrister-at-law, W'm. 1''. Macl'hee, barrister at-law, 
St. Francis Xavier College, Antigonish Condensed Milk Company, C. E. Harris, agent Merchants' 
Bank of Halifax, and Charles Wilkies, general merchant. 



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Ordered Cargoes of 
SOUTH AMERICAN 
LUMBER 
A Specialty. 

Qfr'OTATIONS C.lVlvN. 



Spruce, Pine, Hemlock and 
Hardwood Lumber. 



Cosi and I'ni\;ht, to any point in Wind^vard., West Indies, Cuha or Sonth /Inicriai. 

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IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN_ 



Dry Goods, Groceries and General Merchandise. 

HUNTING and FISHING PARTIES 
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BEAR RIVER, N. S. 

§KAR RIVER, a striking and picturestiue village of 1400 inhabitants, is situated at the 
head-\vati;rs of the Bear River which forms the dividing line between the Counties of 
Digby and Annapolis and about 3^j miles from the station of the same name on the 
Dominion Atlantic Railway. 

This i)retty village nestled on the steep banks of the river is completely hidden from the 
view of the traveller looking from the car window or of him who alights to look about him, but a 
short beautiful drive along the banks of the winding river where at every curve one catches glimp- 
ses of Alpine beauty, brings one cjuickly to the "Village of Hills and the Home of Cherries." 
The history of the place is full of interest. It received its name and was settled as long ago 
as 1783 when the Waldeck, Hessian and Bear River reservations were granted to disbanded 
German soldiers who had served in the British army and to Loyalists who left their homes at the 
close of the American Revolution. In 181 1 the population was further augmented by a number 
of emigrants from Yorkshire, England among whom were the Clarkes and Millers whose descend- 
ants are still found in large numbers among the present residents. 



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Soiiveiiir iiKJiaii Work 



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Fine Cigars ami Tobaccos. Patent Medicines. Stationery, School Books, etc. 
Wholesale Orders for Indian Work. Cano'ss to order. 



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<'<>V<'1'<mI CoJUillOS lor till' coincvancL' nf Passcnucrs to and from all 'Plains. Also, 

Expn'S.s and l?aj»;}»'Jlj»"<i Wugj^'OIlS for Ihr tiansiMJitation of all I'lX'igiU to and from 
.ili trains at shortest notice 

?<:ii;j;ies uiid other Liji^lit Koad Conveyances always in readiness. 



BEAR RIVER, 



NOVA SGOTIA. 



A. B. MARSHALL, 



BEAR RIVER, N. S. 



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DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. HARDWARE. ETC. 

A Pull Line of Confectionery and Fancy (loods. 
ClOARS and TOBACCOS 

OF THE BEST n RANDS. 

SODA WATER FOUNTAIN 



Ice Cold Drinks in Season. 



Assorted Flavors. 



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It is boaiitifiil lic'ie in Summer and Autinnn, l)iit in tlie moiuh of May, when tlic cherry trees, 
which are indigenous to the jjhce, jnit on their bloom it is simply delightful. At this season no 
garden made by art can be one half so perfect. I,et anyone look at this jewel of tlie Province 
from the top of one of its enclosing hills just as the setting sun is gilding all objects with its glisten- 
ing rays, and if he is not touched by its exceeding beauty he must be utterly soulless and irreverent. 

The climate is healthful and bracing and is a favourite resort for invalids tluring the summer 
and autumn months. 

]"or spoilsmen, as a centre for fishing and hunting, it has no e(iual in Nova Scotia, Trout, 
varying in si/e from one half to three pounds, may be had within easy distance of liie village. 

M(jose. caribou and bear are among tiie larger game that attract the s|)()rtsmen and are fountl 
in large numbers within lo to i 5 miles of the village. During one wei k in the open season of 
iSy6 thirteen moose were brought out of the woods as trophies of the hunt l'-\cellent guides and 
callers can be procured at short notice. 

Lumbering and agriculture are the chief industries. Apples are grown to a large extent, 
over 10,000 barrels being produced in the year 1896, and the industry is yet in its infancy. About 
six millions of lumber are annually exported by Clarke Bros , ])rincipally to ( 'ul)a and South America. 

The village is lighted by electricity and an electric railroad to connect wilii the 1 ). A. Ry., is 
t)ne of the possibilities, l^xeellent, but unused water priveleges capable of devL-loping sufficient 
power for pulp mills and factories can be purchased for a nominal sum and only await the magic 
touch of ca[)ital to convert the stirring village into a busy town. 

It has five (Churches and a New Academy of eight departments, with I'ost Office, relegrai)h 
and Telephone connections bringing it in touch with all adjoining towns. 

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Clioice Confectionery, Mounted Birds and Animals, &c. 



r^ANOES FOR SALE JJJ 
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vOOI and vitwv rooms in connection lor Tourisls. 
where Lunches, Ice Cream, Cool Drinks, ke>t 
and Inl'ornuition can be obtained. 

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.\K%.ll>OLIS. 



Bear River, -— *-- Nova Scotia. 



GEORGE T. TUPPER, 

Machinist ^^-^ glockiTiaker. 

Wool Carding A Specialty. 



Band ui d Circular Sawing of all kinds done to Order. Prompt Atten- 
tion Oiven and Satisfaction Ouaranteed. 



BEAR RIVER, " NOVA SCOTIA. 



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Bear River, tX. S. 



DEALEK IX 



Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Hedicines, 

Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes and Rubbers. Ready-Made Clothing. &c. 



Customers will find our Stock complete, comprising many articles it is impossible here to 

enumerate, and all sold at moderate prices. 

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BIRO'S EYE VIEW BEAR RIVER, EAST HALF. 



The jirincipal hotels to stop at are the Bear River Hotel, Rupert Harris, pro])., and Central 
Hotel, Mrs. i). V. 'rrooj), i)roprictor. 

The principal business men are Clark Bros., merchants ; A. H. Marshall, grocer; F. B. Miller, 
dry goods, etc.; !'". W. Purdy, livery staliles ; P. H. Read, dry goods : (leorge T. Tapper, block 
maker ; W. W. Wade, dry goods. 



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BERWICK, N. S. 



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/^JfN .American Medical Doctor who, in 1894, travelled from Yarmouth to Halifax, and visited 
^Jl almost all the towns and villages between the two towns named, in a written report of his 
travels said : " Berwick is the (]em of the Annapolis Valley." 
An iMiglish Clergyman who visited Berwick last summer (1S96), said to the writer, " I have 
heretofore visited all the chief villages and towns of the Annapolis Valley, and this is my fust visit 
at lierwick, and I am compelled to say that Berwick presents an appearance dissimiliar to the other 
villages and towns ill the \Viley — that is to say some have a beauty within, but not beyond; 
others have a beauty beyond, and no attractiveness within. But Berwick at once presents to the 
visitor the beautiful within and the beautiful beyond." 

As a health resort it is in no wise problematical, but a jjroved fact. It occupies the highest 
point in the Annapolis Valley, near to and between the sources of the Annapolis River running 




COMMERCIAL STREET. BERWICK, N. S. 



west, and the Cornwallis River running east, thus forming a water shed. Hence by the altitude 
and drainage the chmate is very (hy and invigorating. Of late years many of llic ailing have (led 
to I'erwiek for relief, and liave been wonderfully benefitted, and ' my have been wholly cured. 

The unponance of Berwick and tnc adjacent county in a commercial and agricultural |ioint 
of view is, and may be estimated correctly, by having reference lo the hooks of the railroad. It In 
computed that in the year of 1896, from a strip of country four miles in width, extending across 
tl^e Valley, from mountain to mountain (a distance of about seven miles), in which I'erwick is in 
the centre, upwards of 40,000 barrels of ap])les have been shipped, without any mention of the 
various other productions indigenous to the country : and yet by observation it will be noticed 
that a very large proportion of the country still remains uncultivated. 

As a pleasure resort, JSerwick only retiuires to be known, to be appreciated : (it might here be 
said, that much has been said and written descrii)tive of the country and the towns of Nova Scotia 
through the press, by advertising pamphlets and otherwise. Almost every village, hamlet and 
town around the shores, and on the lines of railroad in the Province have been noted and described : 
yet up to this date, no mention has been particularly made of IJerwick, its advantages and attract- 
iveness.) It is only just to say tiiat Berwick for a healthful and attractive resort is favourably sit- 
uated beyond what has already been said. It is protected from the fogs of the Bay of Fundy, and 

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at the same time it is within easy touch of its waters. One and one half hours' drive over the 
north mountain, on a good road puts one in contact with the salt air : and with the facilities for a 
day's outing on the fishing grounds. At no great distance from Herwick, and in the opposite 
direction south, over the south mountain, by a good and easy road running through Morristown, 
lies the Sportsman's Paradise. Hesides through forests of orchards and jjlantations of small fruits, 
not to be sur|)assed, if eciualled in tlie Province, and over smooth roads leading out to Aylesford, 
to Weston, to Somerset, to (Irafton, to Waterville, tkc, affording the most beautiful drives immagin- 
able. 

Berwick is well supplied with churches, schools, etc., and all necessary adjimcts of civilization 
(except liquor saloons, la A-yers' offices, etc ,) neither of the two last named has as yet obtained a 
sutificient foothold to warrant a livelihood. 

Berwick is the Mecca of Methodism, in conseciuence of tlie annual gathering at tlie ('amp 
Meetings held on the (^amp (Irounds situated only about eiglity rods from the railroad station. 
These grounds are the propel ty of tlie Methodist Denomination. By the attraction afforded by 
these gatherings, as well as tlie other attractions of the village and its environments, many of the 
superani.uated clergymen, and others of means, are Hocking to Berwick to settle down in retirement 
for life. The principal hotel to stoi) at is the ('entral House, Mrs. A A N'aughan, proprietor. 



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'DEALERS IN 



Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, I 

Dress Goods, and Fine Trimmings 

A SPECIALTY. 

Gents* Furnishings, Ready-Made Clothing, Hats 

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Queen Street, Bridgetown, N. S. 




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^^ RT nCiRTOWN is one of the ])rettii'st little villages to he found in the scenic and picturesque 
■t-' Anna|)olis Valley, Containing al)()ut one thousand inhabitants and occuping both banks 
of the Annapolis River, it is situated in the centre of a fertile and ])roductive agricultural 
district which extends for miles in every direction. 'I'lie town is well laid out and its streets as 
well as the principal cliurches are lighted by electricly An abundant supply of water unexcelled 
in (juality is obtained from the springs at the l)ase of tlie north mountain for domestic and fire 
protection purposes and a sewerage system has recMitly been laid, tluis ensuring a most healthful 
place of resort. Here are to he found the Anglican, Roman Catliolic, Bajnist, Methodist, and 
Presbyterian churches and Lodges of Masons, ( )ddfellows, foresters and Sons of Temperance. In 
addition to the numerous charming ihives around the valley tliere is one which for variety of 
scenery and cool shady roads through a hard-wood forest is />ar excv//t'//a', viz. — over the north 
mountain to the slu)res of the Hay of i-'undv. On the top of the mountain at an altitude of about 



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streets as 
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RUNCIMEN, RANDOLPH & CO., 



33E.A.IiE!IiS I3Sr. 



Dry Goods, 



Carpets, &c. ^^''^ 



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Clotliing. 



ALL KINDS OF rilODlTCK TAKKN IX KXCIIANCiE. 

BE,TIDGhEITO"V^Isr, - IST. S. 



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BRIDGETOWN 



LARRIGAN COMPANY, 




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NOVA SCOTIA. 



.MANITKAOTURKRS OK. 



Shoe Packs and Larrigans. 

LARRIGAN LEATHER SUPPLIED TO HANUFACTURERS. 



H. R. SHAW, 



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Blacksmith Supplies 
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Shelf and fjeavy fjardware, 

BAR IRON AND STEEL, PAINTS, VARNISHES, OILS, ETC. 

OoEil Oonstantly in Stoolc- 

QUEEN STREET, - - Bridgetown, N. S. 

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GRANVILLE STREET. BRIDGETOWN. N. S. 

five luindretl feet is a lirge lake lying along the road fitted up with boat house, row and sail boats, 
and on an island in the lake complete arrangements are made for j)icnies. If the pleasure-seeker 
desires a still cooler retreat, a drive of a coui)le of miles fuitlier brings him to the beach of the Bay 
of I'lindy, whose salt breezes are ever cool, fresh and invi;jorating. A fine livery stable kejrt by 
Wm. C. I5ath, makes it possiide to enjoy tlu- beauty of liill and dale at a very nominal cost. 

Bridgetown has two first-class and commodious hotels, eacli witii gootl sample rooms in con- 
nection. 'Pile drand Central ke[)t l)y Mr. K. (i: Langley, with a livery stai)le in connection, and 
tlu' Revere House by Mrs. Russell wlio lias been engaged in the hotel business for forty years. 
In addition to tliese there are many private liouses open for summer boarders at very reasonable 
rates. The principal merchants and business men are \V. C. Uath, livery stable ; Curry Kros. cr' 
Bent, lumber dealers: C). '!". Daniel, barrister : MacKen/ie, Crowe iv Co., Hridgetown l.arrigan Kac 
tory : O. S. Miller, barrister: 1"". L. Milner, barrister; J. (1. H. Parker, barrister; T. D. Ruggles 
& Sons, barristers : Riuiciman, Ranilolph it Co., dry goods : H. R. Shaw, hardware ; Strong 
& Whitman, drv goods 

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Single and Double Turnouts 



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Special Attention Given to Wedding Parties. Teams in Attendance at All Trains. 

Ample Room For Boarding and Baiting. 

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EVANGELINE 

Sash, Door h Planing Works, 

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D. & A. KAII.WAY at 

Bridgetown, Annapolis County, N, S. 

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size and style, at any point in the Provinces. 
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of all Descriptions, also, 

WOOD MANTLES 

FROM LATEST DESIC.NS. 

Building ® Materials 

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OUR HOT BLAST KlhN 

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BRIDGE\?VArER, N. S. 



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RinClEWATKR, a post town in I-uiieiibiiig Co., one of the most charming towns on tiic 
soiitlicrn shore of Xova Scotia, and iiaviiig a population of nearly 2,000 pct)plc, is situated 
on the lieautitul l.allave, at the head of its navigable \v;iters, and about 12 miles from the 
sea. It lies embosomed in tiie hills that rise from the river's banks, and has certainly much of 
the |)oetry of nature in its composition. On a sunmier's day a sail down the river and out among 
the islands which (luster in Dublin Hay, and around to the famous Crescent lieach. unexcelled 
for bathing and trotting facilities, is a treat delightful to all lovers of nature ; or one may drive 
along the banks of the river and enjoy the pancjrama presented from that vantage ground. 
Tourists are profuse in their praise of the LaHave and the [)ictures(|ue town of Bridgewater, and 
each^summer finds it growing in favor. 

The Nova Scotia Central Railway connects with the Dominion Atlantic Railway at Middle- 
ton, and runs across the province to the Atlantic coast at Bridgewater, Mahone Bay and Lunenburg. 

Mail Orders for Printing promptly attended to by The Sun Printing Company, St. John, N. JJ 

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t ^^o*" HALIFAX TO BRIDGEWATER, I 

^1^ Every Wednesday and Saturday at 8 a. m. ^^ 

I ES2M BRIDGEWATER TO HALIFAX, | 

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On tlie L-aHave River. 






Fares HALIFAX and BBIcaEWATEB, ■ ■ ■ $2.00; Betum, $3.00 

HALIFAX and LIVEBFOOL, via Coach from Bridgewater, - 3.50 ; Beturn, $6.00 

HALIFAX to LUNEl^BUBa and MAHONE BAT, via H. S. CentTal Bailway, $2.00 
HALIFAX to NEW a£BlIAN7,SFBIITQnELD&MIDDLET0N, " " $2.50 

Coniiceliiig at Bridgewater witli tJeiitral lijvilway and with Stage Line to Liverpool, Loeitport, 

Slielliurne, Harrington aod Yarnioiilli. 



W. D. COFFIN, Agent, Bridgewater. 

JOS. WOOD, Agent, 

Central Wharf, Halifax. N. S- 



D. C. MULHALL, Agent, Liverpool. 

FRANCIS DAVISON, President, 

Bridgewater. 



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BRIDGE, BRIDGEWATER, N. S. 



It opriis ii|) a fiiir aL:;ricultuial district, and ahoiinds in iiard and -cW wcjod timhrr. 

'I'lu' couiUrv lia\LTsrd is most i)iitiiius(|iic, and abound^ in ^anic and I'lsii of ail sorts. 

'I'iu' siHiKiy in and ai)oiit l,unL'ni)uig, llriducwatcr, Malionc IJay and ( 'licstcr is most i)uauti 
ful, uiiilr tiir l,alla\r, wliicii lias burn chiistrnrd "'I'hc KhinL' of Nova Scotia," is the most 
|)iclincs(|uc riser in ( "anada. 'I'lic shores abound in buautil'ul sand bcaclK'S, and offer every 
indiicenienl to '•iinmier tourists. 

i'roin r>ridge\vater stage lines connect with Liverpool, Port Medway, .Mill \'illage and other 
|)oints west, and with the .Molaga, lirookfield and C'aledonia dold Mines, and from .Mahone l>ay 
stage and steamer connects with Ciiester. 

'I'lie e(|ui|)iuent of the rcjad is e(|ual to an_\' in Canada. 'I'he road is ver\' smooth, aiul con- 
structeil witii stone culwrts, steel bridges, steel rails and safety switclies. 

'I'lie advantages for trade and commerce in ISridgewaler, ihe grand chances for the piomotion 
of manufacturing enti.r|)rises, the con\enience of situation with regard to the outsitle world, which 
;;re iiere apparent to the most careless obserwr, must commend it to the business man as a most 
desirable fiekl for business o[)erations. It is a centre for the trade of a large portion of the grow- 
ing county of Lunenburg a county rich in limber and in mineral wealth, noted for its fruitful 
larming land, and famous for its fishermen, whose craft teem the fishing grounds, and who are 



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James T. Powers & Co., 



BRIDOEWATER, N, S. 



Ci'ockepywiii'e, Olassware, 
Boots and Shoes, Stoves. &o. 



I3:.^ItI3"W^^E.E. 



SHIP CHANDLERY AND STAPLE GRDCERIES, 



Flour. Me.il, MnlnnweH, 
Pork niid Hecf. 



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Uiniiber niul Sliin«leH. 
PnlMtM iiml ( )ll« ill HiHiiHii I'liccs. 



IK, wis D.WISON. I'KIH. 



i;. II. 1> ^ . IM)N. VukI'kks. 



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EiTABUSHEO 
PORT MEDWAY. 11540. BHIDQBWATER. laGG. 



E. D. DAVISON & SON, 



15.000,000 
FEET YEARLY 
PINE and SPRUCE. 



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(IjIM:ITB3I3) 



Lumber Manufacturers, 

BRIDGEWATER, N. S 



Special Facilities for Seasoning and Sliipping Dry 

Dimension Cargos. 



SIMEON ERNST, 



■WatoHmsLlcer ancL Je-weller. 



We make a ^^ 
Specialty of ^ 



DKAI.KK IN 



ill Importers of 

^ Musical 

* Instruments 



IZ:Z:^ I Watches, Clocks § Jewelry. | rj"""" 

in the «»» JJ Connection 

Optical Line. ^ Repairs a Specialty. Work Promptly Attended To. * with this ime. 



MAIN SX. 



BRIDGEWATTER, N. S. 



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tnnection 
ith this line. 

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MAIN STREET, BRIDGEWATER, N. S. 

incifasing in mimliiT iiiul prosiu-rity «iik1 with track; (lowing in its natural ( hamirls Mridj^c 
water cannot iu'lp advancing steadily. Its principal industries arc hunlu'ring and slii|)|)inj;. 
Messrs. K. I). I )avi(ls()n il' Sons and Robert Dawson it Sons, without douht the larj;csl lunihcr 
(K'alcrs in Western Nova Scotia, aiuiually cut and ship h-oni this port many millions of feet. There 
are other lumlier mills and plaining mills, and shiniiles and laths are also uianufactured in the 
town, and in nunu'rous small mills on the river and on streams in tlu' vicinity 'The ii\er is 
na\ij;al)lc to Uridj^ewaler for vessels drawin;,,' seventeen and a half feel of water, and with the e\ 
ccption of a few weeks in winter it is ojien for eonuiierce all the year Ship huildinL;, principally 
of l»rij,'antines and fishermen, is also carrii'd on to a fair extent. 'The L^eneral store U:u\v of Bridge- 
water is increasing, and the fuie stores attract much attention. There are two i)anking institutions 
doing a good business heri' the Merchants' liank of llalit'ax and tiie Halifax I'.anking ( "o"y 
besides the agency of the Ciovernment Savings I'ank. .\merican lv\press, W. U. 'i'elegraph, N. .S- 
Telephone. Telephones ari' in nearly every store and residence, and direct communication can 
he had by telephone with Mahone Hay, Lunenburg, I'etite River and intermediate points, .Malaga 
.Mines, North lirooklield and Caledonia, and with the city of Halifax. 

With regard to the religious and moral culture, Uridgewaler is not far iiehind the age. It 
sujiports six churches the Episcopal, the Presbyterian, the Lutheran, the Methodist, tiie Baptist 
and the Roman Catholic denomiriations all have comfortable jilaees of worship, the R. C. church 
being, in point of architecture, a gem. The .Music Hall, which co>t $i i.ooo, will seal six hundred 
people, and has a stage suitable fur large companies. It is considered the best designed hall 







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Ai HIS RAILWAY connects with tlie Dominion Atlantic 
^' Railway at Middleton and runs across the Prov- 

ince to the Atlantic Coast at Lanen'burg, a distance 
of sevcnty-fonr miles. 

The scenery along the Line is picturesque and the 
towns are pleasantly situated and favorite resorts for 
Tourists, 

The forests abound with game, and the riYers and 
lakes with salmon and trout, Y/hile those who desire sea 
fowl shooting and deep sea fishing can enjoy that sport 
on the coast. 

The counties of Lunenburg and Queens are rich 
in deposits of Clold and by this Line the Mines at Brook- 
field, Molega, Caledonia, Blockhouse, Millipsic, Pleasant 
River, and Chester Basin are reached besides other dis- 
tricts which are being developed. 

Stage connections are made at Hew Germany, for 
Brookfield, Molega and. Caledonia and at Bridgewater for 
Mill Village and Liverpool, 

For further information or Time-Tables apply to 
any Ticket Agent or to 

R, M. J. McGILL, J. BRIGHELL, 

I General Passenger Agent. Gen. Manager. 

Bridgewater. H. S. 



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GENERAL. VIEW BRIDGEWATER, N. S. 

outside of Halifax. Tlie other halls divide the honors for small audiences. On the whole, it may 
t)(> siiid that P>ri(lgcvvator has extraordinary attractions, and all who visit it or take up their abode 
among its peo])]e, will be ^ire of a warm welcome and of generous treatment. 

The [)rinci[)al hotels lo stop at are : The Eureka Hotel, Mrs. S. Z. Foshay, proprietress ; and 
the Kairview Hotel, K. W. Clark, proprietor. The principal professional and business men are : 
Iv 1). Davison A' vSons, Ltd, lumber merchants; Robert Dawson k Sons, lumber merchants; 
Simeon Ernest, walclimaker and jeweler ; J. H. Hall, proprietor of the La Hiwc Gazette, a 
bright and newsy paper issued weekly; James A. McLean, (). C, barrister-at-law ; James T. 
Powers li: Co., general dealers: .\. Roberts, LI, 15., l)arrisler-at-law ; Wade iv Paton, barristers- 
al law ; J. A. Whitford, barrister.at-law and the Coastal Steamship Co. 



K()11I-:KT DAWSON. 



Established 1849. 



J. K. D.VWSON. 



Robert ]3aWsoi^ ^ S^i^s, 



anager. 



Lumber Dealers and Geijeral Merchants. 



Bridgewater 



Nova Scotia. 



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BIRD'S EYE VIEW BRIDGEWATER. N. S. 



F/RST-CLASS JOB PRINTING AT LOWEST PRICES. 









THE 



" LAHAVE GAZETTE." 



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PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. 



$1.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. 



rustcvs. Hills. I'KmrMmiiR's, r:mi|)liU'ls, 
C:iriN, Cin'ulai— , ;iiiil ;ill kiiiil- iil Coiii- 
iii(iii;il Miiil l.tK:il rriiiliiig. 



'I'lic C.iizilti' h;\s II Imi'ki' i'iiriil:itiiin, iiiiil llutc 
iori' is till' liisl ;i<lvii tisiiij; tiu'diiiin in tin 
Coiiiilv. Trv;m .\<l in ils culuniiis. 



ADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO 



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J. H. HALL, Pui>nsi>ci% - BKIDGEVYATEK, N. S. 



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BRIDGE AND PART OF TOWN. 



Wm. M. Duff, 



AGENT 



uC Local Manager Dominion ))) 
jjj Oovenunent Savings Bank. || 
\\\ Sec'y and agent Dominion /// 
ill Building & Loan Association. \\| 



BRITISH AND AMERICAN FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT 

InsLirance Companies. 
BRIDGEWATER, - - Nova Scotia. 



W K. STODDflRT I CO., 



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f'roprietors Jt5j*id^s^Viiter xiarpess ^tore 

Tel No 49 BRIDGEWATER, N. S. P O Box, ,48. 

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MAIN STREET, CANNING, N. .S. 



CANNING, N. S. 

HH Townsliii) of Coniwallis lies in the north-oast i-ornor of the County of Kind's, having tlx' 
Cornwallis or (Jreat Habitant River on tlie soiitli, tlic ]>asin of Miiuss, or jNIinas l»asin on 
the east, and the Bay of Fundy on the iiortii si le. These coavtMiienues to navigation, 
oou[>kHl with its stretches of level dyke land, reclaimed from the sea, its rich and beautiful uplands 
and farms, its heavily ladened orchards, or in early summer its massive clouds of bloom, its 
beautiful drives and scenery, and lastly its phenomenal tides and its proximity to regions of 
tradition and poetry make it, for the inxcstor, the tourist, or the man weary of Imsiness, the most 
attractive part of th(! Annajjolis N'alley. 

PerhajKs in no part of this continent has Nature exerted herself more to bring and combine 
within a like erea so much variety of form, color and substance, or blend them in such happy 
combinations. 

Leaving Kentville by the Ooruwallis Valley Branch of the Dominion Atlantic Railway, 
thirty minutes brings us to Canning, the centre of this region. Here ample liotel accommoda- 



EsUinates given on all kinds of Printing. The Sun Printing Company, Ltd, St. Jolin, N. B. 



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i, having the 
liis Jjiisiu ou 
iijivigatioM, 
bit'ul Hjilands 
)f hlooin, its 
;o regions of 
less, the most 



and coniltino 
11 sucli huiipy 

itie Railway, 
acconinioda- 

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♦ 4 4 

\Ve Manufacture a Full 

Line of all kind of 

CHOPPING AXES 

AND 

BROAD AXES. 

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HAND=nADE AXES 

A SPECIALTY. 

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BLENKHORN & SONS, 



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t CANNING, N. S. 



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Edge Tool Manufacturers and Coal Dealers. 



EATON & CO., 

IMPORTERS OF... 

FLOUK, FEED AND STAPLE 

GllOGEKIES. 

f^ Exporters of Potatoes, g^ 

cann1ng7n. s. 



H. G. MARTIN, 



Dealer Ii^ 



Groceries and Crockery ware, 

A Full Line fledicines, Etc. 






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MAIN STREET. CANNING. N. S. (CONTINUED) 






tion is ))rovi«le(l, and we may reach, by the most delightfu' jS, the many points of interest 

aromid ns. It is always well to study, by the aid of a mt , topography of an locality, as we 

K<'(> iiion- dearly the relation of events, especially if they be of historic interest. In half an hour 
we are driven to Kingsport, on the Hasin of Minas, where we may batlie till we are content. Tlu' 
'K'iich is a long level reach of red sand stratehing far out under the tide, yet declining so gradually 
that at the ebb of the tide, which occurs twice in ea<*h day, a margin half a mile wide of shining 
sand is left exposed to the sun. When the tide comes again the heat absorbed is given up to the 
water, which becomes distinctly warm and reaches a temjterature higher than any other place of 
the sami' latitude. This sheet of water was the beaver pond of (Jloo.scap, the diety of the IMicmac 
Indians, who were the aborigines of the country. Cape Split is the nunnant of the dam by which 
he enclosed it, and Spencer's Island is his great pot, which is now turned upside down. Here 
also is hot '1 accommodation, and from hern daily a steamer runs to Parrsboro, jxissing dii'<ctly 
under the shadow of Hlomidon, which stands to the north of u.s. The works which reclaim a 
large tract of land from the sea in this vicinity, and which have just been completed, will also be 
an objeci of interest. Returning again to Canning we may set out for JMomidoa or we may jno 
ceed direct from Kingsport. In either case we must climb the North Mountain. Arriving at the 
look-ofl" after an hour's drive or more, we have sjiread out before us one of the most beautiful pros 
|»ects which it is possible to conceive. Down at our feet lies the valley, checked into rectangular 
blocks by landmarks, the black green ut' the woodland, the brighter green of grassland, and the red 

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locality, as we 
II half an liour 
content, 'I'lic 
ig so gradually 
ide of sliiiiiii<]; 
iven up to tli<' 
other place of 
of the Miciiiiic 
dam l»y wliicii 
down. Here 
iissing directly 
liich reclaim a 
3d, will also lie 
»r we may pro 
Irriving at the 
beautiful pros 
ito rectangular 
d, and the reil 



squares of upturned soil, threaded hy little streams, which appear like silver lines, the mingling 
of land and water, the houses wiiicii dot its entire surface, the villages which r.estle in slii'lter, 
the ships which move in and out with every tide, forming a picture whicii can only he known or 
appreciated when it is seen, and once seen will always ho rememliered. 

Uet'irning now to Canning we in ly enjoy a walk in the latter part of tli<^ afternoon or 
toward evening, for at this tinni the air is always cool, 'i'he tour st will Ik? attracted liy the 
abundance and the rich green color of tln' trees wh ch raise their graceful forms in .ill directions, 
and if he shall arrive at the later part of the season he will see it mingled with clusters of beauti- 
ful colored fruit, beneath which the branches bend. Th(i village! is directly on the bnik of the 
Habitant Hiver, so named by the Krench beca\isi' in the vicinity some of the first s(!ttlt'inents 
w.^re njude. Here we have the phenomena of the tide^. 'I'lie tide w.iv.- moving along becomes 
contra«!ted in the ever narrowing channeis of the s(!a arms which stretch up into the land, nnd in 
si.v hours has risen to a perpmidiirular height of thirty feet. Sitting in any of the hotels we may 
look out and see the .'•hips afloat and an e.xpanse of land covered with Wiit"r. Look again a little 
later and it has disappeaied, and the vessels are left high on the bank-! and no water within two 
miles of them, giving their black hulls the appearance of a whale lost on a prairie 

We will be impressed also by the uniform niNitiiess of thn hous s in general, the air of com- 
fort which jtrevades all, and by the apparent dispostiion of the peojilc not to hurry or worry, but 
to make the most of hio as they go along. Yet they are up to the tiim^s, and have expended a 
large sum in bringing into the town one of the bcist water supplies that was possible to 
have laid down, sup]tlying by gravity fi-om the .side of the North Mountain the purest of water, 
and at such a pressure as to give also on(> of the best lire services that could be devised Its mills 
and stores bespeak an industrious peo|»l(!, and in formei' times might be seen ships lying side by 
side on the stocks and the yards swarnn d with workmen. We would not be doing justice did we 
not mention the hospitality of its people as well as the exellency of its cliaiat«\ Not too hot nor 
too cold, tempered always by the sea, one inhales not only in its atmosphere but in the spirit of 
its surroundings, an element of iv'st and strength which can be found only at this place. Nor 
need we stop here, for, taking our carriage, we may in an hour or more reach the regions of Grand 
Pre, made famous by Longfello" Nc-arer than this is Wolfville, the seat of Acadia College; 
Port Williams and Kentville, n - any of which will constitute a charming drive not to be 

e(pialled by any other part of the ^ai. .;n of the Annapolis Valley. 

The principal merchants are IJleiikhorn it Sons, edge-tool manufacturers ; Eaton & Co., gen- 
eral innrchants ; It. (!. Martin, general merchant. 



Belcher's Almanac 



of the 

Province of Nova Scotia. 



ifciRtULATlON 2O.OO0I 



The Finest Advertising Medium in tlie World. 



'>.i"< i."< ''<i,i"ii, ii i,ii'ii,i"ii,i"ii,i" i"i i<'>i 



rOR FURTHER rARlTCULARS ADDRESS,- 



AT. JOHK, >l. B.. or 



McALPINE DIRECTORY CO.. HAMrri..: 



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Board and Sale 



(Opposite 1). A. Ktiilway Wt{itit)n) 

13IOBY, - - NOVA tr^COTIA. 







rir^t-clas^ Tearrv3, Tahdem^, Four-irN-HakrscJ-s, Buck- 

boarcl^, ahd all klr%c|^ of LIv/ery at 

Hohe^t Prices. 



En(;.\(;i:mi;\ts wiiii C(^\imi;k(1ai.s and Tokkists Soijciti-.h 
.... I'.V WlKK Ok Lf.itkr 



H. B. CHURCHILL, Proprietor. 



TELEPHONE No. 9. 

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WATER STREET, DIGBY, N. S. 



NEW DRUG STORE. 



L. R. MacLareii, 



l?r()j)rietor. 



— I)I';ai,i-:i< in — 
l)i'ii;^s, l':iti3iit Mc'diciiie.s, Druggists Sii])plii's, Etc. 



PPpCpp J PTIONS C>»/?eFL/i.Ly COMPOUNDED DAY OR NIGHT. 

DIGBY, ite NOVA SCOTIA, 



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WATER STREET, DIGBY. N. S. 



DIGBY, N. S. 

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(|r\l(}|5V, tho prettiest town in the Maritime Provinces, lies on the western shore of tliat broiid 
('.\l)ans(! of water, the Basin, where the Annapolis River empties into the IJay of Funtiy. 
Snugly ncstliiii,' ai tlie foot of sumiy hills it looks out over the beautiful waters which )>ay their 
lioniagc with uuiriiiuring ripple. On its hosoni the boats, with ladies at the oars, the white saileil 
pleasure yaclit or the (juickly moving canoe give it animation and variety. 

Digby is rapidly becoming the most popular summer resort in Canada; nowhere else are the 
vaiied re(|uirements whicli go to make up an ideal watei-ing ;)lace more fully met. Trees and 
•lowers are evcrywiieie in rich jjrofusion. The scenery is magniticent, and the outlook cvc^r vary- 
ing as some trick of shadow or sunlight gives a variety of which one never tires. All around tJK* 
gently riing ui lands arc dotted witli farm-houses and orchards, while behind the everlasting hills 
stand beckoning to etch other and whisper of the days when the French explorers sailed by Mieir 
shores, and t\w savages raised the echoes with the war-hoop. Here is the home of tlie cherry, 
when that luscious fruit attains to a si/e and flavor unknown elsewhere and during the season is 
produced in large quantities. There is capital fishing in tlui IJasin and outside on the waters of 
the Bay for the more venturesome- Inland there is abundance of excellent trouting on the lakes 

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WATER STREET, LOOKING SOUTH. DIGBY, N, S. 



and streams, and facilitins for enjoying Imtli are uiniilc. Well e(iiii|nvd livei'y staples jn'ovide 
teams for pleasant outings over excellent roads. Fog> t'lat so often tenders driving at tin; .seaside 
so unpleasant and dreary during a considerable part of the .summer i.s no drawback in Digby. 
When the outside bays are filled witli it, it finds no resting place in tJie l)asin, 'I'lu! pure sea 
breezes of the outer ocean come, gently interspersed by thi; intervening hills, mild, health-giving 
and exhilirating. 

(lood accomodation is obtainable at reasonable rates and visitors may depend upcm being well 
l)rovided for. Kach y<;ar sees increased denninds in this respect, which is met by additions t ) the 
number of (piiet, but exceedingly comfortable boarding places. 

The town is supplied with an excellent water system. Its streets and sidewalks .ire care- 
fully kept, and it is lighted by electricity. 



D. & O. SPROUL, 



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Suppliers of PISHIINQ OUTHITi) 
r^ SHIP STORES, QROChRIBS.&c 



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Fresh, Ory, 
Salt and Pickled 



-DKAI.ICHSS IX- 



FISH 



Live and Canned Lobsters. 
I'innan Haddies and Dulse. 



DIGBY, 



NOVA SCOTIA. 

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isters. 
1(1 Dulse. 



Lyinjj in llir (lirccl. line of tnivd, it U cnsily ncccs.sililf l.y train or stcinilioiit. The 
honiinion Atlaiitii- |{ailwiiy |i,ishcs dirt'cdy tlu-«u«ii il, uml tlicir t'liht iiiul elegant hoal tlir 
" l'riiu'«) Hiipcit," croMses from St. .lolin twice, daily, in tlic sunimcr. Tiic i'.alicr line rf steamers 
iictwcon ViirniouMi iiijd IWhston, convey touristH from the latter city to l'ij,'l'y, i" -I limirs from 
from tint time of leavin;,'. 

Tile inineipal hotels and nnnimer lioaniini,' lioii.ses to stop at arc: 'The Hay of Kniuly Mouho 
(summer), John ( )'('onnor.s, jiroprietor ; Clillord House, J. \V. .Main, proprietor; IC\ant,'eline Housh 
(summei), T. W. I ;(inj,'stair, proprietor ; L(.\ver Lodj{e (summer), Mrs, delJalinhard, propri(ilr«'.s8 ; 
.Myille ll<aise (snuMiier), W. S. Troop, pioprietor ; New IJoyal Motel, I'.. Stailiuv, proprietor; 
I'arker IIouhc, (sununer), .Mrs. \V. 11. I'arkci-, proprietor; Victoria House, Mrs. V. 11. Kaulknctr, 
proprietress; Waverly House, .Miss Woodman, proprietress. The principal )>rofessional and 
luisincss men ure : John Clmloner, diui,'i^ist; II I!. Churchill, livery stulilc '"unison Copp, 
iiiirrister ; \'] !•",. I'.llcrslmw, liarri^tci ; I,. U. .MiicLaieii, dru;.';,'ist ; H. (i. M . I'arristcr ; 

J. ( ". Schreve, liaiiister; D. S: O. Sproiii, lish and general nu'ri'hant«s . I'. •>, S. Tiask, 
hair dresser and liarhcr. 



J. CHAUONEF^, 

Wholesale Druggist and Dispensing Chemist 



DIGBY. N. S. 



NEW ROYAL HOTEL 

HAIR DRESSING ROOMS. 



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^ lluir Cutting-, Shaving-, 

k'l Shaiiii»o()iiig'. 

if}} Aii|Min(iinii<i- Ki'ia clriiM. ( ,ui', pr.iiii|il. 

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SAINT JOHN, N. B. 

f3(>()lv and .Jot^ Printinj^, 

IN ALL ITS BRA NCHEIS. 

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FACILITIES FOR DOING FIUST-Cl.ASS WORK UNSURPASSED. 

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GLACE BAY, C. B. 

^HE Town of (Hare 15ay is very pleasantly situated and is on the linoc,i the Sydnev and 
1,0 isburg Railway, a short distance iron, Sydney, C. H. It ,s a nnn.n, town of nn , t 
T .ceandhasa population of 3,500, being located in the centre of the munng d.su t. 
having the Sterling, Hub, Caledonia, and in a radius of six nules are the Donunu.n No. ,, 
Bridceoort and Port Morien Mines. • . ., Kn ,. ■„ 

tL tourists could spend a few days here to great advantage, and could go nno the d fie, en 
,.ine , as visitors are allowed to go through and see how hard the nnners have to work tc. ca n 
Z: daily bread. The co.presse:- in the CaledonH Mines is one o t e V^^^^^j;^^^ ;^ 
seen in the machinery line. This nunc turns out 3,Soo tons of coal da,l>. 1 lu nuu Iuk y u, 
he mines are of the latest paterns and n.ade by the best manufacturers I he general oth, es and 
tne nnncs aic 1 ,.,,,,.,, .\ innutiful si"ht on a br ght sunmier s mcMiung 1. 

head.iuarters for minuig stores are also heie. A beautuui si^ni o t, 

to sei the American fishing fleet, vessels numbering from 60 to ,00, hshmg oil the tou . 

The roads are good, the scenery magnificent, and the huntmg and fishmg ex< ellent. A ^. n 
pleasant' dHvo is to the Mira River and then take a row or sail up the strean, ; ,t >s 33 nnles ,n 
g h and dotted here and th..e with small islands, and tourists taku,g th.s sad w,l see some o, 
he^est scenery there is to be found on the Island of Cape Breton. A steamer, sad-boa <.r ro.- 
Lcatbe hired here at reasonable prices. Sahnon and trout are the fish that are caught n, ti. 
river and streams. The trout are of excellent .,uality and large u. s,.e, son.e t.pp.ng the sc e 
7 .4 pounds have been caught here. If you do not care for salmon or trout hshmg y^u H 
lb le to go out in a boat a short distance off the town and here are mackerel, c-od fish herru g a ul 
lobsters in abundance. In the hunting season the woods are full of partrulge and w.ld uu.-ks, ., . 
The best hotel to stop at is the Petrie House, Mrs. Petrie, propnetoress. 

The Western Union and C. P. R. have telegraph connections here, and the Lnu.n Lank of 

Halifax has a branch office. ,„;„;„„ i,,wn 

While on the way to Louisburg stop ..ff, if il is only for one day, and see what a nunn.g to.n 

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KENTVILLE, N. S. 

^'Ili', County of Kings claims, and lias more tlian a mere seniimenlal riglil lo claim lo he the 
"Cianlen of Nova Scotia." If nature has been lavi>h of her hounties, and has slrewn her 
'*' gifts of (liveisified scenery land and sea, hill and dak', wocjd and stream, level meadow 
.nil! lolling upland with a heiiericient hand, man has not lueii slow to a\ail himself (if her gifts, 
and liring Iut ama/ing resources of fertility and wealth into a high slate of cultivation and deselop 
nuiU. In no countrx' under the sun do the richly cultivati'd fields and wide expanses of hlooming 
orchai(N. the commodious hamlets and laden liarns, the' smiling \illages and hustling towns give 
more e\ idtnce of a contented, happy and prosjierous people I'he peaceful and |)iosperous con 
ditinns which tlu' genius of Longfellow imagiiud in his clas-ic story of the Acadians are enhanced 
a thousand fold under the untiring energy of their successors in the " Land of l^vangeline.'" 

'I'he ("ount\' seat is the Town of Ki'iUmIIc, |ileasantly and pi( turesi|uely >iluated at a [loint on 
the ( 'ornwallis River where slo|)ing hills and lofty w(j(jded liliiffs coiueige and constrict its fertile 
inter\ale into a narrow strip, whence it gradually liioadeiis into the fiuilful and jiroductive meadows 

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Orgaiii/cd 1S92. Ii joiatcd under Act Doniinion I'arliamciil i(S(/). 

Was oigani/L'd for the ])iir})ose of promoting the trade and general interests of tile 'I'own. 

IS AFFILIATED WFi'H THE MARFri.MI'. I'.OARD 



StrJlllJ»-ors, Tourists, ami especially Tlltendilljy;: Settlers, in need of such information 

as the Hoard can furnish, will he most courtiously rect'ived. The Hoard 

will deem it a pleasure to answer any such iiKiuiries. 



C.VA). K. CAI.KIX, Si;(.ki:r\in. 



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DeWolfe & Lamont, 

Red Store, Kentville, N. S. 

Oil) l''iKM rSj.S. .-. Ni:w Imrm iSc;;. 

69 Years in Same Store 

and no OLD STOCK. 



■f'/, Ji't- arc here for Biisiiucs nn a /•'inn luniiidalinu. 



Flour and Grocery Store, ^;^^^^^:^- 

1 li:.\i)i,iu \ui IKS I'ou ToiRi>is. ("oMi; and Ski, L>. 

Youps u^uly, M. G. DeW^OLFE, 
R. H. LAMONT. 



NOVA SCOTIA carriage: CO. 



KENTVII^IvB, 



Novel Scotia. 




Scml liir L'.'italouiic niid >ei.' cmr oUui Slyks. 

OUR WAGGONS are TRADE WINNERS. They arc at the hcnd of the cIms-. Ncnt. aitrjictiM 
ilinalplf. well ilnislii'il. and m)1(1 at prices that cannot l)e rivalled, wiieii value fur value is considered. 
Wo hiiild a laru:c variety ol styh's. 

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which afterwards bordor and adorn the tortuous course of the river till it is lost in the Basin of 
•Vlinas. The main town hes east and west along this narrow belt of intervale, and oullyinn 
suburits wind round the little valleys or are perched airly on the hillsides on both sides of the 
river. The town is embossed among woods elm, maple, oak and the ever present apple tree : 
and seen from any of the over-looking hills, its while dwellings and church s[)ires glinting through 
masses of brilliant foliage, present as charming and romantic a picture as the eye may see or the 
mind conceive. 

From the neighboring heights conunanding views may be obtainetl of extensive reaches of 
country in several directions. Northward rises the i)uri)le and wooded mass of the North 
Mountain, with lllomidon at its eastern entl, and in the foreground, stretc:hing to its base, lies the 
broad and fertile district of Cornwallis IIkc a map in relief, every distinctive shade and color shown 
true and perfec-t in the clear atmosphere. ICastward the |)lacid bosom of Minas rellects the deeper 
blue of cloudli'ss skies : and the broad meadows of (hand l*re, reclaimed by the incessant toil of 
the Acadian, are llecked with varying shades of green as the light wiiul stirs the grass. And, earlv 
in June, the whole country, far and wide in e\ery direction, is white with tiie blossom anil scentetl 
with the fragrance of the apple. 

Until recently the i)0[)ulation of Kentville was com|)aratively small, but of late its develop- 
ment has been marked, and it now has over 2,000 inhabitants. 'I'he town is laid off with regu- 
larity, and there is ready access to all points. The stn'et'. are broad and level, and in the main 



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DIGBY AND ST JOHN SERVICE. 

ipLTatcd l)y tlic "PKINCE KUPEllT " lliL' most |)crlV(l ;iiul fastrsl Passenger Stcamn 
on llif I'.asleiii ScaDoard. 'I'liis route l)et\vi'i'ii Halifax and St. John, N. I'.., is 86 

miles shorter than by anv other. 



Evangeline Navigation Company. 

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S. S. EVANGELINE BORO dunngr Navlg^atlon. 



MARITIME EXPRESS COMPANY. 

with oftices at Halifax, Windsor, Yarmouth, St. John, N. 1>., Boston, Mass., and all the Stalioii> 

on the Dominion Atlantic Railway. Traffic exchanged witli the leading l^\|)ress ('ompan 

ies of Canada and the United States. I'ree delivery at Halifax, U'indsor, Var- 

nioiilh, St. John, N. 1'., i'oj.ion, Mass. 

Ofifice 126 HoUis St., Halifax, N. S. Wm, I'raskk, Man. and Treas. 

ASK FOR TICKETS Via THE KOMINION ATLANTIC RAILWAY at the offices of T. Cook & Son and H. Gaze & Son, New 
York, Philadelphia, Washington, Newark, Montreal, Toronto, Hamilton, Chicago, Quebec, and all the Railroad 

Offices, or at the Company's Office. 

Halifax--126 Hollis Street, St. John, N. B.,--1I4 Prince William Street. Boston--228 Washington Street 

FOR ALL INFORMATION WRITE OR APPLY 



^V. R. CAMPBELL, Oenepal Manager 
K. SUTHERLAND, Superintendent 
P. OIFKINS, Passenerep Tpaflic Supt. 

KENTVILLE, N. S. 



^Vm. FRASER, Oen. FpelKht Agent, 

126 Hollis Street, Halifax, N, 8. 
A. D. HEW AT, Maplne Agrent, 

114 Prince Wm. Street, St. John, N. B. 






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JOHN I. LLOYD, Proprietor, - ■ KENTVILLE, N. S. 



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SA.W -M.TUI-* OXJTFITS. 



Oi'K Si'ixiAi.iMCS. — liaiid Sau Mill Machinery. Imi)rove<l Kolaiy Saw Mills, with Citcii Mountain Dogs, also Screw I'o.st 
Dogs, Turbine Water Wheels, Tower Feeil Gang Kdger's, liiizz and Surface I'laner.s, Heading Rounders, Stave 
Machines, .Stave Jointers, Stave Planers. 



TJ2f Advertiser, 



KENTVILLE, N. S- 



It is published weekly and ii 

The Leading Newspaper, 
The People's Newspaper. 
The Advertisers' Newspaper 



H. O HARRIS, Bditor eind Proprietor. 



TERMS ^i.oo— STRICTLY IX ADVANCE. 



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The bt'st Xt:\vs and Advertisinf^: Medium in the famous Cornwallis and 

Annapoli.s Valleys. 

ADVl'R'riSINC. RATES FURNISHKl) ON APPLICATION. 

J. PUBLICOVER HAIR DRESSI NG SALOON. 

WEBSTER ST., (next door to Post Olticc) KENTVILLE, N. S. 

1_^ITTE1) up with ill! inodt'in i'.nprovoin s. Toliaccos and Cijiiir.s, also Pipes. One of the linest 
an-an$i;c(l shops in tUc Marilimc Provin>,..-*. First-class woikiiu-n on hand, and the pul)lic can Ite 
suiU'd in flrst-chiss stvle. 



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CHURCH STREET, KENTVILUE. N. S. 



\vc;ll shaded ; they arc i;\(:ci)tionally dry and clean, the sandy nature c)f the soil rapidly absorhin;^ 
moisUire, and the grading swiftly diverting the rainfall into the river. It is largely owing to this 
fatt, in comhination with its slielteretl situation and the saluhricly of its climate, that Kcnlville 
enjoys a reputation for lieallhiness and freedom from disease second to none on the continent, 
ils death rate averaging only two in the 1,000. Tliere are a more tl>an usual nundier of heautiful, 
artistic and commodious private residences, evincing alike tlie taste and means of the owners. 
Tile newer building that are being constructed are designed not less for artistic effect than for i\w 
attention to comfort, convenience and sanitary conditions, 

'{"lie l)usiness houses are concentrated round the ])rinciple s(|uare, in close proximity to llic 
railway station. Many of liiem are extensive, and contain (lis|)lays of goods that in point uf 
value, variety a, hI novelty are rarely found outside of, and would do credit to the larger citie>. 
The lotel accomnodation is ample and good. The principal ones are the Aberdeen, I). McLeod, 
propriitor, and tlu Porter House, W. H. Townsend, ])ro[)rietor. 

Situated in tne centre of one of the iinest agricultural and ])astoral districts in the world, it 
follows that the cost of living is extremily reasonable, the taxation is significantly light, being only 
$1.50 |)er .$100 : inexpensive sites for either residences or factories are readily |)rocurable, and the 
transit faculties are all that ran In- de-ired, even to tlu' " Idying lllucnose " (Apri'ss train and 
rullman cars. 

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In its social aspects the conditions are eminently superior; its educational advantages are 
exceptionally good, Kentville Academy having gained a distinctive refjutation all over the 
Province : and there are various facilities for cultivated intellectual enjoyment and intercourse. 
The religious denominations are well represented, there being Catholic, l'",pi^copal, I'resbyti'rian, 
Baptist and Methodist churches in the town, '{'he town is also a sort of favorite heachiuarters for 
the sporting fraternity. Ciame of various kinds, for either gun or rod, abounding in the vicinity 
in their several seasons. The streams in the vicinity abounding in fish, and the desciple of I'aak 
Walton may here revel in a paradise specially created for hiiu. Should the tourist prefer tlu' gun 
to llu' rod to satisfy his s])ortsmanlik(.' instincts, all he has to do is to visit KentvilK' in the autumn 
and he can have his I'lU of woodcock, partridge, snipe and duck shooting. 

As the County seat Kentville has always enjoyed a certain degree of distinction, and secured 
a very considerable amount of business, and as facilities for trans|)on and interconununication 
increased, its merchants were not slow to avail themselves of the new i-onditions. The town is the 
liead(|uarters of that enterinising and progressive corporation, the Dominion .Atlantic Railway, and 
also of its machine and car sho|) : and this fact, coiubined with its fortuous location, has had 
nuu h tf) do with its growth and |)rogres.-;. In order to keej) abreast of the tiiues, and recognizing 
the advantages that would ensue, the town becanie incor|)orated some nine years ago, and thus 
took its fortunes and the management of its municipal affairs into its own hands, 'i'he results 
have more than justified antici[)ations. Water was brought into the town from a distance of over 
three miles for jjurposes of fire jMotection and domestic use : and eflicieiit vf)lunteer fire and pro 
tective companies have been organized, with the result that a large reduction has been made in 
the cost of fire insurance, i'he streets of the town were graded and improved, new avenues of 
approach were ojjened, and substantial iron bridges were erected over the Cornwallis River and 
Kentville Hrook. Later an electric liglit company was formed, and the streets, stores, hotels and 
many private residences are lighted with incandescent lights. Numerous buildings, factories, stores 
and residences have been erected, trade has expanded in a remarkable degree, and the town has 
now become an acknowledged commercial centre and point of receipt and distribution for a wide 
adjacent territory that Is both populous and fertile. 

As a centre from which the tourist can visit outlaying points of interest, viz: I.ookoff, 
r.lomiden. Bay Shore, (Irand Pre, (laspereaux Valley, etc. Kentville offers exceptional ad- 
vantages and teams can be secured at reasonable rates. 

From what has been written, and the half has not been told, it will be a])i)areiU that 
Kentville is aggressively progressive and keeping well in front of the limes. There is no 
more beautifutly situated, cleanly or attractive town to be found anywhere, and this is saying 
a good deal, but not a word too nuich. Nestling under monarch trees, and sheltered from 
the rude blasts, by the hills, which hem it in on every side, it is an ideal residential retreat. 
The air is pure and mild, occasionally tinctured with a whiff of ozone from the sea, blown 
a<:ross the intervening meadows. 

The scenery on every hand is rich, varied and romantic, and delightful walks and drives 
abound in all directions. 'I'he restraining and modifying handiwork of man is everywhere 
hlended harmoniously with the abounding luxuriance of nature. Looked down ui)on with 
neighboring heights, it would appear a veritable "Sleeping Hollow," but for the scream of 
the locomotive, and the vibrant rumble of the trains. Without going down into the busv 
streets near the railway station no one would suspect that it was a great and active trading 
centre, and imagine what volumes of traffic pass daily out and in. 

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Tlic wiso and fostering; guardians nf its inuni( ipal and public bodies have within the past 
few years not alone revolutinni/rd the oiitwanl |)hysieal appearance of the town, l)ul Ikui 
^tiniuiati'il a iieaUliy and reliant public -.pirit diu\ given a marked impetus to tratle and enter 
prise. The result lias i)een a suiistantial advance in everything that makes for the welfan, 
the comfort and the convi'nivnce oi the comnnmity : and the advani'e has been a healtin, 
steady and solid one I^ver\ >te|) gained lias been steadfastl)' held and made the vantage 
ground for a further adsance. Kelsing on tiie public >.|)irit of its citi/ens, on tiie s|)ecial 
advantages of its situation in the ceiiire of a rich, fertile and jiopulous country, on its ciiarm 
ing smroimdings. and on Many natural and social attractions, it may be confidently |)redicte(l 
that what has lu'en gaineil and accompli-.hecl is but the fu^st fruits of the harvest that will he 
reaped i;nd garnered in the coming years, it is for this reason and upon these groimds, 
tiiat the 'I'own of KeiUville claims that it offers peculiar attractions for residents and visitors, 
and |)ossesses special .advantages for, and will give every encouragement and aid to, the establish 
nient of manufacturing and industrial undertakings Come and see us anyway and judge for 
yourself, i'aihng this, communicate with the .Mayor, 'I'own ( !lerk, or Secretary of the Hoard of 
'I'radi', and accural' reliable information will be cheerfully furnished you on any siiljject relating In 
the town or district. 

A fust-class newspaper is published here wi'ckly called the Advertiser, H. (1. Harris is the 
proprietor and editor : the terms ari' one dollar pir \ear. .See adviMtisement |)er index. 

The leading professional and business jjcople are 1 )eWolf i^r l.amont, grocers, tVc. ; Lloyd 
.Manufacturing Co , manufacturers of machinery : l''red. A. Masters, barrister-atlaw : Nova Scotia 
( ,'arriage ( 'o., manufacturers of carriages ; John I'ublicover, hair-diesser and barber : W. E. Rosese. 
barrister-atlaw : W. 1*. Shaffner, barrister at law ; Webster iV Robertson, barristers-at-law : Wick- 
wire A- Cogswell, barrister^-at-law. 




BRIDGE. LIVERPOOL, N. S. 

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MAIN STREET. LIVERPOOL. N. S. 



LlVIiRPOOL, N. S. 

£» IX'ERPOOI,, N. S., originally Port Rossignol, a post and money order settlement, the county 
^ town of (Jiieens, is prettily situated at tlie head of l,iveri)ool I5ay, on the River Mersey. 
The Morsey takes its rise in Annapolis County, and flowing through a series of lakes, 
amongst which is Rossignol, the largest inland sheet of fresh water in Nova Scotia, flows into tiie 
sea at this point It is navigable for small vessels about two miles only. The Town of Liverpool 
is very attractive in appearance, especially in summer, when the Main Street is almost embowered by 
the foliage of the numerous large trees. The climate, even in the hottest weather, is generally 
tempered by the sea breeze from the Atlantic, and justly entitles Liverpool to the credit of being 
a health restorer for invalids and city residents fagged out by excess of business or pleasure. In 
the neighborhood are many pleasant drives and walks, the drive round western head rewarding one 
with very i)retty bits of scenery, with a bold lookout on tlu broad ocean. Beach Meadow and 



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Suninu'i villi' ricacli affoid sijlendid hard sand for a spin with a ^ood team. "Hill's drove," of 
j)in<' irt't's is cclLhraled as a resort of picnicLMs. The harhor and river furnish excellent boating 
facilities Ciood salmon and trout fishing can he had in the season within easy reach, deep sea 
fishing as well, while llie n\oose iiunting in the fall is unsurpassed in any part of the Province 
IiUelligciil Indians or reliable while hunters can always he obtained to accompany a hunting 
party. .\ trip from headwaters down the lakes in a canoe is most enjoyable and exciting. 

-Milton, some two mili's ',;p the river, is the "mill-town" where the giants of the forest, after 
their voyage down tlu: many lakes anil streams, are converted into luml)er for shipment to the 
West Indies and other parts. Milton is a very pretty village, extending for over a mile on eithe,- 
hank of the river, and its comely residences inilicate a large measure of '• welhto-do-ness '" in the 
.Millonians who number about 1,200. An Indian camp is located at Up[)er Milton, 

The trade of Liverpool is principally with the West Indies, the exports being fi.sh and lumber. 
The po])ulation of this town is about 2,500. Liverixxjl harbor is never fro/.en over so as to impede 
navigation and from its i)osition is one of the best ()laces on the coast to carry on the fishing and 
West India business and for establishing manufacturing enterprises. It is 104 miles frcmi Halifax 
via the (Nova Scotia) Central and the Dominion Atlantic Railways. 



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LINCOLN STREET. LUNENBURG. N. S. 

I^UNKNISUKO, N. S. 

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•()KMI':R1A' calk'd .Mrrli,i^ui>lu', is iIk' oldest srltlcnu'iit loniKd l>v ihf liiilisli in Ndva 
Scotia. Il is tlu' shiiTtown of I .niu'iihiirn- ( ■oiiiity and llu: cliicf fishiiii:; port in Canada. 
Situated on the Atlantic coast, 40 iniKs \>y water from Halifax, \. S., and is the teiininus 
\,iiKvav (N'ova Scotia) which makes connections at MiddKtoii, N. S., with the 



of the Central I 

l>omini(jn Atlantic Railway for Halifax, l)i'j;l)v, St. lohn, N'armoiith and Uoston. 'This town 1 



las 



the larjj;est fi.shing licet in Canada, heing eiig.iged in the hank fisheries. Thi:re is also a large 
West India and coa.sling fleet, the local fleet not heing able to supply the demand. 'I'hoiisands of 
i|iiintal.s of cod fish aii' imported from Xewfoundland and other ports, whence they are exported 



to the West Indies. The harbor 



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nagnilueiit oik', ami tourist.s will enjo\' themselves immense- 



ly either boating, fishing, or bathing, the last nientioned being indulged in to a great extent on 
account of the fine sandy beach. 'i'he scenery around the town cannot be beat. The roads are 
good both for carriage and bicyclists. It is a beautiful sight to see the fi.shing fieet leave the 



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bright 



summer morning, and as the air is vt'ry bracing it is recommended as one of 



the finest for invalids to go to to regain heakh ami strength 

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LOUISBURG, C. B. 

(r7*)C)UlSI'>L'R(l, ('. I>., a SLa|>urt, |)ost and money order town in Cape Hreton County, on 

j^^ the south cast side of (.'ape lireton, 26 miles from Sydney, via tlie Sydney and l.ouishur^ 

Railway This old and historic town lias been, and is now, ore of tiic most interesting 

places for the tourists to visit in Cape iJreton. The ruins of the old fort are still to be seen, ami 

it is not an unconuucjn thing to see the strangers turning over the sods and digging up the eartii to 

fmd some old relii: to take home to remember tiieir visit. 'l"he 



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foit have got lots of curiosities in tiie shajje of old coins, bayonets, guns, pistols, cannon balls 
etc., which they will sell lor a very small \n'u'c. (luides can be jmicured who will explain aiu 
siiow the visitor all moats, magazines, etc., which is very interesting U) see and hear explained t( 



vou. One of the sights of the place is ihe handsome monument, de-dicatcd a "^hort ti 



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;ite its ( apture by Captain re|)perell anil his new 



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are a very .social class arul does not mind the trouble they are put to so long as they ])lcase the 
party that they are entertaining. 'I'here has Iteen some talk of making this a port of call for the 
transatlantic steamships, so that passengers could save time and a thousand miles of ocean voyag- 
ing i»y taking the railway and continuing their voyage for a while on land. The principal hotels 
to sto|) at are the i.ouisburg Housi', Mrs. .M. Slattery, proprietoress ; the I.ouisburg Hotel, Mrs. 
I!. 1'^. lianley, jjroprietoress : and the l'e|)perell House, R. .\lcl.ean, ])roprietor. Merchants that 
have patronized the work are T. 1'. Mourgeous, general merchant, and H. C. LaVatte, attorney at 
law. 

HENRY C. V. LeVATTE. 



Notary Pul)li(*, &c. 



FIKK, \AVK AND MAKINK INSUHANCF A(iENT. 



LOUlSBUF^^G, C. B. 



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r. B. BOURGEOIS, 



Commission and Genenil Merchant in 



Groceries, Confectionery, Flour, Fish, k. 

VERY BEST ATTENTION GIVEN TO OUR CUSTOMERS. 



I^OUISBUHC"., 



Cape I^retoii. 



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MIDDUETON, N. S. 






) 1.1' TON is uiu' of llic towns of western Nova Scotia, which the summer tourist in his 
mual pilgrimage, or llie invalid in ([Uest of health, should not fail to visit. It is the 
halfway house, so to speak, of the Dominion Atlantic Railway, hcing about the central 
|)oint of till' line, and having a well-conducted restaurant at the railway station, where all trains 
sto|) for refreshments. It is a young town, having hut a few years of history behind it, and those 
of rather an uneven'ful character, but what it lacks in anti(|uity and the res|)cctability which comes 
from old age, it makes up in the vigor and extent of its growth and material development during 
the half do/en years since the ("entral Railway was completed. 

Situated near the centre of the .\nnapolis X'alley, in one of the finest fruit growing sections 
of the |)rovince, the various fruits of our northern climate are here to be foiuul in their season in 
great ai)undance, and in the iiighest state of |)erfection. from the top of the mountain, a couple 
ol miles to the north of the town a tar extended view of this section of the valley can be had 
which presents to the eye a picture 

"Fair as the garden of the Lord," 

with its varigated scenery of orchard and nii'adow, woodland and plain, with the Annapolis River 
slowly wintling its course through the midst. A coui)le of miles in another direction takes the 



S. N. MILLER, M. D. 

Physician, t Surgeon, 
^ Druggist. 

i)i:ai.i;k in 

DniJLjs. Druniiist's Sniidries, Stationery. 
F.iiicv (I(»(kIs. Kic. 

.luM'.KIi IN llnTTI.KS. IM f f>D Ll^yPOX, N. S. 

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Dr. Miller's Compound Syrup Tar 
Cough Mixture. 

Br Miller's Tonic Dinner Pills. 

Derby Scratch and Grease Heel 
Ointment. 

Evangeline Essence. 



HIGHEST MEDICAL TESTIMONY AWARDED TO 

DR. MILLER'S COMPOUND SYRUP 

Ol' 

Tar Coimh Mixture. 



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" Il.iviii;; tx.imiiiiil in.iiiv nl llic li-ricliiiu ciiii!,'li iiiKliin-, 
on tin- m:irkfl, uc find llii- loi iiiiihi.' Inr Dr. Milh-r s i.,iii- 
pniiiiil Syiliji nf T;ir C(M1i;Ii .Mixture llir l>f>-t lur C'luhs 
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l-'or IimII»<->.II<)|i, Mir»iil<- < <Mi>tll|uili»ii, Kirk llniil- 

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IIIm-iims II (iriKTiil Toiiif. 

TiiKY 4'i.i:.tK .(\i» iticAiTiFi Till': «'oni>i.i:\io\. 

\\h.\. .1. K. Wminkii, Itiiior llcily Triiiil.v ( 'hiin-li. .Miiii|ici.iii, 
»rilc- ; "I loiiliiliiill.x l'JwiIhiii imlilic rcciuiiiiirhilal imi .i~ I 
liMvc foiiml llii'iii llic lii-t iiiccliciiic I I'M'r mm'.I." 

IMCKKl Sdl.t'H'll AMI latKAHK IIKKI. OIM'YIICM' 

Cures Scr.atches, Grease Heel, Galls & Cuts on Horses. 
M.\ liorsi' was l!ii<l up fur iiii ilii.\- mi liad I cdiilil mil ii^i- liim. 

Illl'll DKlir.V SlIIAIlll AMI (il;K\^K IIkKI, OINrMKM «a^ rciiilll 

nn'ticli'cl 111 iiH' and i iiri'd liini in li-- ilian nne week. 

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S. \, .Mil.l.KIt, M. I>., .Middlil.in. 



*««H. E. REED.s^^^* 

FINE GROCERIES, 



Dea 



LER IN 



Dry Goods, Kciuly-Miule Clotliiiijj^, Clotliiiig:, Boots, Slioos, Crockery, 
Etc. Exporter of Domestic Fruits and Produce. 



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MIDDLETON, 



NOVA SCOTIA. 



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PALKIN 1 8HAFFNER. /* 

^^^ ImDortar3 and DnalarR in 



M. A. SUA I- INl'K 



BICYCLE ^>^ 
AGENTS. ' 



Importers and Dealers In 

SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE. CARRIAGE BUILDERS' AND BLACKSMITHS' 
SUPPLIES. PAINTS. OILS, AND COLORS. 



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COinnERCIAL 5TREET, 



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ANNAPOLIS RIVER NEAR MIDDLETON. N. S. 

travelli-r to the Wiliiiot Spa Springs, whose mineral waters have long been famous for their curative 
l)ropertics. These springs are annually visited by a large number of invalids, many of whom 
receive much benefit from tiie waters. An energetic company under the management of Mr. 
(leorge Smith, of St. John, has of late years barrelled the.se waters and manufactured various soft 
drink-, from them, wliich have found a ready sale throughout the Maritime Provinces. 

Middleton lias four good hotels which amply provide for the wants of the travelling public 
and assure the wayfarer of the comforts and modern conveniences of a first-class hotel at very 
reasonable rates. It has a number of very good stores where are to be found full lines of Cana- 
dian, JMiglish and American goods at moderate prices. 

In the Annapolis and Nictaux Rivers and in the various lakes and smaller stn/ams in the near 
vicinity an al)undance of trout are to be found in the projier season, while siiad in great (juantities 

and salmon in lesser ruimbers are taken from tlie rivers in the s[)ring ( iuides can always be 
securid wlieii iieedetl at very moderate ciiarges. In tlie autum |)artriilge or grouse and other 
j^anie can be found witliin easy reacii of tiie town. 

Tile town has a water system wliich gives it an ai)un(iaiit su|)piy of pure spring water, brought 
iKim the iieiglil)oring mountain, and enal)les its citi/eiis to enjoy tiie Itenefits of modern conveiii 
iiicL's in their residences. It has also churclies of llie iiaptist, .Methodist and IC|)isco])al denomin- 
ations, thoroughly ecjuipfied public sciiools, an agency of tlie Commercial IJank of Wind.sor, a 



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cuiitoms house, an express office, 
a government savings hank, a 
telegraph ottlre, a weekly news- 
paper, and is the head ot'liee of 
the N'alley Telephone Company. 

Its business is largely in the 
hands of young men, and the 
rapid developiuent of the town 
iluring the last few years is to a 
considerable extent due to the 
enter])risi' and energy of these, 
i-avorably situated on the line of 
the Dominion Atlantic Railway, 
and forming the terminus of the 
Central line, surrounded by a rich 
agricultural country, with a jjopu- 
lation in which young and enter 
|)rising business men predominate, 
Middlcton may be expected in the 
next tiecaile to become one of the 
largest, as it is now one of the 
most enter])rising, towns in western 
Nova Scotia. 'I'he postmaster, 
Mr. !•'. .Andrews, will prom[)tly 
answir all en(|uiries. 

The princi|)al hotel to stop at 
is the Middicton House, ('. ('. 
Dodgi, propiietor. The |)rincipal 
business and professional men arc 
Calkin iV Shaffner, general mer 
chants; S N Miller, .M. I)., phy- 
sician, surgeon and druggist : K. 
.\. Mellor, ilry goods, etc.; W. C. 
{'arsons, 15. A , barristerat-law ; 
H. K. Reed, general merchant: 
Walker, Hanson iS: Rogers, hard- 
ware, etc. 



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MIDDLETON, NOVA SGOTIA. 

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HARDWARK. 'ig>f>-»|f^V^' PAIXTS. Oli.S, GLASS. 

CARRIACiH STOCK. I':t< . ^\^ am. lUii.ni-Rs Siitliks. 

'ri;ij:i'iioM-; Xo. i. :-$^ !$§; P. O. Box i8. 

Gomer Main and School Streels, - FTIIDDL&T0N, R, 8. 




HIGH SCHOOL, NEW GLASGOW, N. S- 

NEW GLASGOW, N. S 

IJVEW GLASCiOW, is a seaport, post and money oriler town, is charmingly situated on 

£^ the green sloping hanks of the beautiful East River, near the head of the tide, a position 

which history shows is the ideal one for commerce and trade. It is in the centre of the 

immense coal and iron areas of Nova Scotia, and with these two important items, whicii m) largely 

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FKANCIS DRAKE, 

Man.du^re. <>i CarboHatecl Beverages, 

Lemon Sour, and Clioice Syrups, 



IRON BREW CATAWBA CHAMPAGNE, Also, UEAJ.Eli IN 

CIGARS 






:$— Telephone No. 24.—^: 



:$— P. O. Box 1()T— 



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New Glasgow, N. S. 



NEW GLASGOW 



LIVERY, SALE and BOARDING STABLES 



J. W. CHURCH, 



Proprietor. 



Single and Double Teanas 



FIRXISHEI) AT SHORT NOTICE 



AND ON REASONABLE TERMS. 



Nortli End, - ARCHIMKDES ST., 



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TELEPHONE CUMMUMCATIONS. 



NEW GUASGOW, N. iS. 



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PROVOST STREET. NEW GLASGOW. N. S. 

enter into manufacturing, brought together at their very doors, the town is bound to become the 
great manufacturing centre of tiie Maritime Provinces. It is surrounded by towns and villages, in 
all of which manufacturing is carried on to a considerable extent ; at Trenton, but five miles away, 
are the large iron works. The roads are macadamized and are in splendid condition for bicycling 
or carriages. The drives are beautiful. A short drive to Rustico and Little Harbor, where there 
is a splendid place for jjitching your tent and camping out for a short time. Witiiin a few miles in 
all directions are rivers and bays, hills and dales, which are noted far and near as summer resorts. 
A short walk from Fraser's Mountain a magnificent view may be had of the whole country, including 
Pictou Islands, P. E. Island, New (llasgow and Blue Mountains. It is considered to be the 
healthiest resort in Nova Scotia ; its altitude is high, the air is pure and bracing, there is a natural 
drainage and a fine system of sewerage, has no malara ; protected by the hills in winter and cooled 
l)y the gentle breeze of the East River in Summer. New (llasgow lias excellent connection with 
the surrounding local towns and districts ; sixteen trains daily to and from Stellarton, twelve to 
and from Pictou, four to and from Westville, four to and from the Pictou Landing There are 
other places well worth visiting and within easy reach of New (llasgow. A trip down the East 
River to Pictou or a drive to Malberly Beach at Little Harbor ought not to be missed. Malberly 
Beach is the outing place for the people of Pictou County, it is but ten miles from New Glasgow. 
and the drive down is a thoroughly pleasant one ; there is a beautiful sand beach nearly four miles 
long, affording one of the finest bathing places in eastern Nova Scotia. 

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Y. M. C A. BUILDING. NEW GLASGOW, N. S. 



FRASEE BROS, 

NEW GLASGOW, N. S. 

]V1 cicliinists a ii d E^ii gineers, 

Engines, Pumps, Hoisting Gear, 
Stamp Mills, I Gold Mining Machinery 

•^ m GENERAL. (^• 

CA5Tmcl5 or ALL KIND5 IN i5RA55 OR IRON. 

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New (llasgow is an excellent centre for mnnuraeturing and commercial enterprises ; there are 
already steel works, iron works, glass works' iron bridge works, steel harrow anil plow works. Hour 
and feed mill, furniture factories, door and sash Victory, carriage factories, and the town and 
vicinity claims to have more trat'lii- than any other four places on the line- 

'I'he school building cost $25,000 : it is a fme work of art and is iuiill of brick and stone. 
'I'he town is lighted by electricity. There are i)ranch oltices of telegraph, telephone, banks and 
exjjress companies. The ne\vsi)apcrs are good ones, namely, the I'^asterii Chronicle and the luiter- 
prise, the former is published in the Liberals interest while the lattei upholds Conservative 
doctrines. There is so much that will be of interest to the stranger and tourist in New Clasgow 
that it ought to be the means of tourists stopping off there for a few days to see the different 
manufacturing establishments, and the fme roads will make you think of going out into the 
suburbs of the town and enjoying yourself. There is a fine livery stable, run by J. W. Church; 
who rents fme turn-outs at very reasonable prices. The principal hotel to stop at is the Hotel 
Vendome, I). MacDiarmid, proprietor. 'I'he princiral business and professional men are : F'rancis 
Drake, manufacturer of all kinds of soft drinks; H. K. iMtzpatrick, barrister-at law ; Fraser Bros., 
machinists; Fraser. Jennison it Craham, barristers-at-law: John McGillivery, barrister-at-law ; H 
V. Jennison, barrister-at-law ; James F. McLean, barrister.at-law, and Sinclair & Patterson, bar- 
risters-at-law. 



Estimates ^iven on all kinds of Printing. The Sun Printing Company, Ud, St. John, N. B. 

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BIRD'S EYE VIEW PARRSBORO, N. S. 

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N a l)oaiitiful country, on tlie slioro of tlu' llasiii of Miiias, r.ui-lioro 'las many attractions for 
tlu' tourist in ([ucst of (|uic't I'lijoynu'iU. It was scllli'd by iln' u lican Loyalists, wlio 
nauu'd it in lionor i)f the fust goviTnor of Nova Scotia. 'Tlic \illaj;c is a hu^y place an'l 
(lofs a large business in tlu' shiijping of coal and lumber. The fogs, which sometini 
enter tiie l'>av of I'undy, rarely intrude here, and never remain sulticienlly long to cause a ff ' 
of discomfort. 

'I'lie mo^t i)leasant place in the vicinity of Parrsboro is Partridge Island, about two miles I < 
tlie village. It is a peninsula with an area of fifty acres, but becomes an island during high ti' -., 
when the water covers the low ground in the rear. I'rom this low ground the land rises grandly lo 
a height of about two hundred feel, and exposes a l)old and majestic bluff lo the waters of llie 
basin. Through the beautiful woods, by whicii it is covered, a road winds gracefully to the sum 
mit, the timber being cleared at intervals to allow unobstructed views of the surrounding country. 
These views are simply glorious. 'I'he Hasin of Minas. famed for its beauty, is here seen to its 
best advantage. .\ s|)len(li(l ])anorama of sea and land (laslies upon the spectator. Far down, 
where the waters of Hay Fundy l)ecomes broad antl deep, is seen ("ape D'or overlooking the bay. 
Nearer, as the channel enters the basin, stand Capes Siiarp and Split, like sentinels to guard the 
pass, while Bloniidon, rising from the waves, looks down upon the fair and fertile marshes of 
Grand Pre — the land of Gabriel and Evangeline. 

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TIk! drives and walks in the vnniity of Parrshoro arc nnmcrnus and nio--t cninyal))!'. Tlu' 
roads are always j^ood, lor llic ^.oil is of clean ^^ravcl. In whatever direetinn oni' n,„.s there are 
roads upon which it is a iilea^,iirt' to drive. One of the nio>t altracli\e driven, liowever, i^ to tiie 
iK-aiiliful l''ive inlands, twelvi' miles away. Mucii of the road is roni.intic in the estrenie, present 
in^ all kinds of Mcnery. I'or four or \'\\v miles the way lie-, in a geor^e i)eiween the mountains. 
The heaiity of I'ive Islands, too, is something to be long remeinltered. and, indeed, tlie place has 
long had a wide fame among searchers for the pictiiresi|ue in nature. .Many prefer to visit I'ive 
Islands liy saillioat, and excursions are vi'ry frequent. 

'I'his is not notahly a salmon country, thougii some are found ne.ir r.ulridge Ll.nid and in !• i\e 
Island rivers, and are present to a <i'rtain exti'iU in others, 'jlie tiout fi-^liing is lair, lieing of 
medium si/e. Partridge Island, .Moose, I )iligi'nt and Half Way Risirs are the i)et fishing stre.nns. 
Some s|)ort mav also he had at Leak's l.aki' and Lake l'le,i->ant, (lose to I'.nr^lioro: at i'uileiton's 
Lake, nine miles away, and at (laspi'reau\ Lake, six or seven miles di.tant. (loud -..dt w.iter lidi 
ing ma)' he hail in the i>asin, where cod, haliliut, hake, pollock and haddoi k ari juund. 



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BIRO'S EYE VIEW PICTOU. N. S. 
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PICTOU, N. S. 



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y;^III"- I'own f)f i'icloii (Ifiivi's il> naiiK' tVom an old jjiovinci' of I'Vanci' iiaiiiod I'oictoii, and 
.^^ was located l)y one Joliii l*atti'r>on, a iianu'sakc at Ica-^t of the foiiiuk'r of tlic Panic of 
I'jigland, anil an ancestor of Dr. I'altcrson, the well known historian of the County of 
l'i(t()u. Although its name is of Krencli derivation, it must not he inferred that its early settlers 
weri' of that nationality, for, indeed, they were all strong, hardy Scotchmen, and throughout the 
entire county can still he .'bund their descendants, whose love for the land of tiie heather is very 
marked, 

riitou is till' ciiief town of the County of I'ictou, and one of the leading sea|)ort towns of 
Nova Scotia. It is beautifully situated on the nortliern shore of the Province on a magnificent 
harlior oi)ening into Northumberland Strait. 'I'he haritor is nearly two miles in width, and forms 
the estuary of three small rivers. l''or l)oating and bathing it is unexcelled. The town is situated 
on the ground gradually rising from the harbor front, and its main streets run parallel with the 
harbor. Its position, as seen from tb/ watt'r, is l)oth commanding and attractive, while also of 
great beauty. 'I'he writer will remember-, his first view of the town on a peerless afternoon in 
June, while driving towards Durham, and near Rogers Hill, it burst upon iiis view a scene of sur- 
passing beauty, but which a nearer ac<iuaintance in a slight measure siTved to dispel. This brings 
to mind the fact that I'ictou is noted for its beautiful driveways and good roads ; the drive from 
IIk town by ♦' j road which skirts the harbor mouth and Northumberland Strait being especially 
beautiful. 

The public buildings of Pictou are noticeable. A fine academy building forms a conspicuous 
object in a view of Pictou. It stands u|)on the highest point in the town, and was built in 181)6 
at a «:ost of $25,000. It is the most moilern and best e(iuippc(l educational institution in the 
province It has won for itself, in tlu old building as well as in the new, an enviable reputation 
for its thorough training, and the men of mark which it has given to the Dominion Sir Win. 
Dawson, Rev. Principal (Irant and others. Students bom all parts ol the provinces attend the 
Academy and the present year is the mo.it successful one ir lis history. A new Post Office erect- 
ed by the Dominion government at a cost of $,p,ooo is a cons|)icious objeit on Water Street, 
while the ('ourl House, Registrating office, Custom House and \'. M. ('. A. buildings compare 
very favorably with those of other towns. 

Pictcm has a considerable maritime interest and a lar;;e number of vessels enter t'ne port, 

although in late years, coal, the chief article of export, is mostly taken away by large steamers thus 
diminishing greatly the number of sailing crafts. Its harbor is unsur|)assed in point of safety, and 
near its mouth is a Marine Railway for overhauling and repairing vessels. During the .season of 
navigation the S. S. St. Olaf makes regular tri|)s to Cicorgttown and Souris, P. Iv I., and 
Magdalen Islands, and to several Cape Urrton ports, carrying passengers and large (luantilies of 



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frt'ij;ht. 'I"hc S. S. ('am|»ana tuakes rt'milar trips l)clwccii Montreal and I'ictoii, <allinj^ at inter- 
mediate ports, 'I'liere is also a daily steamer to Charlotletown, and a boat making hourly trips to 
New Cilasgow. 

'I'lie trade of the town is ehielly local, and its tradesman are distinguished more for solidity 
than for enterprise As the ehief town of the most famous coimty, it has a reputation and sland- 



mg all Its own. 



It is an incorporated town of .3,000 iniiabitants. Iia> 7 churches, and superior schools a])art 
from liie Academy before mentioned, lias two banking agencies, and two weekly newspapers 
"i'he Advocate" and "Standard." 

It is one of the best situated places for manufacturing in Canada. Coal mines, iron de|)osils, 
and fireslone ([uarries are in its vie inily. It has a railroad on each side of its harbor, the main 
line entering the the town from the west and bringing extensive trade from <.)Nford, Tatamagouche, 
Wallace and other settlements on the north shore of the province. 

I'Acellenl hotels, efficient fire protection and system of water works about to be put in. 
There is also Telegraph and Telephone offices. 

The j)rincipal hotel to stop at is tiie Revere, Nat Doherty, |)ro|)rietor. 




5) MAtjDALEN ISLANDS, PRINCE EDWARD 
i INLAND AND CAPE BRETON, FROM 

A SCUTIA. 



S.S. "ST. OLAF," 

p. T. LeMaistre, Master. 

Ctirrviii^' iU'i MaJcsU's Mails. 




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■y'> ;ii>pi>iiiii'(l 111 liMvr ritlmi. N. S.. ivtiv Mumian 
/ iiliiiiiiH •iiiisiiM III ii.iviKiilii>ii I alter ;iriiv.il nl 
Miirtiiii^ l'A)ii('Ss Itiiin niililax, Im MAGDALEN 
ISLANDS, '•illiiiK '"illi noiiin :im<I rcliii niiin. :il tii.iiKi.i- 
lu'AN :iiiil Sill Kis. rriiiii- i;il\v:iril l>.l;iiiil 

CARE BRETON ROUTE. 

1- aiiliiiilltrd 111 li avr rKiiii .N. S.. rvcty Wi hmshan 
Niuiir, ,'ifU'r ,'iirival nl last trains fnun Halifax ami 
St. Jollii. N. II., fur Clll.rn. .< Ml'. C. II.. tallinn at I'liKi 
Moon, M.Mior Moi'Tll. M aki. \Kl:i: ami I'i.i.asan r llA\ . 
C II., ,'iml way (lorts ai. iiiissfumri ami fninlil iii.iy 
ulTir, wcatliii |iri iiiittillK. 



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-ixli'in liiiiirs- p,t,,,u ,0 M»ui)»LiN IkiANus ami 
.ilmni twilvi- hiiurs p.ctou io Pliasami B.v. C B 

>lilrniliil shonliiiu at MaKilaliMi Islamls ; Salmon am! 

I'ront .ilMiimil at till- (lifl'iri-iit Caiic llri'tiiii Torts. .Mar- 

HariT in parlioilar, biiiin lar lanuil lor its salnioii ami 

troiil. 



"' I'lif S 8 Si Ol»i is a first class st-.i-noiiiK visscl 
and li.is iviry .\cconiniuil.itiiin lor r,issiiim.rs. 



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Ui'Miicil lit l.iic.il .iiiil Cii'iU'ivil New-. I'olllio. Miiiiiiti ;iiiil .\i;rii'iiilitre. 



Has a LAKoe. Circulation In the Farming and Mining Communities of Pictou County 

JOHN n. MnoIK)NAI-I). - I 'r. >|>iictor. 
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BIRD'S EYE VIEW SHELBURNE. N. S. 



SHKLHURNE, N. S. 



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ll l'",l ,I>URNI'',, caijilal of Slulliuiiir ("oiiiUy, ;i posl atul iimiii'y order town, hcaiiliriilly siliiattd 
oil till' cast sidi' of Sliillmnif llarlior, wliidi has always \kvu coiisidiTfd oiu' of tlu' fiiifsl 
in llu- world. It i> a clraii, will Imill town of alioiit .',000 iiihaliilaiits and contains main 
fnu' stores and ri'sidence^. The prineipal industries are shipbuilding', lumbering and fishing, a 
large Iradi' lieing done with Halifax, and other ports along the roa-^t. The Shelhnrne (Iranite 
Works give employment to a large mimlHr of hands. Sheli)urne is noted for its healllifiil eliinate, 
and, as a sumnui n-^oit, h.is aihantages iinei|nalle(l liv those of any other port on the eo.ist. In 
its xieinityarc many lieaiitii'iil drive-. ( )iie of the best is that around the shore to the neighiioring 
harbor of Jordan May, affording a magnirKcnt \iew of the .\tlantie. Another is that northward, 
tiiroiigli the scltlcmciu of Ohio, a drive for IwciUy or thirty miles ihruiigh a wooded eijuntry, 



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tii\<i->i("u(l Ips' lake ami lixcr. I )iii(lly opposili' ilir town arc ihr old l)ana< k nidiiiul--, loiimily 
oi(ii|»ic(l l)\' >ol(li(.Ts, hut now cliii'lK drvoteil to tlic u>r of luriry groups of |)itni<'i>, tor whom 



u IS a la\oritc ri'sort. 



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ford, victor at Alliercra, lo>l an l'Vc 



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'I'll!' harhor is long and widt 



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vit so sheltered from the oi can that it 



resemhk'sa lake, making hoat ^ailing deliglitfui and secure, liathers will I'md here ever\ thing they 
reijiiire. The dense woods which line many |iarts of tlie harlior afford deliglufiil spots where one 



ma\ (hsnor 



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mself unol)st'r\t'd, while 



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lose who jireler, are coiueiiieii 



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linu houses free to 



all, within the limits of the town. 



It is in regard to iuinting and fishing, howevi'r, tiiat Sliellnirne oilers advantages nne\( 



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the .Maritime I'rovinc 



The liarhor swarms witii fi^h. I'he f.i\onli 



port ol luackeiil lisimiii is 



found here to |ierfection. ( ".itclu's from joo to ^oo per man per day are coiimion. To tiie expert 
angler tlu' streams of Slu.'lhuriU' aid vicinity oHer every a(l\aiUage. .\ do/en <>i two of fnu' trout 
may often li^' taki'ii witliin a few niiiuites walk of \our hoarding iionse, whiK' further n|> tiie ri\er 
catches from loo to joo jier party are frei|ueiit. (lood roads lead from town to within a slioit 
distance of the fishing grounds. 

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'To till' mnosi', IjL'ar and fox hunter tlu' dfiiscly woodid ii\i;i<in nortli ot Slu'lliunn.' oITlts 
iinri|ualli'd advaiUai;is. U is cxticniely rare for a well (.iiuipiii'd parly, furiiislied willi a i^ood i^nidi', 
to ^o out witlioiu l)a}^^ii\i; one or two mumjsi;. In fact, so [ilcnlifiil are llicy, tliat a lew years a;j;o a 
law had to he |)assed |)r(jhihitinii one man honi killing niori' than three moose, as they would 
freiinently remove only the horns and iiiile, leaving; the rest hehind. Partridges, wild dueks and 
rahliits are t'ound in altundanee. Hunters must rememi)er, however, tliat tlu' Close Season 1 .aw 
for game is in force until aliout tiie middle of Septi'inixr, afti'r which moose' hunting, jjartridge 
shooting, ite., Iteeomes lawful. It is prohahly through lack of railway eonnnunication that 
Shclhurni' has, up to tlu' last year or two, lu'en (■om])arati\ily luglec ted as a sunnner resort. Tiiis 
ni'gle<'t, however, has preserved tlu' hunting and fishing grounds almost intact, so tlial tlie traveller 
coming lure will luid pri\ileges unexcelled in I'.astein .\miri< a, in near proximity to a large town, 
fully supplied with i'\i'r\ < (uncniince, with excellent accommodation for lioth ladie> and gentlemen, 
and only one and one iiall' (lav's sail l»y steamer from tiic' Iriiied .'elates. The favorite route to 
Shclhiiine from the I'nited .States is hv sleami r " N' unicnilh ' or " itoston " to N'armouth. Irom 
there to Shelliurne liv steamer i-. onlv .1 mattir of ahout ei-lit hours, loS mile-^ from Halifax. 



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SHUBENACADIE, N. S. 

1 1 L'BKNAt '.\l )I I', is a post and iiunKy onlur villa^r in Hants Couiily, on the Shiihcnacadie 
Ri\ir, a station on liic intticoionial Raihvav, l\viiit\ two niiirs iVoin 'I'liiio and ihirlv-iiin'-" 
miles from llalitax. Tlir ( liniatc is vny hraltiiy, and loi invalids it would lie a splrndid 
snMinur nsoil. I'hr torn isi wanting a (ountiy jjlacc onl\ a kw honis lidi- by rail tVum Halifax 
could not lift MiilLd hitler than to ^o to ShiilRnacailir. N'ou i an j;o to Halifax in the morning 
and M tnrn saint' day. 'I'Ik' cliinatc is di'ligluful, liic fishing good in the livcr, and the inliahitanls 
arr willing to try and pkasr esiiviiodv thai coines to tluir town t<i s|)tnd a few days. 'I'lu' roads 
are good for hicycling and ( arria^e^, and ti\i- drives are delighthil. 'There is two first-class hotels, 
the .American House, Thomas ( 'o\, piopiictor, and the Sherman ilou-.e, Mrs. R. M. I Icjlesworlh, 



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Ijropric'tress, wluiv uvuiy attuiiliun is paid to the guests to make llu'iii feci at lioiiK'. 'I'lie town 
is liglited by elijctiicily, and is a stirring little place : ten stort's, two tanneries, two brickyards, two 
sawmills, one gristmill and lime works ; W. U. 'relegraj)!! and N. S. Telephone offices and 
Dominion I'Apress office. The population is 700. The [)rincipal merchants arc: E. H. Hall, 
merchant tailor : James dass it Sons, general merchants ; Watson Smith, tinsmith. 




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Kitchen Furnishings. 



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Orders Promptly Attended to. 



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SAWN SHINOLES, 

PINE, SPRUCE AND 

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LUMBER, SCANTLING, ETC. 



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E. H. Hall 



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CLOTHING. 



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Selected I'roin the I Jest 



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BIRD'S EYE VIEW SPRING HILL, N. S. 

SPRINGHILL, N. S. 

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y^-^IlE iiic<)r|)oratecl 'I'own of Sprinp;liill, with a population of 5,o<io, is favorably situated in the 
%• liL-art of tlie j^roat (."ouiily of ( 'uuilR-rland, al)out an djual distance from the outlying towns 
of Ainlii'ist, I'ui^wasii and Parrsltoro. It occupies an elevated siti' (700 feet above sea 
level) with natural drainai^e in every direction. Its ciiief industries are mining and lumbering. 
'Tile history of this tlourishinu; town dates from a period not vet wry remote. The area that is 
now the home of prol)ai)iy 5000 people was occu|)ii'd twenty five years ago by fivi' families who 
lived by farming on a small scale and lumbering in tlu' winter. Until after the opening of the 
Intercolonial Railway, in iS;:?, nothing was done, or indeed could be done, towards opening up 
the great coal fields in tlu' vicinity of tlu' town : in truth at that date the extent and vastness of 
tlu' coal deposits at Springliill were not known or at all events not thoroughly appreciated even l)\' 
the owners or lessees of the mines. Soon after the opening of tlu' I. (". R. a branch railway, four 
and a half miles long, was built connecting the mines with the main line, and the mining and shi|) 
ping of coal begun unde;- the management of a joint stock company, com|)ose(l princii)ally of St. 
John men. 

The com|)letion of a line )f railway from S|)ringhill to I'arrsboro in 1.S77, and the i-onstiuction 
of coal wharves there, from ^v■hich coal lan be shipped by water all the year round, ga\e a fresh 
impetus to the loal industry at Springliill, and tiie out|)ut soon rose from 3,J74 ton;, in 1IS73, l'^^' 
result of the first year's opcratioiis, to nearly half a million tons annually. 

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Fresh Hined 



Springhill Coal 



UNEOUALLEI) BY ANY OTHER FUEL IN NOVA SCOTIA 



FOK LOCOMOTIVE AND GENERAL STEAM PURPOSES. 



FREE BURNING. 



THE SMALLEST PERCENTAGE 01* ASH. 



Shipments by rail and water THE VEAK ROUND. 

Mr'Hl': trains of iliis Company coniu'ct with the Intercolonial Kjiilway at 
j Sprintrliill Junction for Springhill Collorien, and ihciu i to 

/ Parr.sborO, on tlic shorr of tiic l>asin of iMinas 

AtParrsboro, (Unini; llir season, ilaily coninuinication is mack- willi thi- 
Dominion Atlanlii Railway l)y the sicamcr " luangulinc,"' to Kingspoit, giving a ck'- 
liglitfiil sail across tho Hasin of Minas, passing (luite close to the far-fnnied "lilomidon." 
There is also the Mail Service down the Western Shore, from which ronte lieaiitiful 
slews are ohtained of ('a|)e Split and other interesting places in the Ikisin of Minas. 

There are also conveyancis to i'ive Islands, a magnificent drive of twelve miles, 
l)as>ing ihrougli some of the most heautiful scenery to he met with anywhere. 

I'arrshoro possesses good Hotels and Coaches meet every train. N'isitors are 
taken free to the respective hotels. I'rivate conveyances can easily he ohtained at 
reasonahk' rates, eiiahling tourists or others to \isil I'very point of interest with the 



greatest fai'ihty. 

Head Oftice: 

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MINES, 

Springliill, N. S. 



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Spriiigliill has evi-ry prosiucl of lucomiiij^ more ih.iii a iiicri' miiiinn town, .nul olfcrs iiliii(c>l 
unrivalled advantages lor the invcstim-nt of ea|tilal in niamifactorie^, |)arti(iilarly Nueh a^ would yive 
employment to women and men wlio are not rollU^l eiioii,L;h to adopt mining as an oe( ii|)ation, 
sueli as l)oot anil shoe mamil'acturin^. 

'I'lie Town of Springhill is governed hy a mayor and si\ eouneillors, elected hy popular vote, 
and is in many respects a model municipality. In respect to ( hurches, schools and the modern 
conveniences which go to niake up the smn of man's happine<,> in this life, Sprinj^hill is (|iiite 
ahreast of her sister towns in the Maritime I'roviiicc. 



A. E. FRASER, 



Wholesale and Retail. 



ULAI.liM IN 




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^ Hardware, D]*\' (joocLs, 



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BIRD'S EYC VIEW SYDNEY. C. B. 

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SYDNEY. C. B.. LOOKING NORTH. 

SYDNEY, C. LJ. 

VDNI'IV, a seaport, post, and nmiifv order town in Cape Ureton Oninty, incorporated in 

Oiji^ iXS-:,, terminus nf iliu ('. I!. Railway, SS miles from tlie Strait of ("anso. .785 miles from 
^'•) Halifax, at tlie liead one of the linest liarl)ors in the world ; has connections with the Mras d'C )r 
l.aki's, Halifax, Xewfoinidland and Montreal Ity steamers. It is lij,'lUed Ity electricity. .\nd is a 
splcnihd place for tlu' tourist lo spend a few weeks in. 'I'he scenery in anil around the town is 
beautiful, and, heins^ so near the sea, Itathiiii^ and sea fishint^ is one of the principal past times of 
the tourist. 'I'he roads are j^ood foi bicycling or for to lake a spin in a carriaj,'e to tlu' surroiniding 
sniallir towns and villages, some of which are noted for their beautiful scenery and pleasure resorts. 
'I'wclw mi'"s from here are tlu' reserve coal mines ("oal is transported by rail and ship|)e(l from 
llu' piers in this town. .\ lii^hthouse on a point of land at the south side of the I'lUrancc to the 
harbor shows a fixid lij;hl. 160 fi'et above the level of the sea. Tht; hotel accommodation is 
(•i|iial lo any in thf .Maritime Provinces, the leading ones being the Sydney Hotel, James I,, l-'air- 
banks, pro])rietor ; the HoU'l Caboi, R Ciillis, proprietor; the MjicKen/ie House, H, R. Mac 
Ken/ie, proprietor : and the ("lark Hotel, Win. Clark, proprietor. 'l"he principal professional men 
are \Vm. A. Hill, barrister-at law ; .Allan .1. .MacDonakl, barrister at law : f'hisholm \: Crowe, bar- 
risters at law ; I) A. Hearne, bar^i^t(•r at law: aiul .\. |. (1. .^lacKchern, barrister at-law. 

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BIRD'S EYE VIEW NORTH SYDNEY. C. B. 



NORTH SYDNEY. C. B. 

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iJi^ORTIl SYDNEY, is a scajMirt, post and money order town, incor|)oratc'd in 1S85. iMve 
1^ mill's from Sydney liy steamer, seventeen miles by railway. At North Sydney Junction a 
Itrantli ofCaiH- liri'loii Kailway extends to North Syihity (five miles), making North 
Sydney one of the terminuses of the ("ape ISreton Railway, situated on the nortii >ide of Sydni'y 
Ilarhoiu', four miK's from the nioutii, three miles from Sydney mines, from which coal is transported 
hy rail to piers in North Sydney. It is also connected with lirasd'Or l-akes by sti'amers daily. 
These lakes are noted as a favorable and pleasant place for tourists to visit, wliile on tiie island tiie 
scenery is hi'autiful, and boating and bathing is a sport that i> indulged in to a great extent. 
'Tourists should not fail to take this sail, as the six'uery is the most magnificent on the island. 
North .Sydney is a pretty place and the hotel accommodation is first-class for both travellers and 
tourists. The town being on the border of tlu' sea the bathing facilities cannot be siir|)assed. It 
is lighted by electricity and contains about fourty stores, several hotels \V. U. Telegraph, the \V. 
U. (!able oftici' is als(» here. One iron foundry, one door and sash factory, one tannery, one 
carding mill, and has a marine slip and good town hall. 'J'he roads are good and the drives 
pli-aant. 'I'he prnici|)al business and professional men are: 1). I-. Mcl'hie, barrister-at law ; VV. 
R Tobin, barrister-al-law; Archibald it (Jo., general merchants: Murray iV: MacKen/ie, barrister- 
ri-ters-at law : and Archibald «t Armstrong, barristers-at-law. 

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rjENERflL lyiERCHANTS. 

SHIP BROKERS AND 



AGENTS OE NORTH SYDNEY 

Marine Railway. 



CABLE ADDRESS : 

"ARCHIBALDS.' 

SCOTT A WATHIN S COOLS 

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TRURO. N. S. 

y\^\ 1 1. -rltliiiiml ;iii(l iMily lii-,li)i\ ^l 'I'luio |i!(Sfiil- no iliiH'P.l> nl iiit(i> si i.i the uiiU'ial 
\^ h iilcr, Main nl tlir ciiiv s.ltlci- wen- '• nfii^ciN from nv.r tiic IiukI, r," ului. ikiI willin- 
I.) fi^lit, .iinl tiM. piouil 1(1 siinfM(U-r, vmfilit s;il'ity in tli^hl ; int. i.>i in mk li ni.itl'i-. i^ 
rliiclly antii|ii,ni.ni, .nul ii i> In iIk mote modiTi) a>|Ki t we wish 'o ifl'cr, /. < , riiiH) a~ it is In dav. 
liiMiinriiilv sinial' il, alimit ■ ii.aiid a hall miles fiMin ( '. .lKi|iii(l l!.\. <m a liina<l laiih land. \vl)i( li 
-rnlK sioprs liaik litim tli.- lianks di ih.- Salimm Kn.r. I'iuki. iIk- • .i|>itMl .it" ( ol. li. -t. i ('.iiii\t\, 
|iitsiiits a .liarmin}; .ipp.aianif. U.inii so far from llir i).iy Tiiir.i has not d,\ilop.<l an\ iiiari 
titiii' liadc, altii.in^it in years past a -o.id deal of fr. i-ht <am.' uj) in \. ss.is an. I iinl.ia.l.d a siutrl 
distamr down lli.- riv.r. S. Ilmiii s ii,i\e Ik'cii proposed for (hed;^in^ ih.- riv.r and iiiakinj,^ 'I'riiio 
.1 seajHirt town, luil lh.\ h.i\.' m niatar. d. The siiu.ili.m of Iriir.i (;4eo^rapliitall\ th.' e. iitr.' .il 
.\o\.i S. .itia) has mad. il .m.' ol tlu- chi.f dislriliuting points lor UKV.iri.uis indusiri. • and manii 
fai'lories and aL;ri. iiltuial iinnhnts. 

'I'he Inl.nol.inial Uailw.iy, fioni llalifas to (juel)ec, passes ih-oiigli Truro, some si\ly two 
nnl.N liom Hahlax. of whieh it is {hr .livisional eenlre. Tlu-re is also a hraiuh rnnnin- lo I'ieloii 
New ('.l.is^;ow, Sydney, ("ape l'r.l..n, and sIl-uimImuI lomiection al I'i. ton willi rnnee I'alward 

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l^laixl. A .i.i^r line rim^ in r.l.ick Rot k ;iiiil M.iiil.iiul, twelve miles .'.isiani. Oiliei sl;i,i;e !ii\cs 
iii.ike iii.iil ,111(1 |iasMiij;er coiiiut tinii witli iiil.iiiil luwns. 

i lie |P(i|Hll,illiill I-. sl\ lIlMlls.ilid, .111(1 the lieli .llll|\|,il 1.11111 I.iikK. s| I et( llllli; liil mile-, lo ihe 

-oiitli .111(1 ue,i, .iH'oid t \. .11,111 I.K ilih, , iiM (!e\, |()|iinn a^ri( ulmial iimIu-.ii v, wlii( li ii.is li- n a 
^rcal sdilK (■ of |)lds|iel||y lo tile lovvil. The a(KaiUa_;es ,,1 I'mro ,ls .l i oiniin k i.iI cei nc e.u:;iol 
he o\ei esliiiiat( I, aiitl of \\-> \nn\i\v ii hi.iv 1 1, iMiililully aKiiiiied tli.il a nioie genial. lionielik( .md 
I nil i|tiiMii^ lolk It would III h.iid to liiid. I'o \i-,il riiiio olieii iiieaiis iiievilaUle llii' i^niwlii nt a 
desire lo M tile. 

Some ol I lie l.ir);esi luisiiiesses of tile |iidvmee aical 'riiiro. Willi the iron mines of l.oiidur 
d(ii) on OIK side, and the i rial iihik -. of l'i( ton CmiiiiIv on ilie oilier, taken wiili us f;eoj;ia|tlii(al 

position, seem> lo | i ;ii it-, iillimale posiiioii .is oiu of iIk -nal mantif.K luring ( eiiln . of 

I'aiiad.i, Amoii'; the mole mi|ioit,im IniMiiess mti rests m.i\ lie iiuntioiied I,iil;c wholesale .ind 
retail uroceiies .111(1 jdhhers ill si.ihoiierN. Ill tli( diy -oods Im,- then .ik ( \iensi\e \\li.,|, s,i|,- .md 
retail slor( s, mainly lo( aled on the three ihiik iji.iI streets, some ol i' m havmj; hr.iiu his oiitsidi 
the town. A ((Midi Used milk f.i(lor\, woollen mill .md kmiliiiL; la( lory, a lar^e foundry and 
m.K Imie e(im|i.iii\, i\ood wiiikiiii; I.k toi\. Ii.ii l.u i.'iv .md oili.r^ ol l( sser note. 

'I'ruro Is (|uile modern ; an ellii leiii ( ie( tin li-lil < (>m|iaii\ .md, m iStj:;, ih. mtiodiK tioii ol 
isphalt sidew.ilks .md other impvoM m, lUs ,>\ a lik( < h.ir.u ler keep it \\( II m i,>ui h «iih i.iwie. ol 
^reatei si/.c and impurlaiue. 'I'lu piililn s, liooN .in ( niisidi led tlu- hesl m the proviiKi'. 'Ihe 

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I J L L t^ ^ 1 ^'lund i-. K |ii< -iiitid l(\ a slioit, i|in( kly made "i* 

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I ( ' / i\ Mil \\i<\i\< witlunil lilting du |irnril, as ''i* 

go (?r>-t tug roK «ny fng^^i illuMial. d in Ksmhi one luitwilli. SiU lit Int. is "^^ 

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llif ((iin|ili( aird s)stini> air liard tn Kain J 

V of v^'eir cov^ vot;e vat vogvrc and liaidi 1 tu |iraiti<f : hard In <aiiM- the Nowrls '♦" 

lie muillrd. W lililij^ lllr MiWfN lliaki s She i| t I 

laml a-> 1 a>\ ai l.muliand. N'i> shadr, iki '♦" 

inisilion-'. It w Wind siuns and lajialilf of llu- ♦' 

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0% I '•I'liil iiiy little irirl (7 .mmi* uIiI i in wm I'm iiiiiIhi- iii-l nul inn in >|iiiii Ii.mhI ;ini| ^.t/, 

J Tn [MU lii inv:. Tlir |)i<>i;rcN> »ln' liji» inaiU' ^in |«*i«rf-il ■„. irilii:irl lan lie loai'iif! »n rMsi|\ '*' 

"t" I'MI \ cllilll llllL'lll III liain il . (nlllil I llllM' lltlil Ml«ll llllv !llll:«^'('^ III I'lirlv lil'l'. il VVclllllj %'* 

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J innrli inmc iiicr — aiv llu'ii. a- 11 \it\v\ i.f a |iiii(i ii al • <liir.'il inn. Iia- i| liicnnu- ili.'ii rhilihin J 

*«"* lie l:inu'lil nnIimI \\ illlir 1110^1 ii^tlul in i linn in i raining I lii'ir inimK ,■!■> \, ilhis inalilini: I luin *f* 

.'.^ In I ani a riM'liliiMMJ. I'ni in llif»i' ilav > nf inicn-i' tnin|n'lil inn il isihr «in\ is al nl' 1 he Hiirsi . jt.^ 

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PRINCE STREET, TRURO, N S. 

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Hidvinci.il NdiiiuiI Srln.dl \va-> (-.t;i!>li^licil in 1S57, witli Dr. I'l nc^Ui ;il il^ luad: il lia-> two 
minlfl Kidiiis ((iMiiirisiiii; mscii or rii;lu Liradcs and a kiiidcrgarliii lu riiiiii-'li practitc lov ilu- 
Icacliii.-., as well as riiniisliiii^ t"i(-.t class tiiilii)ii in ilu- cliildn 11 l)\ thf nuiilar iciclur-- dl dusc 
j^radi-d riKmi--, a niudil '.iini i;ists a dicroii^li aniiiiiltiiial loiii^f in ((HuuMlicin with tin- normal 
tr.iHiin^. This i-oniliinalion of educational instilntioiis lias a total trachin:; ^talf ol _\o larsons, 
in<l an a\<ra;;c attcmlaiicc of alioiit 1 200 pujiils. i'iii'rr ii al-o a most siicci'ssfnl l»iisiiu->s collcj^c, 

I ondiidcd l)\ Mr. S. '.1. Sndl. wlirrc a thorough course of conuni n iai arithnulir. I k kicpioL;, 

pi!iMi.uisln|i, stino;^raphv, and l\pc wriiin^ i> ^ivi 11 : diploma-N .nc ^i\rn to lliosr who succcssli.'iy 
|)a-.-> tlic cxannnation^. wliii li have ^ct uicil situation- tor uiaiw cl ilir pu|>iN . I'ruro iluis takes iis 
place in the iVont rank as an educational town. T'v, lioii'ls are amoni; tli> Ih-i in ih,- ])ro\inces. 

.\inonL; the natmal lit.iniies may lie mentioned it^ in.nn thoii)Uj;lil'are, riinci- Stre. 1, ulu n 
tile trees, wliieli line il on either -ide, are in le.ii it loim^ ati a\i'nae iie 11 .1 mile iri Kn^di, making; 
il one of till pietiii'st still 1-. It has Im .11 our --"mI lorlimc to <je, and « ould li,udl\ •• surpassed 
in the I )ominion. I'lii paik, well our des< riptivc p. .aii . lail when we attempt to ^ive an adequate 
• lesiription o! its heautv ; a ra\ine. a hrook. 'Uslic lirid;;c> ami srats, alisolute seclusion, e\try 
thin:; that makes a perfectly idi al 1 om eplitin ol natmal Ih,iu1\ is ih. le. and a more perlc< t spoi 
We cannot eoiweivi. .md \\i d.iri noi .iiiempt to desiiilic. < •! llii-^ pl.i' «■ I'ruro i-, iiisth pmud. 
\o| iiion th.in ten minutes .salk from the railwav station and \ou .tie hid .iway atom with ii.iture 
111 a soiiliKli alnutst incom ei\al>lc mo w at the worrj' and 'fret ol i\erday ImsiiU'ss lije. 



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'riiiKi li;i > ;i \ 1^111011^ cluirdi lilc, ;ill iIk' (Iciuimiiialiiiii , luiii;^ well rt|iif>(Mtr(i : linn- .iic Icii 
( liiiiclu., With all a \cia^r Slating (a|iacily <it ,550 pcisoiis. 

'i'lif watciuoik ^N^tiiii, jiisl iKiw imdfrj^oinL' iiii|iiii\i im m l>\ tln' adtlilinii nl a mw dam ami 
risfiAdii, L;i\is aiii|ilc ^iipph' ol i^dod watrr loi ddimslii' and n.liiiaiN liic |ii(i|i 1 tidii |)iii()tiM>, 
iiiidii a |ii( >>iir( 1)1 S5 to 100 |Miiinds tn ilu' >i|iian' im li, ami il mmr wric lUi-di i| 11 ( mild In 
>ii|»|)lird tnini Salmon ki\(f li\ intaiis of slcam miaiy |)iiin|iN, ktjil in n .nliiics'- lot nmmdiatt' 
!:m- ill the |)iim|)ini; elation. An . lirtiif liii- .daiiii >\ iini i- o|i(ialc'd m i omui lion vvitli ilw water 

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Till! 'ri.\n;<-(irMii)i AN is a ^nml iit'\vs|i!i|i<'r and mh ci liscs well. Whai we do I'lH' (Hii'sclvcs we can do for 
yon. Kale- ciii a|>|)licaii()ii. Addics-. A LI- li I'.l) ('. Mil, I,. Ivlitor ami Manimcr, 'riiiru. Nii\a Scnija. 
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Woollens and Knit Goods, 

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The principal liotcls to slop at arc tlic Dominion House, J. W. Walsh, ])ro])rietor : (Irand 
(Jcntral Hotel, Alexander (barter, pro|)rietor : Hotel American, !•'. C. i'aulds, proprietor; l.car- 
mont Hotel, A M l-earinont, |)ro|)rietor : Maitland House, W. I. Mcl.ellan, [)ro])rietor : Oxford 
House, A. McNutt, proprietor; New I'arker House, M W. Ainsley, proprietor; Stanley Hotel, A. 
S. Murphy, |)r()prietor. 'I"he principal business and professional men are: Campbell i^i: Campbell, 
harristers-at law : A. R. l''ull()n iV Co, dealers in carriages, harness, agricultural implements and 
seeds; Patterson iV Kulton, barristers-at law : S. N. Snell, business college; Suckling it Chase, 
florists : Rufus A. Tremaine, barristt'r at-law, and the Nyassau Cure. 

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BIRD'S EYE VIEW WEYMOUTH, N. S. 



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EYMOU rn, 47 mills fioni ^'ann()uth and 20 iVoni l>igliy, on ihc I). A. Ry, is situate 
on the River Sis>ili()i) and extends from the "The I'oint "' near " 'l"he Bridge," at which 
j")laee is the town, and coverinii ;' distance of ahout fourniiles, WV'ynioiith was first settled 
by U. 1'-. Loyalists and refiij^eo. who eanie here about the close of the war of the revolutiun in 
America, and was for niany years known as Sis'^iboo. At the village are many business establish- 
ments, several funis conduclinn an extensive trade in linuber and other jiroducts of the forest, and 
shipping the same to the West Indies, South America, U. S. A. and (l. 1!., chief among which are 
Messrs. Uurrill iV Co., ( ".. D. Campbell, an 1 Messrs. fxice. The station of the J). A. R. is hert', 
also, an agency of the Merchants I'.ank of il.ilifax, steam saw mills, telegraph and telephone oftices 
etc. Several hotels, within a few minuti's' walk of the station, cater to the wants of the toinist and 
general travelling public in a manner not ex-eilixl in any country town in Nova Scotia. 

I'^roni this point anglers and s])ortsmen fmd a most convenient starting ])oint for the many 
lakes and streams and woods in which to ])ur>ue their fiivorite pastime. A'acationists fmd many 

Mail Orders for Priutin;^ l^roinplly attended to t>y T/n Sun Printing Company, St. John, N. B. 

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MOUTH OF THE SISSIBOO RIVER. 



ways of (jiijoyiiiL; themselvus licrc. for there is good Innitiiig and l)athiiig^and*drives pretty and in- 
teresting in many directions one is up tlie river to the I'alls and Pulp Mill another uj) the Kay 
lo Harton and I'lyniplon, or down tiie Bay to Meteglian, passing through the settlements of the 
defendants of the old I'lench Acadians. The I'rencli language is still spoken almost exclusively 
among tliemselves, and many yet retain old customs and style of dress, the women particularly 
looking so ])i(turesi|ue in their head dress — tlie kerchief One is impressed with the general ap- 
l)earance of thrift and progress tiiat pervades the entire ilistrict, and the people are, generally speak- 
ing, honiiuralile, law al)iding citizens. This drive cannot fail to interest as it is one of the prettiest 

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out of Weymouth on :i bright summer day. Another favorite (h-ive is to the I -iiiht House, on tlie 
Xew Kdinl)uri;li side of the river. L*.y tlie time tlie summer travel l)ei;ins again aiiollier novel and 
interesting day may he spent in a visit to New France, 12 mile on what is ealled a log railway (tlie 
rails being composed of round logs). 'IMiis place, formerly known as Silver River, is owned by a 
wealthy and enterprising family, the Messrs. Stehelin, who came here from France in 1795 and 
acijuired large tracts of timi)er lands, on which they have erected large saw mills, haiulsonie dwell- 
ings, stables, etc., and all lighted by electric ligiits. lh\^ in reaching this enchanting spot, a distance' 
of .se\en miles of almost im[)assal)le road (granite roi : ) had to be encountered, making it impos 
sible for the .Messrs. Stehelin to get their lumber to .aarkct, excepting during a short season in 
winter, so they are constructing a railway of their own to convey their lumber to the harbour of 
Weymouth. 

As one leaves the town, proceeding down the river, and on reaching the Town Hall and Ex- 
hibition lUiilding, what has been described as "one of the finest views in America" presents itsilf 
to one's gaze Here you get the most e.xtensive and diversified view of Weymouth scenery to be 

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Jound — from the hiifh ground the "gentle Sissiboo" is seen pursuing its winding couise from the 
Railway Bridge on to the Light House, a distancx- of about two miles, where it flows into the beauti- 
ful St .Mary's Bay. Across the liay, here only five miles wide, looms up Higby Neck, with its blue 
lulls, and the village of Sandy ('ove, nestling in the valley and on the hill sides between the two 
" bluffs" which frown down from their grent height on the peaceful little hamlet below. .Sandy 
Cove: must be seen by every tourist visiting Weymouth. Its scenery is truly swiss like in character, 
and do not miss walking through to Bay of i-'undy — a most picturesi|ue walk of about a mile and 
a half where amethysts, agates and other stones abound. 

Digby Neck is high mountainous range about twenty live miles long and two wide and separates 
St. Mary's Bay from the Bay of fundy. No better yachting t-ould be desired than may be had in 
the waters of St. Mary's Bay, it being forty miles long and from five to ten miles wide, and is not; 
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Along the banks of the Sissiboo from the village to " the point " many cozy residences with 
well kept grounds are seen Shade and fruit trees abound, of the latter, the chi^rry is most eon 
spicuous. Cherries are one of the attractions to Weymouth. y\lmost every one has clierry trees 
and Weymouth cherries are of a particularly sweet and luscious sort. A number of jirivale liouscs 
are thrown opiii (luring the summer months for the entertainment of visitors and several of these 
may be found in the locality last described. Here the scenery, high situation, bathing and l)oating 
privileges and nearness to the Bay make it a most desirable location for families or persons intend 
ing to spend the summer from home, or even for a week or two's sojourn, (lood boating and 
bathing, good roads for driving or wheeling, good hotels and boarding houses, and good drinking 
water, all tend to make Weymouth one of the best places in the "Land of Evangeline" to spend 
a vacation holiday. The principal hotels to stop at are the Ashleigh House, W. W Jones, prop.: 
Weymouth House, R. L. Black, prop.: Beauregard House, Thos. ¥. Bourgue, prop. Principal 
merchants and business men are Thos. F. Farnham, printer ; J. Arthur Grierson, barrister : V. A. 
Landry, papers, etc.; J, C. Muise, merchant tailor. 

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WOLFVILUE, N. S. 

TTYOI-FVILLE is one of the most progressive and hcautiriilly located towns in Nova Scotia. 
VA/ its commanding position on the South shore of the Minas i'asin in .lull view of that grand 
sweep of water, with IMomidon and the Cumberland Mountains on the Nortii, the dykes 
of (Irand i're to the Ivist, and tiie Cornwallis River and valley lying on llie West, making a charm 
ing scene, its growlli has been healtln- and rapid, under the d()ui)le lienefits of a good internal 
system, and a rich agricultural and iiorlicultural region surrounding it. Its jjopulalion of 1,500 is 
incri'asing steadily, its streets art' improN ing, and fine residences are being i)uill every year. Acadia 
University, .Acadia Seminar)' for ladii'S, ami Morton Collegiate Academ\', with an average yearl) 
attendance of 250 students, with a large staff of professors and teachers, and linel\' e(|ui[)ped Public 
School, ■ ke Wolfvillea leading educational town. The people living undiir such favourable con 
ditions show the good results of these advantages. People of means and leisure fmd it well to 
settle in Wolfville. The town is peace abiding and strictly prohibition, h'dectric lighting for the 
streets, a fine water system, tcle[)hones, and a railway depot at its centre, make all the modern 
convenience of a city. Its churhces are Presbyterian, iNfethodist, I'>pisc()i)al, Roman and a IJaptist 
largely in the lead. The surrounding country is e.xtremely jjrospcrous and rich. Inexhaustible 



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Cornwallis Valley, 

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Scott's Bay, {''^^^^^!y) 
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«lyko hiiuls oiirich il, thdiisaiid of acivs yielding large' (]iiainities of hay. Tlic roads run tliroiigh 
miles of a|)|)lc ircrs. Wolfvillc is as a crown to the Anna|)olis Xallcy, so famous is ilu' home of tlic 
(h-aveiistcin a|)|)lc. Tlie assessed saluation of the town is over $400,000. The town's assets are 
about $5('»,ooc. It has eigiit mile.> of streets, many handsome buildings, fuu' stores and well stocked 
business iiouses. 

To the tourists who are coming every year to Nova Scotia in increasing thousands, Wolfville 
is the stopping place on the way to Cirand Pre. 'I'o come to Xova Scotia without visiting (hand 
Pre, is to see I'Vance and miss Paris, or to pass tiirough Fjigland and not visit London. 'i"he 
ICvangeline story as told by Longfellow has immortalized this locality. The expulsion of the 
first dwellers here, the Acadian I'lench, in the year 1755, and the subse(iuent occupation of tile 
country by i'Jiglish settlers and the many incidents of liiose earlier times, gives a colour to the 
country never to be lost. Such is Wolfville with Orand Pre lying beside it, the very door to that 
historic |)lace. Here in full view are seen the most famous tides in the world. Sweeping back 
and forth the water rises and falls sixty and even seventy feet. In a few hours these immense 
river t-hannels are emjjty, vessels are left high and dry on their keels in the soft earth, miles from 
dee[) water. In a few hours the rapid tide fills all the empty channels again. On tiie shores of 
niomidon and on the north shore of the Hasin |)uri)le amethyst, beautiful agate, jasper, calcite, 
acad'alite, and many other minerals abound. Tiie best hotels to sto|) at are the Motel American, 
\, v.. I )uncanson, proprietor : Hotel Central, F. W. Selfridge, proprietor; Royal Hotel, |. W . 
Ueckwith, proprietor ; Rose Cottage, F. P. Rockwell, proprietor, Principal merchants and busi- 
ness men are \\ . J. J5alcolm, livery stables ; E. S. Crowley, barrister ; R. E. Harris, grocer, (S:e.; 
J. F. Herbin, jeweller : Geo. E. Rand, chemist and druggist ; E. P. White ife Co., merchant tailors. 

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ESTABLISHED 1353, 



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OF THE "LAND OF EVANGELINE." 



J. F. HERBIN. Jeweller, - Wolfville. N. S. 



Acadian Woods, Apple and Willows, made *^ ^* Native Stone. Amethyst. Agate, Jasper, 
into Cups, Trays, Boxes. Canes, Etc. ^ %f Pearl, Set in Jewelry and in the rough. 

Mineral Specimens many kinds. 

Souvenir Spoons, China and Baol<s. Photos of Orand Pre, Blomidon, Gaspereau and all Historic Places. 



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GERRISH STREET, WINDSOR, N. S. 



WINDSOR, N. S. 

A. 

/ J Y INI)h>01\, a seaport, jjost, and inoiu'v dukT lowii in Hants ("ounty, on tin.' arm of Mina 
^^^ Hasin. A station on the D. A. Railway, 46 miles from Halifax. It is the seat of Kings 
('ollege. (lypsiuii abounds in the vicinity. It is alst) a port of entry. The streets are 
nicely laid and are good for riding on. 'I'he siurounding <-ounlry is i)eaiitiful. 'I'iie tourist should 
stop off at Windsor for a few days on their journey through the Annapolis X'alley. 'i"he hotel 
acconniiotlation is good, and the peoi)le are sociable : a stranger will therefore be al>le to enjoy 
him or herself while here, The climate is di'liglitful, the Menery is good. What more is wanted 
to make your stay in Windsor a pleasant (jne ? it has |)rinting offices, furniture factories, cotton 
fact(jry, banks, express, telegraph and telephone offices. 'I'he principal |)rofessi(;nal men are 
]}lanchard I'i: .Morse, barrislers-at-law : Wm. M. Christie, barrister-at law : (leorge 11. King, bar 
rister at law, and Shaw X: Sangster, barristiirs-al law. 

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BRIDGE, WINDSOR. N. S. 




WINDSOR COLLEGE, WINDSOR. N. S. 



WILLIAM 15URRILL & CO. 



Cieoeral Store. 



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Staple and Faneji Drjl Goods, Boots, SMes, Rubbers, 






Choice Gr<>ceries, 
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YARMOUTH. NOVA SCOTIA. 



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YARMOUTH, N. S. 

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ISINCi into faiiif among the summer saunturcrs of llic republic is tlic portal town (jf the 
Maritime Provinces, and no place is better suited to be the gate of the cast, for none will 
convey a more ])leasing first impression to tourists. 
In the olden days, nine hundred years ago, the Norsemen first visited tiiis country and, coast- 
ing along the white beaches and undulating reaches of the south shore, their Wonder Strand, they 
arrived at the bay where Yarmouth now stands, and passing the island at the mouth of the harbor 
they sailed up and entered a charming wood-encircled, island-dotted chain of lakes linked by nar- 
row passages. They were delighted with the place and there, story tells, they made their homes. 
Six centuries later those intrepid French explorers, the fathers of Acadia, the l)ravc Demonts 
and tlie gallant (Jhamplain, in their turn explored the coast and again the site f)f X'armouth town 
was visited and the unique conditions there were admired. Much they wondered at the level 
stretches of sedgy shore, verdant with sturdy life, much they admired the beauty of the lakes. 



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Later, hut muru thorough in their visitations, the English came a century and a half after- 
wards, and, being delighted with the fisheries, they remained and made their home there. 

Last of these movements is one going on now, when American tourists are beginning to flock 
to ^'aiinouth to enjoy the coolness and the balmy bree/cs of its summer months, to drive among 
its i)ictures(|ue surrounding beaches, to fish and shoot among the islands and lakes that abound in 
the vicinity, to l)oat and bathe in the waters that lave its sloping shores and to lounge in its pleas- 
ant hotels and saunter along its tree-shaded and hedge-lined streets. 

All the travellers and e.\[)lorcrs of the past were pleased with the natural endowments of this 
place where, in the stiring days of the present, a little city has arisen. Now, the travellers of today 
are just as mucli pleased with these natural endowments, considered from a tourists's point of 
view, in fact from any point of view, and the thousands who landed there this year will carry away 
with them to the summer-hot factory towns of New England stories of the fond days they sjjent in 
the fairy land of Nova Scotia, and next summer will return in redoubled numbers to summer 
there. 

Yarmouth is delightfully situated on a level stretch bordering upon a tidal harbor of the same 
name The harbor looks toward the south, and the town is located on the eastern shore and 
around the head. 'I'he upper ])ortion of the town is known as Milton, so called from being the 
location of the industries of the town when the [)lace was first founded. Now it is chiefly a 



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YARMOUTH, N 8 



GEO K THOMSON. D. D. S. 

HALIFAX, N. 8. 



DRS. HARDING & THOMSON, 

DENTISTS, 

YARMOUTH and HALIFAX. 



LOCAL AND GENERAL ANAESTHETICS USED IN EXTRACTION. 
"hale METHOD" FOR OBTRUDING SENSITIVE DENTINE. 



Yarmouth Offices : 343 MAIN STREET. 



THE NEAREST DRUG AND STATIONERY STORE 
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The Only Ready=Made Clothing Store in Town. 

We are Manufacturers Agents. Only one Profit between Maker and Buyer. 

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rosidcntal scat, business having moved to the centre, wliich also attracted to itself much of the 
lower end. I jke most towns N'armoutli lias had a tendency to move upward, speakin;^, of cmirso, 
front a geographical point of view, though the same remark might he made from a commercial, 
intellectual or moral point of view. Taking other instances in the provinces, St. John moved up 
harbor, Moncton and I'Vcdericton moved up river. So, in Yarmouth, the business wliicli was down 
at the lower end is now transacted in the central portion. This is accounted for by tlu; fact that 
the harbor makes in there and wharfage facilities are llie l)est. These inducements were sulficienl 
to draw the shipbuilders, fisii-dealers and manufacturers there. 

Yarmouth has the inevitable Water street and Main street of the seacoast town. On the 
former are located all the factories and the warehouses and wharves of those who are interested in 
shipping. On Main street are located some handsome blocks and the street lias a neat and pros, 
perous apjiearance. This street is about two miles long and is traversed by a si)lendid electric car 
service. Back of this the residental portion of the town extends for about a mile, at first a 
perfectly level stretch, at length rising gently into a slight elevation. Here, to these retreats from 
the cares and turmoil of the day, the people jf Yarmouth retire after the office doors have been 
locked and spend cool and pleasant evenings amid grove-embowered houses and delightful lawns 
gardens, where the art of landscape gardening has been brought to the highest degree of perfection. 
For everyone in this most charming of towns has a prett)- residence and grounds. Of course the 
place possesses a large wealthy class who naturally have tastily appointed houses with appropriate 

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J. A. CRAIG, 



Chemist and Druggist. 



DEALER IN^ "niiiu^k. CKoicc IhrxpoKccl DrucjvS, A\cc|icirNevS, a»\c| CKclrvicalA, ekL<«.o tKc 
fihcvst \\t\z of Im|3oKccj iviAcJ DomcAtic Cigat-A aM TofjaccoA \t\ ToWr>. 



MAIN ^TRcrr, opp. PO^'ST orricE, 



YARA\OLITH, N. 5. 



YARMOUTH DUCK AND YARN CO., 



(Limiteci.) 



MANUKACrUHlCWH OK 









Cotton Ducks, 
Sail, Wide^-d 
Ounce, 



SAIL AND WRAPPING TWINES. 



YARMOUTH, 



NOVA SCOTIA. 











Wholosalo Dealer in and Shipper of all kinds of. 



FRESH FISH. 



Halibiit, Mackerel, S^'li'^op, Ti*o^t, SiJf^^lts, E^ls, 

Ood, Xla.cic:ioc3s., Lolosters. Stc 



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YARMOUTH, Nova Scotia. 



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surroundings. TUit beyond tliese, among those more moderately circumstanced there is the same 
prevailing desire to have a home upon whicli they can look with pleasure. Yarmouth is essentially 
a home town, the comforts of home are the boon of life there and naturally home virtue of tem- 
IH'rance, sobriety, industry and integrity prevail. Considered from a moral point of view ^'armouth 
is unrivalled, and its exci'llence in this res])ert may l)e ascril)od entirel) to its delightful homes. 

'I'he lovely eiiglish hawthorne hedge is much in vogue in Varmouth, and it would be an 
interesting speculation as to how many miles there are. (Certainly there are a gn'at many : every 
family seat, every home, whetiier of very superior jiretensions or if only modest demeanour, is 
belted in by its girth of green. 'I'he moist climate of ^'armouth particularly well adapts it for 
the growth of hedges, 'i'lu'y spring up to a height of about three feel in a couple of years, and 
they retain their verdant color the whole year round. Some of these hedges are very fine, and 
occasionally one is seen that an ordinary tree would not feel too u|)pish to mate with. 

On the aclivily back of the town is a very i)retty cemetery, of svliirh Narmouth is very proud, 
and well she might be, for it is always beautiful. A very suggestivi- sight to the writer when he 
visited it was to see a little child all alone decking a grave with flowers. If that is how N'armouth 
children are brought up, no wonder is it that they respect their dead Then further up is a waste 
place, where brush and wild i)lants grow, but which will be turned into a park when occasion and 
the volume of travel demands. Some of the council are workiiiii; hard for it, and with energetic 
men in its advocacy it must be at least a possibility. Over the hill, and a few miles away, lies the 

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SURGEON 
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Extracting &t\<\ Artificial Work 

SPECIALTIES. 

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YARMOUTH 
SHELBURNE. 



COAniKP of the Line leave YAUMorTII for ARGYLK, rUBNIfO, BAHUINGTON, 
SlIKI.HrHNK and LOCKroKT on arrival of steamer from Hoston ; also after the 
ari'ival of trains from Halifax. 

RETURNING, 

Coach leaves Shclhiirne at fonr o'clock p. ni. for IJarrington, rnbnico, Argylc and Yar- 
month, connectin;! with train for Halifax tlie following morninfi. Also coach leaves Bar- 
riniilon at eight o'clock a. m., eonneclinir with steamer for Boston same evening. 

Throngli tickets can l)e olitaineil at theollice of Yarmontli Steamsliii), Bost(m, and on 
l)oard steamers, for Lockport and intermediate points; also at coach ofllces Shelburne, 
IJarrington, and Yarmontli for Hoston. 

Special teams for anv point on the ronte at reasonable rates. 
For fnrthi'r iu/onnation apphi to, 

JAMES FROST & SONS, Proprietors. 



EDGAR J. YIGKERY, 

Bookseller in id Stationer. 



WHOLESALE 

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truly Arcad'an vale of Arcadia, with a stream winding its sinuous placidity past sloping meadows 
and grazing kine and wind-fanned marshes and miniature islands and then lulling into slumber a 
quiet village, murmurs trantjuilly like the fabled swan, singing to its death in the ail-devouring 
ocean. 

At the mouth of Yarmouth harbor Bunkers Island stretches across and protects it from 
boisterous winds. Beloved of mariners is Bunker's Island, for it affords a safe retreat from the 
weather in two ways. When seamen are under the weather, actually, tliey retreat to the safe 
anchorage whicli it provides ; when they are under the weather, metaplujrically, they retreat to the 
haven of refuge which it again provides — a marine hospital. 

Extending out from the west side of the harbor, opposite to that on which ^'armouth stands, 
reaches a long am half bent in a greedy attitude and with two fingers sticking out at the end. 
This is Yarmouth cape. West Cape, or Cape Forchu as it is variously termed. At the end is a 
high wooded bluff and at the very extremity stands a lighthouse. Fartlier in toward the mainland 
the arm seems to lose some of its strength, for it is here nothing more than a bar which has to be 
protected from the corroding sea by a breakwater. Here there is ([uite a fishing and canning 
village, known as Fish Point. A horseshoe beach here affords splendid bathing facilities, and is a 
good location for any one who would wish to erect a hotel. Three temperatures of water could 
be obtained at the spot. The water might be hemmed into the cove where it would be warmed 

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FRANK H. WILSON & CO., Proprietors, - YARMOUTH. N. S. 






Manufacturers of the LEADING RANGES and STOVES in the Maritime Provinces. 

Among which are NEW MODEL RANGE, WORLD'S FAIR RANGE, 
PRIZE RANGE, LEADER COOK (forwOOd), ISLAND GROWN. 

And a Large Variety of Parlor, Hall and General Heating Stoves. Vessels' Stoves in Different 
Sizes and Kinds. Hollow Ware all Sizes. Sinks all Sizes. Chimney Receivers, Etc. Etc- 

Iron FeociDg lor Cemetery Lots. House Castings ani! ^'Utters. dillereDt styles. 



Also I'l.OWS, ROAD SCKAI'KRS and C.l^NI-n^AI, CASTINCS. 



Calalnt>iie and I'rioes on Ajililication, 



Wholcsdlf anil Retiiil Dealers in HARD ami SOFT COAL. Constantly in Stock OLD COMPANY 
LRIIKill HARD COAL, dilleient sizes, and SOFT COAL of ilillennt kintls. 

Auenis for llie DRUMMOND MINK of Pietoti for the County of Yarmoutli. 

FRANK H. WILSON & CO. 

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by the sun into j^enial licat on the shallow flats. The cold surf hath could ho indulged in, and 
one of intermediate temperature as well. Thus a physician's prescri])tion for haths of assorted 
temperature could be filled here by nature without the aid of man, and lo much, better purpose 
than when the musty water of city haths are used. This neck is within easy distance of lUinker's 
Island, which, by the way, is not really an island, but a peninsula connected with tlie Wtrmouth 
side by a sandy isthmus. Outside the island and inclosed between Cape I'on-hu, whicli is l'"rench 
for forked, and Cliei)ogue Point, a corruption of the .Micmac Itel»ogue (s|)ring water), lie^ Var- 
moutii sound, an admiralile place for yachting, as tlie wind is steady and I'risk almost always. 
C'hebogue I'oint is the extremity of the backbone of Yarmouth, the hill in its rear se|)arating the 
valleys of N'armouth and Arcadia and then lea[)ing far south into the sea in the shape of C'hebogue 
i'oint. Here the first settlers slo|)ped about one luindred and tiiirty years ago, when they came 
from the neighboring colonies, and tlie name Town Point commemorates the fact. Sunday Point 
is another historic suggestion, for it was on Sunday that they landed, and the date was June 9th, 
1761. On that day these adventurous families laiil the foundation of a town wiiicii now luisalioiit 
7,000 iiihabilants. The heads of tiiese families were .Seal Lander.s, Kbene/er i^llis and Moses 
Perry. Tiiey had the usual trials ami tribulations of first settlers and did not liave to wait long 
to participate in those three great events to which all humanity rusiies and which sums u[) our 
wiiole existence births, deaths and marriages. Anna Perry was the first birth, I aicy Crosby 
was the first deceased and John Crosby, jr., and i'atty Howard were the principals in the first 
marriage. 

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Yarmouth County is very much broken up in its configuration. C.reat bays bite way into the 
land, and the coast is strewn promiscuously with islands where wild fowl congregate. Tn its 
formation one general system is followed. It consists of a parcel of i)aralell river valleys running 
directly north and south, rising in numerous lakes in the heart of the county and flowing between 
stretches of Hats at their mouth. JJetween these river valleys rise ranges of hills. This formation 
makes the county and the town admirably adapted to be a tourist retreat. Tt causes a pleasing 
diversity of scenery, including magnificent sea scapes with stern cliffs and gentle beaches, rocky 
islands and greenbacked promontories : of pictures(iue landscapes where (juiet domestic river 
valleys and marsh land predominate ; and of wild lakes and waterfalls where the beauty is of the 
sublime type. Among the lakes and pools the salmon v'v.\ trout sport, along their shores and 
amid the woods moose, bear and other game abound. On the islands off the coast duck, geese 
and other wild fowl fly. Truly the sportsmen can have his fill, and many come down from the 



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T. W. STONE MAN. 



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" Newr Yopk Standapd Pattepns. 



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EDVv^ARD ALLEN, 



WHOLESALE A\I> liETAfL. DEALET? /.V FIIIST-CLASS . . . 

Groceries^ Provisions^ Meats, Poultry f Fruit, 

TEAS AND COFFEES A SPECIALTY 



DIRECT IMPORTER. 

YARMOUTH, N. S. 



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MAIN STREET. LOOKING SOUTH. YARMOUTH. N. S. 



Huh in the fall to spend a few pleasant days with the trusted hunters and guides of Yarmouth 
among the favcjrite haunts of the deni/ens of wood and lake and stream. 

Next adjoining the Cheboguc valley of Arcadian simplicity, lies the Tusket valley, about ten 
miles due east of Yarmouth. Here there is a thriving village, a chani of lakes where game 
abound, a river m whose pools at the foot of sparkling waterfalls sport the finny tribe, and a group 
of islands where considerable fowling is done. 

Next come the villages of Argyle and Pubnico. At the latter place dwell the D'Entrements, 
who are connections of the La 'I'our stock, and who were exiled from Acadia at the time of the 
expulsion, but returned again. And here it might be mentioned that the history of Yarmouth, 
unlike the ])rosy story of New ICngland towns, is touched here and there with a bright tint, where 
the Acadian in his graceful- luied costume, and his uni(|ue character appeared. The presence of 
the Indian, the Nonsemen and the Acadian, gives color to tlie days of the past that the chronicles 
of the English do not give. 

The I'Vench Acadians had settlements at Chebogue and also at Lake Vaughan, on the Tusket 
chain, but with the rest of their race they were dispossessed of tlieir lands and the story of 
the occurrance is wrapped amid a wonderful mystery of legend and story that niiserc Jiciinii, is 
being dissipated by the sun of the present and lost to mankind. 

So much for the surroundings east of the town I Cloing north the tourist skirts a chain of 
lakes which form the valley of the Yarmouth system. These are connected with one another and 

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with the harbor by a narrow passage. Around that which unites the harbor witii the first of the 
chains are clustered the handsome residences of Milton. Tliese lakes were exceedingly unfortun- 
ate in their christening, having been dubbed with the very luiroinantic appellations of Mrsl, Second 
and 'I'hird lakes. A ])erson must not, however, judge them by their names, for he would obtain a 
decidedly wrong impression of their [)ossessions. No fuicr stretch of water could be imagined, 
nothing better could be desired in the way of boating and canoeing. There is a fine yacht club 
.i.,''i the facilities for boating cannot be surpassed in the Maritime I'ro\inces. 

Second lake is small, and is best adapted for a canoe to hold two on a moonlight night. 'i'h<-' 
•":hers are longer, about two miles each, and present a g(jod sweep for rowing and paddling. They 
are nicely bordered by a tree-lined shore and slopes liiat rise into hills and |)rotect tiiem from the 
winds. Set in a luxuriant valley and studded with islands they present a very pleasing prospect 
and one of the most delightful of Yarmouth drives is to skirt the lakes. A thing ol)servable when 
taking such a drive is the fact that the road along l''irst lake is bordered on the shore siile by a 
walk where there is only room enough for two. 'i'ourists who are young in years should remem- 
ber this fact, for it is a very romantic walk and just overlooks the lake. 

On the opposite side of the harbor from \'armouth lie the i)leasant meadows of Overton, 
where just as the writer walked about on his pleasant tour of insjjection the aftermath was breath- 

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COLLINS STREET. YARMOUTH. N. S. 



ing sweet fragrance. Here was found, some years ago, a valuable historic relic, which has produced 
considerable controversy among historians. It is the Xorse stone, wiiich, unlike the many sup- 
posed Norse remains discovered in New England, is believed to be genuine, and is pronounced 
such by high authorities on Norse (|ueslions. It is an established fact, tiiat X'ikings under Lief the 
l.ucky visited America, and founded the town of iJialtahlid, in the county of \'ineland, the (lood. 
So in regard to the location of these places that controversy has arisen, and it has been a moot 
point as to whether Vineland was in New luigland or in Nova Scotia. Both places answer e(|ually 
well as regards distance, general nature of coast, climate, etc., and N'armouth answers admirably 
to the description of Urathahlid with its location on a tidal harbor, protected by an island, and 
connected vith a lake by a jjassage. The likeness of description, and the hnding of the stone, 
when associated, makes cpiite an array of evidence in favor of the sujjposition that Warmouth was 
the site of Brathahlid. The inscription on the stone was tran.slated — Haki's son addressed the 
men ^ and the records of these expeditions tell that one Haki was a member of them. The point 
is, however, unsettled, but whether or not Yarmouth wns the Vineland of nine centuries ago, it is 
the Vineland of today, for the grapes of its hothouses are great luxuries. West of Overton is the 

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MILTON, N. S. 



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valley of Issegoggin, corrupted by the English in their indelicacy of taste into Checoggin, a 
delightful region. 

Yarmouth possesses a number or thriving industries, including woollen mills, shoe factories 
iron foundries, box factories, a cotton duck factory, a lobster cannery and other institution, which, 
in the aggregate, give employement to a large nunil)er of iiands In addition to being the terminus 
of the Dominion Atlantic Railway it is also the starting point of the ('oast Railway, a line which 
has already been built eastward for fourty miles, to I'ubnico, and is being extended along tiie coast 
eastward to Shelburne and Halifax. The princii)a! business and professional men are as follows, 
vi/ ; Edward Allan, grocer; ]>urrell Johnston Iron Company, limited ; Wm Durriil & Co, general 
dealers: ("ook it Stonemavi, dry good merchants : Corning it Chapman, l)arristers-at-law ; J. A. Craig, 
druggist ; T. H. Dane iV Sons, clothiers ; James I'rost & Son, coacii line ; Harding it 'I'homson, 
dentists ; W. A. Killam, fish dealer; Sanford H. I'elton, barrister-at-law ; H.C. Richards, dentist ; 
M. .\. Shaw, ready-made-clothier; Thomson i\: Co., druggists and stationers; E. J. Vickery, stationer, 
I'lank W. Wilson, foundry ; Yarmouth Duck and \'arn Co. The leading hotels to stop at are: 
Grand Hotel, Grand Hotel Company and Queen Hotel, E. M. Nichols, proprietor. 

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THE ROCKS, ALBERT COUNTY, N, □. 

Al^BERT, N. B. 

US SUkKOLNDINCS AND IIS .Vri'RACIIONS A'l' SLICllT COST lO THE 

SUMMER 'I'OURISrS. 

/^ 1,1)1'", RT, formally 11()])c\vl'11 Corner, is the centre of a cluster of villages in that part of 
^JL AllR'rt County known to the past generation as Shepody. It is the present terminus of 
tile Salisbury and Harvey Railway, which ta|)s tiie Intercolonial at Salishurv, e,^ miles to 
the west of Monclon and 7O miles east of St. John. This line, 45 miles in length, intrtxluces the 
traveller, on the one hand, to hne ranges of hills, clad with spruce, hirtch and majile, and on the 
other to hroad acres of marsh, that skirt the northern shores of the IJay of l'"un(ly, reclaimed from 
the tides that for ages have deposited to great depth the rich soil which now yiekls such bountiful 
crops of hay year after year, without imposing on its owner the tedious labor and heavy cost of 
cultivaticjii and top-dressing re(|uired on the upland. 



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Mail Orders for Printing promptly attended to I'v The Sun Printing Company, St John, N. B. 

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0. &. I. PRESOOTT, 

Lumber Manufacturers 
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General Store Stoves ank. Hardware. 

General Tinsmiths. 
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Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and SJioes, 

GROCERIES. PROVISONS OF ALL KINDS, 

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ALBERX. 



Albert County, N. B. 



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Amid siicli siirroundin^js ii would iiatiiially Ik' txpt'ctid that liiml)t'rin}; and agriculture would 
loini iH) uiiin)i)ortaiU |)arl of tla- stapk' industries ol' tlijs locality, and sncli is llit- case. Albert 
itself, Ijcsidcs the ninuerous small mills adjacent, which cut from a million down, has one mill that 
turns out four or five millions of lumlier annually. It has two carriage factories, a furniture 
factory, sliam grist mill and planing mill, steam tannery, printing office, an extensive nursery, eight 
general stores, besides a number of other stores and industries. In i87i> I,. M. Wood, a talented 
yoimg resident, began to do job printing, and in January, iSSo, he publislud the first modest 
issue of the "Maple Leaf." Owing to ill healtii Mr. Wood ri'inovi'd to the Pacific coast after ten 
years of excellent work on his paper, which he itroughl u\> to its present si/e. The |)a[)er has 
been issued every 'I'hursday up to the present. l'"or over seven years it has been in the hands of 
the presi-nt editor and publislur, j. II. Rhodes. 

Albert's public buildings are : Public hall, Haptist and Methodist churches, school house and 
private residences all reflect credit on its inhabitants, both as to the exterior and interior appoint 
ments by the absence of gaudiness and the disjjlay of taste suited to the general surroundings. 

.All visitors to Albert are charmed by the ap|)earance of comfort and prosperity on every 
hand, 'i'he extended views presented by the broad marshes, the little villages that dot the rising 
upland, the excellent roads for wheel or carriage, the pretty drives, the changing sf-enes of wood 
and water, of island and open bay, and in the distance the long stretching line of the Nova .Scotia 
shore, far as the eye can see, and last, but not least, the welcome summer coolness by night or 
(lay, which banishes all thought of fatigue and gives /est to ixxly, mind, and api)etite. 

Within a short distance the tourist will find ample opportunity for picnics. On the highland 
at the Hill, on Shepody Mountain, by the Hay Shore at Mary's Point, or by boat to (Irindstone 
Island, or up the ("rooked Creek, where he might try the trout : or at West River or (lermantown 
Lake or .Mcl'"adden, where both rod and gun migiit come in lilay. To those who wish to leave the 
burning city behind and absolutely rusticate at a very trilling expense, Albert and its vicinity pre.sent 
exceptional attractions and will fill the bill. Visitors from Boston, New York, Chicago and else- 
where have been down here to cool off during July and August, and coming once, they come 
again. Do not make any mistake, however, for plain and substantial fare, without frills and fix 
ings, is the fashion of our hosts. You touch the button and the climate does the rest. 

'I'he trade of the outlying districts largely centres at Albert. Hcsides the more distant places, 
Harvey (."orner, Harvey Hank, Riverside and Hopewell Hill form a cluster of villages within a 
radius of three miles of Albert, whose total population is about two thousand. A more picturescjue 
grou[), whether viewed from the hills, the river, or the bay, is difficult to find. Each place has 
attrac tions of its own, and the group presents a different appearance from each standpoint. 

From Albert, looking southerly, across the Sheijody river and over the marshes, are the spires 
of the I>aptist, Methodist and Episcopal churches, the schools, the public hall, the railway station, 
the shipyard and jjublic wharves, some handsome private residences and long lines of houses 
stretching in several directions, both up the hills and along the shore line. Most visitors are 
attracted by the Hay View Cemetery on account of the beauty of its situation as well as for its 
tastefully laid out grounds, where, as the name implies, a fine view of the bay may be attained, the 
shores stretching round from here to Mary's Point, the favorite spot for bathing. 

.About a mile to the north east of Albert is Riverside, a charming village in this group. It if. 
possessed of the i)rettiest Presbyterian church in the county and has an excellent jjublic hall. 
Here, also, is (loverninent house, the residence of His Honor, .Xbner Reid McClelan, the l.ieu 
tenant (lovernor of New Hrunswick. The buikling is modern in style, with all up to date con 
venienccs, antl is considered one of the most desirable residences in this part of the province, 
'i'he streets are in fine condition, level, at right angles, and with shade trees on either side. There 



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arc several ^ciirial sloic-., ^tcaiii mill, planing mill, laiiiicry, etc, lis s( hooiicis arc employed 
( hiolly in caiiyiiin liimln r to St. joliii ami oilier porls. 

Aboiil Iwo mile>, lieyoiiil is Ilopewcll Hill, ils houses strfli'liiiig alonj,' llie road liuill oil the 
ri'.iiig land lietwccii the maishes and llic looi of ilie Sliepod\' moimlain, so calK'd, an clcsalion of 
aiiiiiii 1,000 I'cct. It-, n.iiiii', Slicpody, is saiil to he a corrnplioii of C/uipciiit /h'ru, ( iod's Cap: 
siij^gesti'd, no doiilit, to the mind of the Acadians liy the cloud which rc^ts on the top of the 
iiioimtain jjrior to rain, and rises at the approach of fmc weallur, revealing to the espectant 
larmer the shining face of the sun, which turns his acres of j^rass into fragrant hay. 'I'lu old 
.\( adian sillage of Slif|)o(ly dates hack to the time when the Hag of I'lance llnated over this part 
(if the continent, Indeed, tradition tells iis that Carticr's vi'ssels reached the luad waters (»r 
the l!ay of I'lnidy. 'I'lie stoi) of IC\angelinc gives, with touching |)atho-., tlu' history of the 
.\ca<lians on the other side of the hay, almost within our sight. Net, here, in Slupndy, dwell in 
place and contentment the same simple minded people, until, hy the mandate from tne govi'vntvr 
of I lalifaN, their pro|)erty was conliscated to the crown and they svere driven from their homes, 
riic old dykes, the sites of ihi'ir buildings, the graves of ICnglish soldiers and other csidenccs still 
ii main to attest to the fact that these I'xiled people dwelt on these shores. After the ri'vohition 
of 1770 large grants of lanil were made to the loyalists who settled here and m adjai'erit parishes. 
Much of interest in tradition and history pertains to this locality. To those desirous of view- 
ing a wide panorama of gri'at iliversity in sceiieiy, embracing islands and headlands, wood and 
water, rivers and bay, long stretching lines of shores, luxuriant marshes, vessels at anchor in deep 
water or at the wharves, with numerous villages on both sides of the bay. I'hese may l»e seen 
from the summit of the mountain or from the elevated ground at the back of the churches at the 
Hill. 

'IMie Ca[)e Rocks, of which mention will be made shortly, lie between Hopewell Hill, or more 
accurately, between Cape Demoiselle and Hopewell Cape. Yet, as they skirt the bay through 
their entire course, the toiirisi by either road or rail would be in entire ignorance of their existeniv. 
it is thus easy to miss what all exjierienced travellers who have viewed these curiously wrought 
s|)ecimens of nature's handiwork, pronounce the most wonderful attraction of the kind they have 
ever seen. Those who have visited the New England coasts, various parts of the coasts of 
Oanada and of the Ihitish Isles, tell the same story, they have seen nothing like the (."ape Rocks. 
They are unicpie in their attractiveness. 

Hopewell Cape, the shiretown of Albert County, is about twelve miles above Albert and 
seven miles below Hillsboro. It has for many years been regarded as the natural summer resort 
for the residents of Monclon who di'sire to brace their nerves by the cool sea bree/.es of the Cape, 
while their less fortunate neighbors remain sweltering in the city. A small steamer usually runs 
in the summer between the Cape and Moncton, and a ferry boat crosses over lo Dorchester, the 
shiretown of Westmoreland. This proves a great convenience, enabling passengers to make con- 
iH'ctions with the C. P. R. and I. C. R. trains, in some cases with less delay than by the local line. 
Hopewell ("ajie enjoys the patronage of a select class of visitors who have for many years been 
ac'iuainted with its advantages, perhaps through their professional visits during court time. Ikit 
it is only recently that the feature that must make it the [lopular resort for visitors and tourists has 
become generally known. That special feature is the Cape Rocks. 

The accompanying illustration is a mere suggestion of the manner in which the tide has 
circled around the rocks and whittled out the figures to its own taste. Tt gives no adecjuate idea 
of the extent of the rocks, of their height or of the great variety of effects the tide has been able, 
piece by piece, through ages to jiroduce. The rocks themselves are sandstone, yet the base of 
them is conglomerate, both have been worked into islands, and pillars, and arches, anc, caves, 



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which at every few yards assume new features l)()lh individually and collectively. It retjuires hut 
a touch of imagination and a tinge of poetry to believe yourself to he ga/ing ujuju the scul|)tured 
temjjles of India or the giant figures of I'^gypt We do not wonder lliat visitors bring their 
kodaks, and, lacking tiiese, take to their sketcii books, for verbal description of these effects is 
futile. This, we think, is one reason why the Rocks are not more generally known. .Still 
Americans and Canadians have visited them and the number of visitors is yearly on the increase, 
but none of them have yet explored 'The Devil's Den. one of the caves, supposed to rim under 
Shepody Mountain. Its windings are said to have been traced for a mile, ])erlnps. N'es, but the 
chilly dampness, the cold drijjping walls, the gloom accompanying the dim ilicker of the torch in 
its struggles to keep alight are among the discouraging things that have scjuelched the ardor of the 
adventurous and caused them to retrace their ste|)s without discovi-ring the goblin or his home. 

Proceeding from Albert down the bay, the sceniTy becomes bolder and more romantic . 
Waterside, Alma and Point Wolfe have each claims tliat summer visitors will recognise. Esi)ecially 
for boating, bathing, duck shooting and trouting. i'lie hotel charges at these places, as well as 
tliroughout the county, are not more than $i 50 per day Most of the hotels have liveries attached 
the charge for teams is ec]ually moderate. 

The principal hotels to stop at are the (llobe Hotel, W W. Jones, pro])rietor, and the- com 
mercial Hotel, Miss M. McC.owan, |)roprietress. The principal business men are, vi/.: l,oren/(i 
Chapman, physician; C. & I. I'lescott, general dealers: j. H. Rhodes, editor and publisher 
" Maple Leaf," and J. L. Richardson, general dealer. 



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>Iri'UA'l'I^I) on historic I'ay ("lialfur, niidwa) l)i.'twt.'i'ii tlie <ilics of (Quebec and Halifax, 
1^ liatluirsl offers many attrartions to tourists and IravcUors wlio dcsirt' to escape the bustle and 
heat of populous centres, and to spend the summer in the cool and quiet of the seaside 
year l)y year As the advantages nl' the resort become better known larger numbers of visitors spentl 
liie heati'd months along the verdure clad shores of the beautiful harbor, nr enjoy the sport 
afforded on the turbulent, foam tossed, rock ribbed rivers. 

The drives around Ualhurst are numerous. Among them may be mentioned those to " The 
Points," to Pabineau, drand, 'I'etagouciie, Nigadoo Falls, and "around the Basin:'" all of which 
will unfold to the eyes of those who love to contemplate nature unadorned, some e\(]uisite bits of 
landscape, diversified with river, valley, mount, stream and sea. 

(lanoeing, boating and kindred enjoyment may be indulged in, without fear of danger, on the 
placid land-locked waters of the liarbor and its triljutary streams : while within easy reach of town 
and in close jjroximity to farm houses and summer cottages, ample opportunity is afforded those 
who enjoy strolling on the glistening sands, or bathing in the limpid waters ol the bay. 

One of the most attractive features that Bathurst has to offer to the tourist is the fly-fisiiing for 
salmon and trout in the various streams that here abound. Sea trout in vast ijuantities are taken 
from the Pokemouche, Tracadie, Caraipiet, North and other rivers: while salmon may be caught 



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MAIN STREET. BATHURST. N. B. 



ADAMS, BURNS & CO., 
Timber and General Merchants. 



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Mills at Bathurst and Burnsville, 



NEW BRUNSWICK. 



DEALERS IN 



SprffcCy and Pine and Hardwood Luvnhcr^ 
Railway tieH, Cedar Poles^ Pulp Wood, Etc, 



OFFICES AT BATHURST, N. B. 

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PABINEAU KALLS, N. B. 



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Etc. 



willi the fly in llu; Nepisicjiiit, Tctagouche and Middle Rivers. The first named of these latter is 
lli(! paradise of the ;ingler, Sportsmen from all parts of Canada and the United States, as well as 
from the Uritish Isles, are annually to he met with in the Sylvan retreats on its pieturestiue, rock- 
liound sliores. and the immense catches of silvery salmon amply testify that nature, in these parts, 
is lavish to her divotees. All information regarding fishing privileges may be obtained from that 
veteran angler, Henry Uishoj), K^i\.. who will gladly answer all entjuiries as to the fishing, the 
guides, supplies, etc 

No part of New Brunswick affords better opportunities for lovers of gunning than does this 
vicinity: moose, caribou, deer and bear abound within easy distance, and smaller animals, valuable 
for their fur, are caught in large numl)ers by white and Indian trappers. Along tiie shores of the 
Hay ("haleur, in spring and (all, iiununse Hocks of wild geese, brant and ducks are to be met 
with : while lo enumerate the different smaller game that abound in the forests and along the 
marshes, streams and lakes, would be well nigh impossible. 

The principal industries are : Farming, lumbering and fishing. Several large saw mills are 
situated here, and give employment to a large number of men, during the winter, in obtaining the 
logs, and in summer, in prei)aring the lumber for the markets. A considerable number of the 
inhabitants are engaged in the fishing of cod, mackerel, salmon, herring, lobsters and smelt, 
vhich are generally shi|)ped to the markets of the United States and liurope. 

Tile ( 'ara(iuet and (lulf Shore Railway affords communication with all points along the Bay 
(haleur and dulf of St. Lawrence ; and the I. C- R. trains arrive during the day and night at the 
l)e|)ot, where vehicles are always at hand to carry travellers to all parts of the town and 
neighborhood. 

The town is supplied with fi)ur good hotels, among which may be mentioned the Wilbur 
House, mine host Perccy, is a prince of good fellows and the "guide, philosopher and friend" 



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W. J. KENT & CO., 



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BOOTS and SHOES, CLOTHING. GENTS' FURNISHINGS, 

Gi*ocepics, proVisiops^ Patent M^*<li^*in^'s^ flardvVare, 

Glass, paints, Qils, ^c. 

FURNITURE. 



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N. B. 



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of all the travelling and 
s|)i)rtin,n iVatciiiity. 

'I'ho principal iiotfl to 
.■<t()|) at is the Wilinn- 
House, I'ricy W'ilhur, 
|)r()prieli)r. 'I'lu' |)rin(i. 
l)al nu'rchants and jjio- 
fcssional niL-n arc: Adam 
liiiins iV ('()., ;4cncral 
merchants : | K P>arry, 
aL;ent Merchants IJank : 
A. X I )esl>risay, grocer: 
Cicorge W. (iilhert, liar 
rister-at law : \V. | Kent 
I'ir Co., general dealers; 
N. A. I.andrv, harrister- 
ai law. 






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GRAND FALLS, ON THE NEPISIQUIT, N. B. 



A. NORMAND DesBRISAY, 



-i)i;.\i.i;k in- 



Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, 

ll.OUK. PllOVISIONS, &c., &c. Wholesale and Ketail. 



Fishermen and Hunters Supplied. Experiencei' " ^.des and Canoes provided for Sportsmen. 

BATHURST, N. B. 



Ui liTciuis S W'l imdui; Mi.KuiiT, Ksn 
J. l)i;Wiii.i' Si'URK, ICsy. 
J AS. !•'. ROIIKRTSON, Hsu- 



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BIRD'S EYE VIEW CAMPBELLTON N, B. 
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CAMPBELLTON, N. B. 

^^AMPHl'^LLTON is tlic most northL'ily town in New Brunswick, and is at once one of the 
V^ busiest and most prosperous towns in the Maritime Provinces. 'The nuirnuirous hum of 
tl ; mills proclaim one of the chief industries of the country, and the nets of the fishermen 
tell of another great source of wealtli. The town is pleasantly situated on the Restigouche 
River, and possesses a nuiuber of goful comfortable hotels, well e(iuip|u(l stores, and fine 
churches and schools. 'I'he beautiful sccneiy, iiistoric associations, and the fine fishing in the 
neighborhood combine to make tliis one of the most delightful spots in which to s]iend a 
sunmier holiday. 

I'Vom the top of Sugar Loaf Mountain, just back of the town, may l)e obtained one of the 
finest views in all Canada. I'or thirty miles the noble river, enierald-blue in the summer sun- 
shine, flashing like a "lambent jewel" winds, with a|)parent delight, by many a moss green island 
far away to the west ; then growing !)older as it nears the town, sweejjs ai)out many a i)oint and 
headland eager to join the waters of the the 15aie des (Jhaleur, so named, in tiie long ago, by old 
Jacciues Cartier. On each side of tlie river rises a splendid chain of hills, i)lue and undulating, 
in whose purple hollows the summer shadows love to linger and play, forming a fitting frame to a 
noble picture. 

From the scientist's point of view, these hills are interesting, as they are of very ancient 



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A. E. ALEXANDER, 



General 



Wholesale and "Retail Dealer, 






AND MANUFACTURER OF 









CAMPBELLTON, - RESTIGOUCHE COUNTY, 

New Brunswick. 



JOHN P. nOWAT, 

General merchant. 



WHOLESALE DEALER IN- 



Yrcsl} ni}i\ Frozen SALMON. 

TROUT, MACKEREL, ETC. 

Manufacturer and Exporter of LONG LUMBER and SHINGLES. 

inPORTER OF ENGLISH AND FOREIGN GOODS. 

Valuable Fishiiit; Privileges on the MKTAPHDIA and RKSTIGOUCHE 
for Sale or To-Let. Apply to j. P. or Alex Mowat. 



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CAMPBELLTON, N. B., FROM ROUND HOUSE. > 

L;inl(i^i(:il rdiin.itidM. Spccimfiis nf iiclriried tri'i's liavo liccii uiicartlicd, \vlii<:h liavc l)C(jii 
|)r(>n()iiiii rd l)v iiniiiciu authority, to \k- llic okk'st in the world. 

In I 7O0 tlu'sr old hills looked down on tlu' last hattlc fought for surpriMiiacv in I'rilish North 
Anirrica lirtwrrn the l'",nji;li^li and llu' h'rench. it was a na\al enj^a'^inK'nt, and took place in llie 
\ieinityof ( 'anipi)ellton. The hurni'd and sunken wrecks of the i'rench lleet. a few of which 
ari' still to he seen in the bed of the river, indicates a running light, fierce and holly contested 
while it lasted, hut ending in the total defeat of the french lleet. The little town of l,a Petite 
Rochelle, ahout three miles al)o\e Cani|)l)ellton, on the (Quebec side of the river, was destroyed 
at the same time its site is now the hunting ground of the curio seekers. About five miles 
further down the river interesting remains of old I'rench fortifications may be seen at I attle and 
liig Hattery Points, liritish occujiation of the land began in 1773, thirteen yiars later, when two 
yoimg Aberdeen Scotchmen, |ohn Duncan and Robert .\(lams, started the salmon fishing 
industry and planted the first trading-post, three miles west of Campbellton, at Old ("hurch Point. 
Since then the fame of the Restigouche and its salmon has s|)read lar and wide. 

'I'ired city dweller or resident of the South, anxious to escape dust and heal : - 

• What wouliTsl tliou have for I'uscinciit iiftcr ;. i"!, 
W'liiii till' link' \M>ilil liiitli ii.sfd tlu'i; willi ilosfiile, 
And care sits mI thy (■li)ciw diiv and iiigiil 

Kilcliini; thy |ilca.siu-cs like a sulillc IliicfV'" 

The Restigouche smiles you a welcome, and suggests a panacea, in a canoe journey with a 

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S. W. CRAWFORD & CO., 



DEiA-LERS I3Sr. 



Stoves and Ranges, Steel and Cast Iron Furnaces, 

PLOWS AND llEPAIUS, STOVE CASTINGS, ETC. 

Kitchen Tinware in Great Variety. Plumbing and Heating. 

CAMI'REI^IvTON. N. M. 




I C R BRIDGE AT METAPEDIA. N. B. 



'"e Nortliern 



Enterprise 



Published every 
THURSDAY. 

CIRCULATES LARGELY IN 

RESTIGOUCHE, GASPE, 
AND BONAVENTURE 
COUNTIES. 



with a 



ADVERTISING RATKS REASOXABLE. SIUSCRII'TION s'km. PER YEAR. 

T \V HKOW.X. - - i:<lit(>i- fiiul I 'i-opiietor. 

CAMI»Hh:i.I. TON, N. H. 




MAIN STREET, CAMPBELLTON, N. B. 






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rod and reel, away to licr head waters if you will. An Indian guide, from Mission Point — an 
Indian settlement just opposite Campbellton who, hy the way, will likely tell you that his 
ancestor named the river, which, being inter|)reted, means " five fuiger river," in reference to its 
tributaries. He will be found to render skillful service in managing a canoe and pointing out 
good spots to fish 

From 'I'ide Head to Mela|)edia excellent trout and salmon fishing may be had. l-'urtluT up 
the main river is the " Rafting (Iround Reserve"' \vhicii is a good section of the river for (ly 
fishing. Near by is the hospitable home of Mr John Dawson, where many tourists find a com- 
fortable home during their sunuiier sojourn. Here the late Henry Drummond, so widely known 
and loved, wrote a portion of h's last great work, ''The Ascent of Man" Moth on the nniii 
river and its tributaries, many uesirable pools remain unleased, where fine fishing may be enjoyed, 
the right to fish being arranged with private owners of llie water. At tlie last annual sale of 
lease, by tiie N. H. (lovernment, several valuable portions of the river remained unleased. 

l'"or anyone who prefers a drive "along gray roads that run between ileep wooils ' aiul a days 
trout fishing, I'arker's Lake and Lily Lake can be recommended. 'I'hese arc witiiin easy distance 
of the town. There are others also, not (|uite so easy of access, but pos.se.ssing an abundance of 
speckled beauties. At any rate the migiity "mother nature" is in this region disposetl to be very 
generous and responsive. If you will but let her she will bring you "in her hand.' 

P'or all tired eyes, ami furelieads, ])inelic(l an<l wan, 
Her restful eu|), her breaker of liriglit wine, 
Drink and be tilled and ye .shall understand. 

The principal hotels to stop at are ; The Commercial Hotel, H. R. Murray, i)roprietor ; 

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MILL POND AND SUGAR LOAFi MOUNTAIN, CAMPBELLTON, N, B. 



imimq^wwm 




CAMPBELLTON, N. B. 

MANUFACTURER AND EXPORTER OF 

.5p-!- -izi!- I^UM BER 

For Buropean, United States and South American Harkets. 

Ai.!;o Ai.i. KrNns (It ., — - — -, 

DIMENSION LUMBER, PLANK. DEALS and BOARDS. 

All kinds ot PLANED, TONGUED amt GKOOVED LUMBEIi, CLAP- 
BOARDS, Planed uiul Butted or Unplaiied. 

Laths, Palings Planed and Pointed or Unplaned- "16 and 18 " Cedar Shingles of Superior 

Manufacture. "4, 5 and 6" Shingles with Square or Shaped Butts. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND MILL SUPPLIES. 



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PARKER LAKE. CAMPBELLTON. N. B. 

WavLily IIduI, Mis. joliii [•'. jaidiiR', |)i(j|)iiclirss ; Royal Hotel, A. A. Adams, proprii'loi ; and 
Intercolonial Hotel, D. O'Kui fc, pidpriclor. The principal business and professional men aie ; 
A. E. Alexander, general dealer : T. W. Brown, projjrictor of the Nortlicrn lMiter|)ris(; ; S. W. 
Crawford, stoves and hardware: McAllister .!t Mott, barristers at law; A. Med. McDonald, 
druggist: |. 1' iV Alex. Mowat, general dealers: Kilgour Shives, mill owner; Joim Dawson, 
I )awsonville. 



A. Me(x. MeDONAhD, 



PURE DRUCi5 
CHEMICAL5, 



Druggist 
Optican. 



ancl 



AM 

DRUa(il5T5' 
3UNDRIE5. 



SEFDS OF BEST QUALITY IN THEIR SEASON. 

Agent for VAILS (GLOBE) LAUNDRY and H. E. GOOLD, Florist 



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BIRD'S EYE VIEW CHATHAM, N. B. 



CHATHAM, N. B. 

.IIATHAM, wliicli is situalcd on iho soiitli sick' of llie Miraiiiiclii Rivur, ahout twcnty-fivu 
mill's from its LiUiaiicc, is llic largest town and seapurt on the Noitli Slioru of New Briins- 
'♦' wick. It is also the ceiUie of trade for many pknes not only in Noiliumil)erland, but also 
in lower (Ilouieslrr and the Northern i)arts of Kent. 

It has a |)oi)ulalion of nearly 5,000, was incorporated in 1896, is divided into four wards, 
and has a Mayor and eight Aldermen. It is ahoiit a mile in length on the river front, and 
averages thrt'e hlocKs in depth 'I"he streets run mainly parallel anil at right angles. 

'The Roman Catholic IJishop, of the Diocese of (Chatham, has his seat here, and the Pro- 
("atheilial stands on an elevated site at the rear of the town, 'i'he Church of l^ngland Ins two 
l)laces of worship, one in the 'I'own, and the other, two and a half mile^ away, the Presbyterian 
two, and the .Methoilists, one all in nourishing condition. 

Then i^ a convent, and, in connection thenwith, a hos|)ital of the Hotel 1 )ieu of .\I(jntreal, 
a well eijuipped institution in which man\' caso, chietl\' ol |)atient> from the North Shore Coim- 
lies, without distinction of creed or class, are inaled. 

I'here -.uc also two well established new-papers in the town, 'l"he " Miramiehi Advance," 
j) Ci. .Smith, I'vditor ami Pro[)rietor, and 'l"he "World," j. I.. Stewart, I'klilor and Proprietor, a 

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CHATHAM LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE. 



A. W. ITI^l^OCK. 



Proprietor. 



rir*t.ClaAA DOUBLE S 

Of 

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TO-LET at all ? 






HOUR5. 




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S all Part* of tke 

|}J Cour\t»'y at 

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SUSSES @T£iEISi7^ . @:^4kTSAM^ ^. B. 



J. D. CREAGHAN, 




Wholesalo and Rotail 

DRAPER, SILK MERCER. 

CLOTHIER, 

General Outlitter. 

Direct Importer of 
BRITISh: <C FOREIGN 

DRY GOODS. 

Chatham and Newcastle. 

Dress Goods, 

Silks, Carpets, Ribbons, 
Laces, Umbrellas, Muslin, 
Underwear, CorEeta, Kirt 
Gloves, Hosiery, Laco Cur- 
tains, Linens, Trimtnings, 
Smallwares, Etc. 

('■rent It.irB.iiiis in 

CInlhinK nnd CieniK' 

Fiiinishinss. 

Alsii SiK'i-i.il V.itdi' ill 
4'iir|ii'l» ami lloiiNrholil 

4aOIMlH, 



W. WILSON & CO. 

, j'GrocerieH and Provi,sioii8.Tv . 

CHATrtAH, - = New Brunswick. 

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ST. JOHN STREET. CHATHAM, N, S. 



\ oimv; Mill's ("liristiaTi Association, Masonic Lodge, Royal Anli (Miaplcr, Odrift'llows' Lodge, 
Inilrd workman, ("atliolic Mutual IJcnt-fit Association, i'orcslcrs, Royal Arcanum, Sons o( 
I'l ni|)iian(c, Cidod Templars, (Catholic Total Abstinence Society, Women's Christian 'lemperance 
L'nioii, etc. 

("iiatiiam is the centre of a very extensive Iuml»er trade, and of the o|)eralions of two sulpiiite 
wood pulp mills. Ahout twenty steam and water |)ower saw-mills rurnish its shipments ot deals 
and those of the neighboring port of Newcastle, to the L'liitcd Kingdom and ( Continent, Australia, 
lie. 'I'hi'se average ahout i 20,000,000 supi-rficial feel annually, bisides other lumber shi|)ments, 
to the L'niled States and points in the Maritime Provinces. 

Amongst Chatham's other mainifacturing eslablishmeiits are two foundries and machine 
works, each of which have marine haul up slips, and engage in building and ei|uipping steamboats 
in addition to other braiK'hes of that business. 'I'lu're is also a well equipped sleam joinery, 
planing mill, and door, sa.sh and blind factory, and several carriage and sleigh manufactories. The 
liank of Montreal and the Mank of Nova Scotia have each an agency in the town, and then' are 
i|uile a number of law and insuranci' offici-s. 

Chatham is the centre of a large fisn exporting business. Its railway shi|)menls of fresh 
salmrin, smelts, mackerel, bass, etc, are reckoned by the thou and Ions, while there is a very large 
ixporl, also, by both shi[) and rail, of canned lobsters, blueberries, etc., running up into the 
himdreds of tons. 

'The Miraniiciii is famous for the mnnber of its sleamboals, and of the thirty in May, iSc;;, 
on the river, Cliatliain owners liad eighteen, ranging fruni about 180 tons downwards, each, most 



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J. IL BDliCE, 

CHATHAM, N. B. 



GENERAL 



Iron Foiiii(l(M". 

Machinery 



ALL KINDS. 







TAOHTS 



AND 



STEAMERS, 



ANY SIZE. 



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Yacht 
Engfines, 

■Ml All Sizes. 

Boilers 

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CHATHAM, N. B., (LOOKING DOWN RIVER), 

of llu-m hein^ m^ai^ed in tin- hiisim>ss of the place, but a number being pleasure craft. Chatham, 
Ncwcastlf, Nelson, Douglaslown, and i.oggieviile maintain the Miraniiclii Vachl Cliili, tiie eruises 
and races of which are reijular events eacii season, and do much in i)n)m()ting goo<l fellowship 
amongst its members and maintaining the interest in aijuatic matters for which the Miramiehi is 
a noted as it is for its old fashictncd hospitality. 

Chalhanrs railway facilities arc lAccllent. It is the eastern tcrnnnus of the Canada Eastern 
Railway which gives it a dirtci line to JMcdtricton, whert- connections are made with the L'niled 
States via the Canadian racite- Tiiis railway also gives Chatham diri'ct connmmication with 
all Intinolonial <'xpress. and acconnnodation trains, at Cliatham iunction, which is twelve 
miles distant. 

Tourists, sportsmen, heaitli and pleasure-seekers, and those who wish to spend ihi-ir sunuiier 
vacations, or locale their families for a few weeks or months, where llu'y may live at \i'ry nioderate 
cost, caimol do better than go to Chatham. If good salmon fishing is wanted it may be liad up 
the Miramiehi, where trout also abound. Trout-fi.shing, open to the public, may be now had on 
the famous liartibog and 'I'abusintac Rivers, where sea-trout, running up to four pounils in 
weight, are caught. A few seasons ago the writer and a iVii-nd killed on one of these streams, in 
one day's fishing, <) 5 trout which weighed i-'7 pounds. 'I'hesi' were displayed next day in a store 
window as an ol»ject lesion for the information of anglers I'he fees per rod i)er day on these 
rivers range from one to two dollars. 



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WELLINGTON STREET. CHATHAM, N. B. 



J. B. SNOWBALL, 

Steam Saw Mills and General Merchant. 

TOGS Al STEAM TACHT SUITABLE FOR DEEP SEA FISHING PARTIES- 

CHATHAM AND TKACADIE. 



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New Brunswick 



F. O. PETTERSON, 

Sl^erchant 'bailor. 



WAXKR STREET, 



CHATHAM, N. B. 



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THE PARK AND MASONIC HALL. CHATHAM. N. B. 



I''rce trout fisliing, and good at tliat, may be had in a do/cn |)laces lo i)i< n-achi'd from 
("liatliaiJi, siicli as i.iulc ISartiboif, ('luirch River, ICol River, Mlark Kivcr, llorlon's ('reck, Napau 
Rivt.-r, fU:., to say iiulliiiiL!; of mill poiuls and otlicr placi-s wlu-rc trout aijoiind. 

Striped bass are easily eaiii^iit wilii iiook and line in June and Scptenilu'r in many places on 
tiitf Miramiclii, olT Clialbam and Newcastle, and elsewhere. 'I'he writer and a iVieiid caught 
ritlythree of tiiese one day in early June, six miles above ("hatham. 'I'liey weiglied ai»out 175 
pounds. ICight and ten pounders are not unusual. 

Down-river from ("hatham, at points to or near which the steamer of the Miramichi Steam 
Navigation runs, bass may be taken with the tly in salt water. Here also line lishing I'or mackerel 
is I'me sport. Parties go from (Chatham by steamers and boats every summer, cotlfishing. A 
favorite way is lor a party of a dozen lo leave the wharf about eight o'clock one evening an<l 
return at the same hour the next evening. It costs then\ about $2 50 or .$,5.00 each for boat, 
lines, meals, bait, etc. The fares of codfish brought back average about 400. One parly la-'t 
summer ( iSi/)) who went on liie steamer St. Nicholas, leaving the wharf at 8 p. m. 'Thursday and 
returning at (> p. m. I'riday, i:aught one and a (juarter tons of codfish. 

The Tabusintac, Neguac, itay dii \'in and other beaches afford splendid snipe and plover 
shooting, and these localities, as well as Tracadie, Poki-mouche, Shipi)egan and Miscou all of 
which are reached through (Jhalham — are tln' gri'at North Shore haunts of black ducks, geese ami 
brant. There are no bettir feeding grounds for these birds in North .\meriea, that are accessible 
to the sportsmen 





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MILLER'S FOUNDRY, CHATHAM, N. B. 



MILLERS 

FOUNDRY and MACHINE WORKS. 

CHATHAM. - NEW BRUNSWICK, Canada. 

Successor to GILLESPIE FOUNDRY, Established 1S52. 

MILL RAILWAY and other CASTINGS. 

MARINE ENGINES 
STEAM LAUNCHES and TUG BOATS. 

Steam Boiler Repairs at Short Notice. 

BRASS AND COMPOSITION CASTINGS A SPECIALTY. 
Stoves, Gearings, General Repairs, Etc. 

CAN O I E M A K I NO A NO RE P AIR INO. 

Having New and Special Tools for the Work and Good Experienced Workmen 

JAMES G. MILLER, - Proprietor. 

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CHATHAM. N. B.. (HARROR AND SAW MILLS). 



Al distancts finni thiiic to Uveiily miles from Chutliam, tlicrc art; pmbahly ihe hcsl raril)i)u 
])lains ill Ntw ISriiiiswitk, whilo moost- and red (kcr, arc also plentiful. Of the smaller ganu- 
Itinls and animals, sii<-li as partridges, woodcock, foxes, rabbits, etc., there are a i)lenly. 

At |i()ints down tlie Miramichi, reaehcd by the regular ilaily steamer from ("iiatham, as well 
as in the surrounding country, individual visitors or parties i-an obtain board at three, four, five or 
six dollars a week per liead. At the inland places there is trout-fishing, and big and small game 
shooting in their seasons. 

At the seaside tliere is surf and more quiet sea-water bathing, trout-fishing in nearby streams, 
mackerel, bass, lobster and other fishing, partridge, snijie and (ilover shooting (in season), boating 
and canoeing in fad, facilities for health giving enjoyment and sport, at moderate cost, that are 
not to bi' found in such great variety in many other jilaces where tourists go. There are, as yet, 
no summer hotels, as the tourist understands the term, but farm and other houses at which visitors 
are accommodated, and whose pro[)rietors are anxious to make their guests comfortable in a 
homely way. 

Of the roads of ( "hatham and vicinity, from the cyclist's standpoint, it may be said that they 
are comp3rati\ ely free from hills and sand, \isiting wheelmen say, that they are above the average 




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ti'Tiiis aiT I'asli, t»i" liliif sales 

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BEAUTY SALMON POOL, MIRAMICHI RIVER. N. B. 



in these rospccts, and man)' of iluin siirli as dial lowaids I )(jiiL;IaslR'ld — perfect roiirscs for the 
"silent stead." 

Cliatliain lias an ideal summer ( limate. 'i'iie days are warm (ireasionallv running ii|) to 
So l)iit tlu' awrai;e day leni|ieiatiire is alidut '15 : the nights are always cool. I'og is praclicallv 
unknown on tlii' river or liay in summer. Tlir iMcxailinji, wind is north west. 

It is needless lo say that nowliert' in ( 'aiiada ;nc law and ordir l)etter oKsirvcd, ami nowhere 
arc strangers lrc;;led with i;realer liospilality tlian at Chatham, and on llu' Miramichi generally. 

The leading hotels to slo|) at, wiiile in ("liatliam are : The .\dams lloust', Thos. Flanagan, 
Proprietor; River N'iew Hotel, 1". .\reher, Proprietor: the Alterdeen I lotel, A. J. i'ine, Proprietor; 
and the Canada 1 [ouse, Wni. Johnston, Proprietor. 

.\. S. Ullock lias a well ap|)ointed li\ery stable, whore teams can he had at all hours, and at 
moderate rales. 

'I'he piineipal dry goods stores, general mi'rehants and grocers, etc., are : |. 1). (Ireagham, dry 
goods, etc. ; R. A. Miirdock, dry goods ; W. S. i.oggic i^^" Co., general merchants: |. H. .Snowball, 
general merchant : (leorgc Stotharl, hardware, etc. ; W. W ilson J^ Co., grocers ; 15. R. IJoutillier, 
tailor; V. O. Pettcrsoii, tailor; W. R. Ciould, watchmaker 

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"THE DAM,' MIRAMICHI RIVEH, N. B. 



Tlu' two foiiniliics and niacliiiu' sluip^ an a ciLdit to llic owiuts, and (|iiit(: an addition to 
the indiistiius of iIk' town, nanicly, |. M. Ruddock's and Miller's, as is also Alex. Roliinson's 
carriage factory. 

The law is well represented in Chatham, and we have pleasure in mentioning the following 
barristers: M. S. IJenson, R. W. I,awlor, W. |. i.oggieand W. ( ". Winslow. 

|. Y. Mersereau has an ui)-l()-date Photographic (lallery, and he is pre|iareil to give every 
satisfaction in his line. 



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Wlinli'snlr ami Uclnil hciilei^ in . . . 

DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, FURNITURE. FISHING SUPPLIES. Etc. 
CiilcliLTsmHl I'ackiTs of FIMISII ami KKO/.KN SALMON, MACKKKKI,, S.MKI/I'.S, 1$ASS, SHAD, 

i;ki,s. codfish, ikoi t, kic. 

Packers of Hermetically Sealed Canned Lobsters and Bluelserries. Golden Crown Brand 

TKi.KiMioNK No. 2... Manufacturers of HIGrH GRADE BUILDING BRICK. 

Head Office: CHATHAM, N. B. 

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n. O. «\IITH, - Kditor and Proprietor. 

The oldest and most iiUn|>risiiig newspaper (iii tlie Xoilli Sliorc td tlir I'rovinre. 
Published Every Thursday riornitig. 

SubHcriptit)!! S\.=^n a Year, if paid in Advance. 

The l)est roiiiitiy newspaper in New Hrunswiek for advertisers wlio desiie to reaeli thos(> 
engaged in llie hinil)ering, fishingand farming, and oilier trades and businesses dependent ihereon. 
It is a rei ogni/ed family paper, independent in polities and pure in tone and <ont«!nts. 

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JEWELLERY, SILVERWARE, 

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fU I", shiiitiiwii 1)1 Ki'sli;^()ii(lK' is pluasaiitly ■^iliiatcd on tl\i' >oiith si(U' of ilu' Restigoiuht" River, 
at a |ii)iiit wiirii' thai iiiiiilr ->irra,ii liioatlrn-. into iIk- l>ay ( 'liaiiiir. Il is ihr iu'a(l(iuartcrs 
of an lAtcnsisc lunittn luisiiuss, antl also ihf cuiilrc of a ].Wf^t.- salmon l)iisinLSs, immense 
i|iianlities of liial splendid iisli luin^ netted in tin- innnediale iieii;hl)()ih(»t)(l and shipped from 
DallioM'-ie liy Messrs. I .o^i;ie, S. MeCire^or and oliiers. Tlie j^realer portion of llie salmon 
( aii^tit on the ( laspr coast is also received at this point liy steamer and re shi|)pe(i iiy rail. 

The well appointed steamer " .\(huiral " makes reL;iilar tri|)s twice a week to (ias|)e, toiichinj; 
at many intermediate jioints lioih ;^oin,u and retmning. 



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TIDE HEAD. RESTIGOUCHE RIVER. DALHOUSIE, N. B. 



riuri' arc llircc good lioUls in llif lown. Tlic well kiiowii liu h Aran lloiel. a lavoiilc muiii 
mil Ksoit, is williin a iiiilc of il. 

'I'lu'ii' arc iiiany jjoiiils ol intficsl attniil llic shore nl lin- has cast ot' llic idwii, and also 
nian\ li)\(ly drives hotli up and down die river, as well as in the hack (oinitry. 

I'ront lishing is abundant within easy iraeh. The ( "harlo, a lo\ely riser, is within cij^lit miles, 
the l^seuminae and N'oumIIc aif mariv opposite the town, in the Province ol (^iiichei . I'he 
Jae(|ui't Kisci', some j] miles east, is lamous as a tiout and salmon river. i'lu' Benjann n 
aiioiil thirteen miles distant, i-- stocked with small trout, and, when a proper fish way is put in the 
dam near its mouth, will no doulit turnish lioth sea troiu and salmon, as, lari;e numlx rs of these 
lish are eauj^hl lielow the dam in the proper season. 

Altogether, I )alhoiisii' furnishes a natural ciiilre lor rare ^porl to the .uiglcr, and one advant 
aj;e it has ol j^reat iinporlancc, and that is |)ure, healthy sea air. 

The principal hotels to -^top at are tiie Clilton I louse, |. M. .M( l.eod, proprietor ; Uaie Dcs 
( haleiu', ( icorgi' Iv .\lercicr, proprietor; Murphy's iloitl, Thoni.is Murpli), proprietor. i'hc 
principal protcssioiial men are J C. II. liarburie, barrister at law ; James S. Harijuail, harri.sti r at 

law. 

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NATURAL ARCH. NEAR DALHOUSIE, N. B. 




LOOKINa DOWN RIVSR, DALHOUSIE. N. B. 




DALHOUSIE HARBOR, N. B.. FROM INCH ARAN BEACON. 





DORCHEftTKR HARBOR, N. B. 



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TN desnibinj^ Donixslcr wc will tiikc llir sliintown as a common (■ciilrc. TIk- town, Imilt 
T on a liill and fomKlfd on a rock, contains 1,000 inhabitants, has five churclu-s, viz: Roman 
' ("atholic, ( hiiich of Englaiul, I'rrshytfrian, Methodist and Uaptist, a superior schf)ol witli 
four teachers, and a I'lftli one is to l)e added after the midsummer vacation. I'lie court iiouse, 
l)uilt in 1875, is a large and <()nniiodious building, containing on its lower flats, the offices of the 
clerk of the |)ea«:e, the registrar of deeds, llu- county secretary, the clerk of the county court, the 
|)arish court commissioner and the sheriff. On the second Hoor tlure is a very largi' room 30x60 
used as a place for holding the ("ircuil and other courts. (Connected with the court room are 
the judges' and barristers' rooms ; and on the third Hoor the grand and |)etty jury roonis. i'o 
the tujrth of the court house, and facing Main street, is the county jail, a brick building two 
stories high, tlu' main building is used as a n ^idence for the jailer, and the ell in the rear, 
for the (debtors and criminals. The building is hated by hot air and supplied with water 
from a neighboring resevoir. There are twelve cells in the ell. 

'The Court Iiouse S(|uare, in the front of, and to tlu' east and west of the building, is 
surroimded by offices and stores. On the wi-st of the sipiare and on the opposite side of .Main 
street is the Windsor, a handsome four story building, erected in i.Si)5, capable of lodging one 
hundred guests, heated with hot air and plentifully sujjplii-d with water throughout : the water 
supply coming from a living spring, on the higher ground and is brought into tin- building and 
carried into every room by i)ipes. It is admilledly the I'mest hotel building between St. John and 
Halifax. On the same sitle of the- s(|uare, and to the south of the Windsor, is the Wilbur llousi', 
capab'e of acconuuodating, when in use, forty guests. The latter property being at present in 
dispute is not occupied. 

Leading from the sipiare as a conmion centre, are a number of sticets, viz : VVoodlawn, 
Kocklyn and .Main streets, running east and west. Itoui Main street <in the north and ;it right angles 
with it, is the I (' K. Station street, and to the soulli the Island Road. Two streets lead from 
Rcicklyn street to .Main street, they ari' ("hiui h and W ati'r streets. 

.Approaching I )orciu.'ster from the east tin- scenery is very fme. Palmer's I, aki-, which skirts 
Water street, is a pretty sheet of water and in th.e simuner is used lor pleasure boating, and in 
the winter as a natural rink. .\t the foot of tlie hill and on the north of the road, just bi'fore you 
<()me to the long, stone bridge owf Talmer's Lake, is ilie Cemetery, one of the principal resting 
places for the dead, and a fre(|uent resort of the living. The ground, then covered with a 
hixurient growth of trees of every descri|)tion known to our ( limale, was a gift to |)orchester by 
the late Ciovernor Chandler. Only the trees that would inter(\-re with making the walks were 
removed anil after the walks had been made, they were ni( ely graveled and are always kept in 
excellent order. Turn where you will and you sei' beautiful monuments marking the ri'sting places 
of many of the fathers, mothers and children of the town. Crossing the bridge, as you asci'ud 
the hill you have the Roman Catholic Cemetery on the right. .\s this has only been owned by 
that chur( h for a short time, it is not yet, what ;: little work will make it, a very nice ( !emetery. 
As you pass up the iiill, on either side you have Unv residences, surrounded with well ke|)t 
grounds, ornamented with trees, flowers and shrubs. Passing out of the town by way of the 
northern extension ot Main street, you cross Robb's IJrook, over an arched stone bridge, and a 
short distance beyond, on the rising ground to the right and overlooking the valU-y of the 
Menuamcook, you have the .Maritime Province Penitentiary. It may seem strange that one of 



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\\i- most hcaiiliful cili's in (lanada slionld Ik- madt; llif liomr of fiim'mals. The ics'ultMrf ol the 
wardi'M and somr ol tlie other oIVk iais of tlu- prison aw around tin- |K-niltntiary, wiiilf on llic 
u|i|»ositc side of llu- road, is wlial is called " IVniliiiliary l\ow," llu' rotlaj;i-s win n- tin- kceotis 
ai\il guards livi*. 'I'lu- pcnitrnliary is a liandsoinc stone linilding, i-apal)lc of eomtortalily lioiisinij 
two hundred eoinit I- and lias annexed to it, shops lor the maiiiifaetinc of lirooms, pails, Itiittei 
liihs, etc. Within, anioiij^ other things, it has the offices of the prim ipal otlieers and a nice little 
ehapel. 

Keversiii}^ the order of our description we will now start at rolUge Ihid^e, and hrii-Hy 
^peak of the conntiv' on either siile ol the Memraiiicook. ("ollet^e llriilj;e is a wooden 
stiiictuie, and i^ to he replaced this summer (1897), l»y an iron one. The river has the same 
ri^lit to lie called the "golden '" as tlu' Tilier had. l»olh risers take the color of their water Irom 
lh<alhi\ial de|)osil of red marl in their waters. When the tidi- is in, the sinuous .Meniranurook 
is a heautiful riviT, when out, a crooked muddy gully. Ihe road to the west of College Ihidge, 
I. < ". K. Station, will take you to St. |o.seph"s church, the colli-ge and academies and the .\Iemori.i 
ilall. rile church is huilt of freestone, has a beautiful spire, lOo feet high, containing a chime 



of bells noted for their excclleiK-e. To the north of the church are the college and academics 
and the Memorial Hall, all very fine liuildiiig , and in the rear of tlie buildings is a spacious 
arlilicial lake, a thing of beauty, where you can have a boat sail at any lime you ask for it. 'I'hi-, 
l)rief description of the institutions at Saint Joseph's does them but sligiit justice, and all wiio 
(an, are recommended to visit tliem and inspiM t for tliemselves the institutions that have scattend 
well educated men and women broadcast ovir Canada and other lands The view from St. 
b)seph of the river and the surrounding country is very fme and will re|)ay a visit. The vallt y 
of the .Memramcook and the rivei gradually widen, until both abruptly terminate in the 
Dorchester Harbor. 

The harbor, properly speaking, is common to both Dorchester and Hopewell, at theii 
conlhience, the harbor receives the waters of the Memramcook and Petitcodiac. The harbor 
gradually increases in width, from three to sevtMi miles, until it is land locked at its mouth bv 
Point St. .Mary, on the Albert, and (api- .Maringuin, on the Westmoreland side. .\t the mouth 
of the harbor (irindstone Island stands sentinel, and the two capes and tht- island with the high 
lands on each side makes it one of the safest harbors In the dee|)est parts ships and steamers 
of the greatest tomiage can lay afloat .''t all times of the tide, and many are occasionally seen 
ihere. The I. ( !. R. has a wharf at Dorchester Island, connected with the I ('. R by a 
branch line. I-'rom this wharf large (|uantities of lumber' and coal are shi|)ped. 

Returning to the Town of Dorchester, we will take our way down along the shore from there 
to Rock|)ort, the southmost point of the County of Westmoreland. At the start we have in tin- 
distance a inu- view of Shepody Mountain. .Some have erroniously supposed that the word 
Shepody, is a corruption of the word Chapeau Dieu, but it can easily be proven that it was <alled 
Shepody before tlu- I'rench ever saw il. It is said that, on a clear day, it can be seen from some 
of the highest lands on 1'. I".. I. .At C(>le^■ I'oint is the ferry between Dor<hester and Hopewell 
Cape, and on a (me day it will give any one who embarks on it a |)leasant lri|) ; the ferry is just 
three miles wide, and while the boats used are very good and safe, it is to be regretted that there 
is not a steam ferry there The ferry on the Dorchester side is the bathing place in summer, 
for the people of the shiretown, and they have eight bathing houses there l-'urther down the 
harbor are Pink Rock, (Irand .\unce, and still fuither down Rockport The drive from "The 
Corner" to Rockport, twelve miles, is s|)lendid, the scenery constantly changing and the air 
from the bay |)nrilied by the salt water bree/e. sweet ami healthy, livery one visiting Dorchester 
in ([uest of health or pleasure, should tiiki- a drive to Rockjjort by the shore road. 

While tJ^e climate of Dorchester is ikjI so cold in winter as in many other places in New 
I'run.wiek, there is never any oppressive heal there in summer. In the hottest day, the heat is 
modified by the sea bree/e that always, in the afternoon, falls in upon the land and hot nights are 
unknown. Dorchester is noti-d for its iiealthfulness This may in |)art be attributed to its 
natural drainage and the |)urily of its spring w.iter. It has within its limits no swamps, bogs or 
pools of stagnant water, and within il fevers are ahnost unknown II is nuich to be regri-tted 
that the town has not been more extensively brought iiUo notice as a pleasant and healthy sunnner 
resort .Much more could Ik- said did our limits permit The time has come for us to lake a few 
leases out of the books of our neigliliois "o\er tlu- line," wheie every place that has such 
claims, as many places in New Itrunswick seldom luard of, are cried u|) for more than all they are 
worth. Dorchester in the near or more distant tuline. nui^t some da\- lake a prominent |)lace 
among pleasure affording and health gising sunnner resorts. 

The principal professional men are: .\. j. ( hapman, barrister at law ; A. W. ('hapman, 
barrisler-at law : H. R ICmmerson, barrister at law ; Charles 1^. Knapp, barrister at law: A. D 
Richards, barrister at law ; Mariner Ci. I'eed, liarri.sler at law ; S. I'Mgar Wilson, county secretary. 



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MILL SUPPLIES. PAINTERS' SUPPLIES, 

Building Materials, Mechanics' Tools, House Furnishing Hardware, 

Cutlers in Endless Variety. 

StovoH and llollow-waro. Cji'iiiiito, Iron and Tiinvarcs Pumps, Wo<»d 

and lr(»n, Tar, IMtcli Kosin and Oakum, (JriiidNtoncs, Cordage, 

Sheet Lead, Zinc and Tin, Bar Troii and Steel, Cliain, 

Anvils, Vices and liellows. 

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P^RKDKIxMCTON, N. B. 

"N tlv nirkn.iini's \\lii( li -.oiiu'Iidw t"i\ tlnins'lvi-, ii|miii <itit.s as upon lur^on^, there is usually a 
.i^iiil'ic aiuT wmtli ciKjiiiiiu^ iiilu W' li.uc ilir "(jiurti City," llu' "Royal City,"' the 
" 1 .imi'sloiic ( 'ity, " tiif " Aiiiiniioii , ( ity, " thr "Windy City." and iii.niy iiiori,' thus lightly 
.nul tCfritivily laliilcd And whfn lolk ■, not <<i loiinnati'as to call tlu'niM'lvi's her sons, dul)lH(l 
l-rcdericlon the " ( \l('->li.d ( il\," a tiiic .uid nirnhd triliutc w.is niinj^li-d with th<' jtrr. A little 
tiiw. a lilllr ni.ilirr, and intii ii adnnr.ilion, ((tinltincd to suggr>t tin.' sol>rii|Uct Mill llie citi/fiis 
ai ( c |itid the icrni a-, one pre tininenli)' apt ; and now a I'rederietonian anywlu're will answer to 
die name "Celesiial"' as modestly and promptly as a St. John m.n) will respond to the call for a 
eork^erew. 

\\'ith every altia<tion to alluri' the smnmer traviller, I'rederieton has not yet lieeii really dis- 
covered l>y the tomisl, and is thcreloie still iinhaekneyi'd. She has beauty within herself and in 
her enviroinneiits. She has the l»et of modern comlorts in her hotels. She has a clear sky and a 
tonic clin\ate. .\nd she is easily aeee.-.siltle. lint lieeau-e she has sat lon^ aloof, Narcissus like, 



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Visitors to the t il\ will tiiul ii to ihcir .uKaiil.ij^t lo ^ji\c us a call. 



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.i.liiniiii'; \\y\ own ima-i- in lici spl. mini thrrsluild water, ami li'n Inlnlv iiulifii n iil In prnflaini li<i 
incuts tn iln' world, navel ha-- ,;;oiir liliiidiy [la^i Iut <^aW>. 

I 11(1,11. lun lu-> on .1 |inuil (il di'iji soilnl intervale, .inlitv loin miles above ilie nioiiili of the 
ii\, I Si lolui. Alioni liei the ^le.it river draws a liroad .nid ^leaniiii^ eresecnt r.eliind liei 
iiM. .1 iaMi|>arl of wooded hilN. ( )|t|Mf>ili' to her wliarve-- How, \\\ two lovely triljiitary stirams, 
Ml. Xa^liw.iak and tin- Na^hwaaksis, oH'.ini^; ceaseless eniuenienl to the lovers ol hin h ,nid 
|iad<lle. And Milo th, Naslnv.iak itseli, inst aliov. ilir iiridi^e thai .pans its nioiilh, .nipties a 
hiied. slow winding;, greenly di.uletl Itrook, deai to tlms. v\ho |.;o t.inoiini;, jiisl two ni ,i . anoe. 
lies is liih known as " i .overs' Creek. Tin in.nn iivei, half .iniile in width opposite the city, 
.ind s. 1 (jet p .is lo .idinil I oin mod ions steal ni Is .nid dei pK l.idrii si hnoneis in iln \vli.ii\< s. is pro 
p'liion^ to pienn iMiiies. Itli.is no violi nt rnirani- lo deinoiali/e ihe iiiexjic i h if ed iioalmaii. 
Ii is not suliiei 1 to sijnalls. \\v\ its hanks .nid isl.nids ollei in. my .i ^reen i. tie.ii. A little .rlxivt 
the eii\, ihe ii\ei is thiekK so\Mi With is|,inds, |i\,| and i;rassy, eiirmpd with liee , ,iiid holdmj; 
nut th. iiiosi t. iii|i,mi; n| mvilalioiis ti, ,dl who wmild i;o < .imping. 

In the d.ivs when New I'.lllllsWI. k W.ls .1 p.iil (.1 ( (Id Ae.idle, .ind ihe ll.lu ol ih. I lllel d< 1 \s 

edinin.indc-d liM ,ille^;i.inc i . and down the I. ni Si loini ( .nii' tin ■.mo,, ol ih, \|, In lies, i.nleii 
Willi lieavei skins. |.i li.ide with the mntleniell ,i,l\, nllllels <i| j'l.me, , 111 those d,i\s Ihe silr ul 
liederii loll was lalUd Si. Aiiiil s I'oml, and .i hide Ar,idi.m vilkig. oe. npiitl llu liiiili iiii.idows, 





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Ui^lil <)p|)(>sil.', M llic N;i>hw:i ll^ ■> mumli. siood a Iml of some impnHam-i' W'lun \ illrlimi licw 
Ills |trmiiiii ihi'iv, ilic lillli- N'a^ln\. Ilk It'll iMli|isi'(l till' 1(111^1 rst;ililisli(i| -lots (,| Tort K(i>al: lor 
N'illflioii was (jovciiKtr of all .iiadic and ln-i.' was ilic seat ol liis jiiiiMlii lion. I'liil Royal had 
|iii!\i-d sailly oi>rM to tlu' vi^ilalioii ul \. w llnnland annami'iii > ; aiui n >vas in a iriiiiiiy mood 
tlial \ill( . .;ii N'MlIrd IiIn capital tn t'l ■• Wuliuaak l",vi'ii Inn- lii> niiiim s |iurMii'd him. ( »1(1 i'.iii 
'huK'li. the M-ouiHL- of Acadic, l <l a lint ,,[ \.\\ jji^land m^xI- ii|i tlw livii. Itiil lound the 
Nasliwiiak ,miiis too iiiaiiv for Itiiii \'\u iiuad.'is had littli' to Ikm^i ul in that Ixiiit, and dnu oil 
iii^loii'uisl). \'illflion\ clioiif ol' a cajiital had linii justili.d. iindri tin t<->i ot ihr sword. 
Whiii, y ••••ration', later, tlu' Loyally iMiii;raMt^ Imilt .St. John anil made Ni-w ltruii->wii k a prov nuc 
liovunor Carlcton niusl ha\t.' had in mind thr (.•vfHriciici- of hi-- amimt prrdri (■■».or, lot he, too, 
li\rd his capital at St. Anne's Toint, I'orMi nrity against New l.-.^land raiders. These ^aint- raidtTs, 
iicnelK iiilly metamorphosed iiiin suminci tourists, and tiicir miiski i - dimmishi d into kixiaks, we 
no longer desin to avoid. Kaliier do w.', hv the ixenise mI om most siihilc lil.mthshmenls, liesin- 
onrseiv.s to mvile their approaih It i^ a piuli and a ;^<'n. i<iii> ie\. ni;. , ' m, when the des. end 
ants ol tlu' Loyalist esiles. show in tin sons nl tiiose wlio e\ili d llt« in, the lairiuss oi ihr land 
that took them in. 

I'rc il.'ricton is a city ol maik.d ihdi\ idiialitv. Inteleitiialh and sO( ,.dK, she w ;. Ids an inlluence 
out ol all iiroportion to lu-r si/e Some e\planali<*) of this is perhaps to l»e t'oninl m the la< t dial 
kw cilics o' liei bi/e po>«siss so iiKiiiy ot the thiii>;s tlul make foi distinction. It is jusi ll\e case 

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of "miH-li l.-avcn in a litllr incnsnii- i)f mi'al." Sli«- is ilu- proviinial < apital, the calluHlral tity of the 
<liorfs<' ; llic mililary cfnlii' of llic |»roviii(T, llic seal <»f lii<' >,ii|irinii- judiciary, ot llu- [Hoviiuial 
Niiiv.isiiy, and of tin- Normal S( lio«tl. And all tlii>. wilii a popnlalion of Uarely cijilu thousand souls. 
I'll! \.iv br^t view of I icd.iKlon m.iv III iiad foim tin- roof ut liic university l»uildinj;, 
«hiil* -i.iiwU on a liilUidc Irrra- «• l.a<k of tlu- cilv. Tli. I.uildin;j UmIi is a di.nnifud but uni)rr 
n.-nlious -lMiitut>- of gray sioiic, ulm-f halls have seiii forth sonn ihstiiimiishrd sons. I loni ihr 
. ii|M)la windows oni' ln..ks .uii ovci lin- l>iliow\ umii u.ps <<f tin- ((illcgc woods, tin s|)iiadMij; 
In.rh. - ami in,i|il.s of \ i< inii.i I'.nk. lo tl\r s|MPs ol ill. .iiv jiirnin^ the eln\ lojts half a mile 
away !'.< )uiid liic Miir swn -p ..t th, liycr, eross.-d l.\ its maii\ spaniifd l»rid;4es, lif the while 
ulla};i s of Cili.oii a\u\ Si M.iiy's Nil fiirllu'i. eleayiii;; the imi >>( the basin, as it were, winds 
iIh \al. of the Nashwaak, uilh a siiow while rhunh and a i^o al red la. lory rising from the green 
t.. mark di.' liltle lown i>l \lai\s\illi, wh.iie.- .M. \and<i (iib-on, lln hiinher, iollon and rail 
wa\ km;; 111 llw piovime, wi.ldsa onu fiet nl swa\. I at d..wii to ilir ri-lil, lie llu' open reaehes 
Ml Uu great ;\' i. d.ilt.d with the sai;> <>f woodlinats. Il.i. and iherr puffs a lalioi iiig lug, lowing 
an .»«ie or iwii ol dark rafts, oi a gang <>i sn.ws pilcvl iiigh with \ellow deals. On all sides is 
.■yideiiee that l-'rederieton i- a centre of llu- Inmiiei industry l'h< iiver is doiud with the piers 
u\ the B.Mim (■..Mipany. Kafls or lloatini; lo-s, ,)r sawed Imulier are always in sight. Acros;. at 
ih.' Nashwaak mouth there is sure t.) I>e a phalanx ol \rll.,« lalt . In sh lioni Cil.soii s saws. On 
the outskirts of the city, above and below, the smoke of tall chimneys proclaim the toil of busy 

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WATER STEAM and GAS 

FIFE and FITTINGS. 
FURNACES and FITTINGS. 

KITCHEN FURNISHINGS, 

COOKING RANGES. 

COOKING STOVES. 
OFFICE STOVES 

Opposite I'oMt Office, 




Hot Air. 
Water and 
Steam Heaters. 

PARLOR STOVES. 
HOT WATER BOILERS, 
FARMER'S BOILERS, 
BATH TUBS. 
PUMPS, SINKS. 
TINWARE. 
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mills, wliosf slnill si rtMmii\j; saws, liinvcvfr, cannol inakf lln'mscKi's lnaid al this dislanrc. Tlif 
sc-t'iu- is oMi- lliat tills lilt- ryi' with ^larimis (oliir and liaiiiioiiioiis ( (iiiipnsition in llic aiitiiniii, 
when the trct's llaiin- out with anilur and scaiK't, and atrial pinplf, when the aii swims with a 
laint violit ha/r, then the |tiriuii' i> nin- thai ncillni the |»aiiitfi's Itiusli iioi the pnit's j)fn ran dii 
nil lie than dimly sn^j;cst. 

Ilaviiij; thus, rium tin- uiiisi-rsity lool, taken in what Whitman would rail "the msrmlili' ' ol 
Kiedeiiclon, ihr \isiliM is in a position to explore the city streets. This, of rourse, is not an 
arduous task. 'I'liere .ii<- lew houses that attrai t attention by their stateliness ; luit the general 
impression is one of ipiiel prosperity and self respeetin|.; ease. 'I'he chief charm evi'iywhere is the 
over areinii}^ of tlw elms, which j^row here to a towering stature. The most elleeti\e public 
liiiilding, incontestalily, is ihi' Cathedral, occiipyiiij; a well treed sipiire, close to the river hank. 
Though small, as cathedrals go, an<l plain to austerity, it is one of t!)e most perfect specimens of 
pure gothic architei tiirc in North .America. The spire contains a peal of eight Itells, whose 
chimes, as they thrill the clear air across the tree tops, are luvcr lo he forgotten. Of tlu' other 
churches, the most -trikiiig arc the new luiildings erected liy llic l-'iisliyteriaiis and tiie llaptists, 
the one of grey and the other of purple sandstone, hoth e\irlleiit in design, and the i|iiaint little 
Parish ( !hurch at the upper end of the town, which is liuilt after an oKI I'.nglish design, in dark 
btone, with stained glass winUuws, and carries a triple chime in its belfry. 

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(jiass, Paints, Oils, Turpentine, Putty, Bar Iron and Steel, 
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Oiii' Ulock aUoYc thi- Catlifdral stands thr rarlianM'iU Ilonsi*, a modrrn slnirtiirc of rri-cslonc 
on j^iay uraiilli' iKUDdatioii. ll is not willioiil (lij^nily in ')iitliiu', Inil its effect is inarrt-d l»y tl\>' 
insiiKii iiiit riiciimrrTfiicf of its dome. A fmv fi-i-l addfd, to llial woi;ld luuv maile the l»iiildiiin 
arrliit<Mt III ally distinj^tiislicd. 

I'mm I'ailiaiiiriit .Si|iiait' iij) alonj; tlif riviT sidi- runs tilt- main liiisiiu'ss tlioroiij^lifaic of ihc 
rity, (^)ii<'fii stii'ft It is a ciirioiis ^tl•^•l,■t, in sonic ics|)ccts. One side is };i\cii over iiitiicly to 
business, and is lined with j^ood stores, hotels, hanks, and oMices. The otiier side is held hy a 
few liiiililinns, set amid lawns and tiees, affording pleasant glini|)ses of the river, the liridgcs. and 
die slcaiiicrs at tlit ir wharves. On this side is the old lirick court house. ,\ lilde liij;lier conies 
die oflicers' harracks, in a spacious s(|iiare, guai<lcd hy two small cannon, aiul ,i,'ay with the 
devotees of lawn tennis. Next comes the post office, in an open si|iiare 'I'lu'ii the se\ere j;ray 
|iil(^ of tli<' harrai ks (if the Infantry School ( "orps, where the ineii drill, hehind liij-li walls, that 
the glint of their scarlet may not heda/zle the passing demoiselles. Ueyond the harracks is the 
handsome red hrick structure of the Normal .School, in another open S(|uare. Then rise 
the uncompromising liius of tin- City Hall, frowning down upon tlu' fountain that graces its 
ftont. I'rom this ixiiiit onwartl, (Jueen street devotes itself exclusively to business, till it comes to 
an end at the city waterworks. 

.At the upjier vm\ of the city is N'ictoria Hospital : and beyond that we see tlu; stately old 
sloiie mansion of llo\ernmunt House, now standing vacant, while His Honor goes whither he 

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Tanner and Manufacturer of 
CARRIAGE AND FURNITURE 

Upholstering Leathers^ 

In Whole Hides and Colors- 

I'ATIiNT AND IvNAMHLLED LlvATHEK IN SIDl'S. 
Waxcil Kid, Calf and Split. 

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will. Oppcisilr ( lovoinniciil IIoum' is Wiliiinl I'aik, a lic;uitifiil pidiRily which ihr rily owes tu 
the niiinifriicf {>( the laic I'-dward W'ihnol. N'icluria I'aik, already meiilioiied, is anolher j;enenuis 
evidence of Mr. Wiliiiol's love for I'lcdciictoii. 

'I"hc faMiritc nsidciitial pdrtion of llu' city is that known as " I )own Town, " within clear call 
of the ( "alheilial hells. Here arc most ol the handsome houses and well kept grounds. Helow 
tlie Cathedral, where the street runs close to the water's edge, where tlie hank is lined with 
willows, where rafts tic up at night along the shori', and where the houses all look out across the 
river, there stands a dwelling which should be dear to many American hearts. 'I"he author of 
"Daddy Darwin's Doveiote," "' Log lie-hy ihe-l'ire, ' and '' The Story of a Short Life" wins nu 
more loving admiration llian that of her American readers. This plain brown house, with the 
i)ow windows and the riser view, is full of memories of Julian Horatia Ewing, who lived here 
while lier husband, a major in an ICnglish regiment, was stationed at l'"redericton. 

Of a very different interest to American visitors is the memory of another sojourner at 
I'redericton. It is a lurid light that keeps bright the name of Benedict Arnold, great general and 
great traitor. A few hundred yards below Mrs. I'^ving's liome is the field where once stood 
Arnold's house, ("lose by runs a narrow creek, at whose mouth he built and launched small 
vessels for the river trade. 

The roads aif)und ['"rt.'derit ton, on both sidi's of the rivei, are good enough to tempt both 
horsemen and wheelmen : anil they open up much beautiful landscape, l.ivery charges are 



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Special Departments in STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. 

Silks, N'clvcls, I'luslics, Riblions, I.aces, Cloves, Dress (".oods and 'riiniiuini^s, jciscys, Mantels, 

i.adirs" and ( Icnls" Cloths, M(jys' Clothing, Carpets, Oil Cloths, House- l''urnishings, I'runks, 

X'alisis, Ladies', Cents' and Hoys' \\'atcr[)roof Carnients, Window Curtains and Poles. 

Spring Roller Blinds Cut and Made to Order. Lumbermen's Camp Supplies. Snow Shoes and Moccasins. 

Queen Street, FREDERICTON, N. B. 



»tl'K.iihv;iy Ticket .\;;(iil 1 1 it .ill 
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extremely moderate, and there are facilities for the hiring of hieyeies, so that tlie cyclist who has 
heen separated from his or her wheel, need, l)y no means, go uncomforted. It is good driving 
or wheeling up along the Nashwaak to Marysville, when' the great cotton mill and saw-mills may 
1)0 visited. A longer expedition may he made by following up liie n,iain river, on the I'Vedericton 
side, through the X'illage of Kingsclear to i.unt's ferry, theit crossing, and returning hy the eastern 
shore and the St. Mary's bridge. 'I"he roads are good all the way, and the scenery enchanting. 
Another trip well worth making, is down the river to Clasier's, to inspect the |)ictures(|ue work of 
the lumbermen in taking the loose logs out of tiie booms and making them up into rafts for 
St. John. 

The sportsman, whether he follow rod or gun, will find I'ledericton an excellent centre from 
which to work i'or the great salmon waters of the 'i'()bi(|ue or the Miramichi, ex[)editions may 
best be organized at I'Vedericton, where compitent guides are available. 'I'rout waters, well- 
stocked and not overfished, lie about in all directions, at distances varying from ten to ten times 
as many miles, for the wliole country is a net-work of water-courses. Most of those waters are 
easily accessible by rail, for railways run out of Kredericton in all the directions which a sportsman 
is most likely to think of taking I'or those who care for small brook-trout, and |)lenty of them, 
there are pleasant drives to the 'Cornish, or the 'i'ay, or Hansen's Mill Stream, to Mur|)ee's or 
Noonan"s Brook, or up the Nashwaaksis, with every chance of a well filled i)asket. Most of these 
waters are broad and open, with good room to throw a lly. Hy going further afield, and indulging 
in a few days of canoeing and camping, one gets to the famous trout-waters of the 'robi(|ue, the 
Sipiatooks, (ireen River, or the innumerable branches of the great Miramichi system. 

In the neighborhood of Fredericton there are a few good eock-and-sni|)e covers, and part- 
ridges, in favorable years, are abundant. The most alluring game, however, is the re<l deer, which 
is once more becoming numerous in our New UrunswieU forests. During; the pa^t year they have 

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LITTLE JACK AFTER KILLING HIS FIRST SALMON. 

been shut in tlie duor yards of tariiu'is, not five miles fniiii the city. i'n> a little dee|)ev into the 
wild heart of the woods, and hears, lynxes, and wildcats will he discovered l)y die eNi)crienced 
guide. And in the higli plateaus of the norlhcrn siclion of the province', one may, with some 
ho|)e of success, follow the chase of our noblest game, the stately and gciU'ious moose. During 
moonlight nights of October is the time (or ''moose calling,"" which is the most exciting way to 
hunt this superlt animal. 

The traveller who is concerned for his accustomed comfort, his little luxuries, need have no 
misgivings about visiting l''redcricton. 'I'heie aie good, private boarding houses, where one may 
sojourn pleasantly and comfortably at an extremely modest |)rice. The two leading hotels of the 
city, the Marker House and tlie (^)ueen, are excellent, both attractively situated, thoroughly up to 
date in equipment and service, and each secure in the reputation of setting a table that keeps its 
guests good-humored. I'erhajis tiie best trilnite that can be paid to them is a statement of th*^' 
oliserved fact that whichever of the two a traveller goes to first, that one he sticks to. I'^ach has 
its loyal clientele. There are other excellent hotels, such as the W'averley, I.orne and City. 

When a jilace is worth visiting, there is satisfaction in finding that it is not hard to get at. 
liven Boston is not so far from the "(Celestial City'" as some would have us su|)pose? In 
summer months one may take the eastern express from Jioston in the morning, and reach 
I'lederieton at a reasonable hour in the evening. The evening train from Boston, or the evening 
train from Montreal, lands one in Frederieton at a good hour for lunch. From St. John there 
are several trains each day ; there are trains also from Woodstock and St. Stei)heii. Besides the 
service of the Canadian Facific Railway from all the points mentioned, thero are two trains a day 
over the Canada Eastern, which runs through the Nashwaak and the Miramich: valleys, and con- 
nects Frederieton with the Intercolonial at Newcastle. This is a route whose ])ossibilities have 
not yet been sufficiently unfolded to the tourist and the sportsman. It offers delightful facilities 
for attractive round trips. But there is oni' round trip which is an imperious necessity for all who 
visit Frederieton. If you come to I'"redericton by rail, leave by the river boat. It is better to 
come by rail and go by boat, than to come by boat and go by rail, because it is, as a rule, 
pleasanter travelling with the currant than against it. But no one can be said to have properly 

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J. C. RISTEEN & CO 



FREDERICTOR. N. B 




MANUFACTURERS OF 

Doors, Saslies, Blinds, 

MOULDINGS. 

Fiooring and Sheathing 

CHURCH AND SCHOOL FURNITURE, 
Mi// P/anir.g, Turning and Jig Sawing 

DONE TO ORDER. 



sci'H I'icdci iciori who lias iiol "(loin" ihc L'iL;ht\ foui inili"> of L\i|iiisite ami vaiitd livt-r srciitMy 
oulstirttju'd iKtwciji) till' cily and the sra. 

'I'lic piiiiiipa! liusiiifss anil iimlVssioiial ir';ii aic : Ntlsoii ( 'aiii|ihcll, ixx)!-. and shoes : W. II 
( 'aiUii, drii^l^isl ; {'.. Vwi\ Chcslniit, drui^i^isl R. Chcstiuil \- Sons, hardwaii' : |. ( lark iV Son, 
<aiiia^i's, aj^iiculluial ini|)l( niLMUs, tie. : l)i.'\cr Hros., dry i;o()ds ; h'ted 1!. I'-d^croniin', dry goods ; 
Kitchen I'k: Slua, tinsniitlis, plnnilit'is slores, clc: Willard KitcliLn iV ( 'o., rnrnitnrc, (.tc: l.tinonl 
i^' Sons, liMMiturt-', ;4lass\varc, jiorci'lains (of all kinds), and ciiriositiis ; Mcharlanc, ThoMipson iV 
Anderson, iron founilers, etc.: I'"rank I. Morrison, insurance aj;enl ; !•'. W. Murray A' Co., 
stationers; James 1",. Neil, hardware: |. I'almer, tannery and leather manulaclurer ; |. C 
Ivisteeu iV Co., sash and door factor) ; llemy Kutter, harness maker ; 'I'ennant, I )avies it 
Clarke, dry ^oods : ('. II. Thomas it Co., Oak Hall, ,nent's furi)ishinj.;s and clothing; jno |. 
Weddall, dry i^oods ; (\. 'V. \\'hcl|)ley, i^roceries, etc.; IJlack, IMiss iV Nealis, barristers al-law ; 
( ieorgc lllack. Itiurristir at law ; C. I'^. Duffy, lianister at law ; Ceorgc !•'. iV A. j ( Iregorv, 
liarristi'rs at law ; James \. McUready, l>;nrisler-at l;iw ; 11, !•'. .McLeod, barrister at law ; II. I! 
Ransford, barrister at law ; James T. Sharkey, barrister-al law ; .\rthur R. Slipp, barrister at law ; 
W. X'anwart, barrister at law ; (leorge I,. Wilson, barrister at law ; Win. Wilson, barrister at law. 
The principal hotels to slo|) at are: Uarker House, V. I>. ("oleman, proprietor; (Jueen Hotel, 
J. .\. Iklwards, jjroprielor : Waverley Hotel, J. I! drieves, |)roi)rietor : liorne iiolel, i'ldwanl 
(^>uinn, pro|)rietor : City Hotel, Mrs. C. Parsons, proprietress 



Druggist and Apothecary, 

COR. QUEEN AND CARLETON STREEiS. 

I^hy«ician«' nre«cri|>ti<)iiss Curefully Compounderl. 

Pure 1 )rus.;s ami Medicines, Toilet Articles. Soaps, Brushes and Pertiimery. 

Choice Havana Cigars, lM[)es, robaccos, etc. 

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HAMPTON, N. B. 

T2. AMP TON, 2 2 MiilL's from St. Julin l»y llic Iiitcicoloiiial Railway, is composed of two 
^; villages, called llami)ton Village and ilaniptoii Station. The former on the hank of 
tlic KennelH'casis River, is in a most desirable location, with excellent facilities for 
lioating, bathing, tishin:; and shooting. The sanu; remark is ecinally a|)|)licable to Hampton 
Station, situated on the line of the Intercolonial. The drives are numerous and attractive. 

Within easy reach aie the Kingston Lakes, teeming with trout of the most gamey nature- 
Darling Lake, a mile from either place, furnishes ample opportunity for yachting, rowing and 
bathing. ICnglish sni|)c, woodcock and partridge are plentiful, in season ; while in the numerous 
creeks and ponds are to be hauul black duck and teal in great numbers. 

'J'wo lakes, within easy reach, are stocked with pickeral and furnish good sport for the 
lovers of that fish. 



Estimates given on all kinds of Printing. The Sun /'rinting Company, /,/V, .^SV /nhn, N, B, 

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The Hampton and St. Martins Railway Co. 



HAMPTON TO ST. MARTINS, 30 MILES. 



/^ONXF.CTION. Al Hainptoii on the Intercolonial Railway. 22 miles 
V^ ^^, from Si. John. Connection made with 1. C. R. I'^xpress Trains ac- 
cording to currt'nt Time Tables and advertisements in St. John papers. 



-QENKRAL rNrORM AHTION. 



St. Maitiiis is a piL'tty villaLic situated on the l'.ay of i''un(ly coast : it has a picturL'S(|ue site 
and pretty (hives. There is ahmulant s])ort in I'lshing the numerous lakes in the vicinity of tlie 
town and tiie neighboring streams. There are two good hotels in the village. There is an excel 
lent beach, and the bathing facilities are well known throughout the Province, 'i'he place is well 
worth a visit. Telepiione conmumication with Hampton and also witli St. John. 

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BIRO'S EYE VIEW HAMPTON, N. B. 



'I'lir sdutlujiii ilivisidii (if till.' ('ciUral k;iilw,i\- lure cDniirit^ with the Inlrrcoloiiial and 
luniiiiiL; lo St. \Iartiiis, a (Ustaiici' ol 2i) inili's, I'liniislifs an easy inrtliod of access lo ihv 
iiunicKiiis hay shoic lakes, wliiih an,' faiuoiis for Ljood spoil. I )c(r arc i|iiilc' piLiUiful on ll)c 
hi^h L^ioiind Isiii.n hiiwccii the Keniiehet ,isis Kivei and liellisle l>a\'. 

The sleaniei ( 'hllon, ( 'aptain R. (1. ICaile, phes helween St. Jolin and I lampion, and 
\ I litors much enjoy a (rip owr tliis roiilc, as the sci'neiA' is of a \er)' liii^li order. 

A line of liacks ninninu; iielween tiie two \illa,L!,es connects with e\cry express train. 

The hotels are the X'endome and Leonard, at the station, and ('lark's, at liie \illage, and 
tiie\' are famous for lluir alli'ntion lo tlieii- i;uests. Tin i\' are also a numhir of |)leasanlly silualed 
and well I'lpiipped summer' hoarding iiouses, where visilor-: can he accommudalcd on reasonable 
terms. 

Till' air in Hamplon is wry salubrious and manv visitors avail ihemselves of its excellence 
eveiy year. 

.\ public sipiare and |)ark has been laiil oul at Hampton .Station, and is being pul iwlu 
good condition. 

Secret socieiies aie ln.'re lepresented by the .Masons, i-'oresters and Oiangemen : all of 



\vhi( h aie in a lluurisliini; ( ondition. 

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BEST OF WORK. 



LOWEST PRICES. 



Wm^m lliiiw Siwi. 

HAMPTON, N. B. 

PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT $1.00 PER ANNUM. 

Uiisurpii^sfd as nil Aifrcrtisiiii:; iiicdii/iii fur I he Wcshrii End nf l/ir /'rariinr 



BOOK, CARD and JOB 



PDIMTUVri Promptly Executed. 

r^ *V" ^ ^ * 11^ V-i SATISFACTION QUARANTEEU. 



The cliurclus arc, at tlu: Station: I^'^pisccipal, Roman ( \illiolic, Mctliodist, and Haptist ; 
at the Village : Haptist, rresbytciian and I'',i)isa)pal. 

Hampton is the county town of Kings C<niiity, and tiie pulihc Itiiildings are an ornanu'nt 
to the place. 

Altogether Hampton is a very desirable spot to visit, whetlier tiie stranger ; eeks sj)Oit 
scenery or ease. 

The Kings Clounty News is a bright and newsy [laper, and is published by Mr. C. 
Spooner. 

The ("entral Railway and Moncton iV Kuetouehe Railway have their oft'ice . h;rc as also 
•or ti e liranch line running from Hampton to St. Martins. 

The principal merchants are: A & W. Hicks, j'cncial dtakr : 



The Central Railway Company. 

NORTON TO CHIPMAN, 45 MILES. 



/^ONNI'XTION. — At Norton with the Intercolonial Railway. 33 miles 
V^^^, from St. John. Connc;ction is made with the I. C. R. E.xpress Trains 
according to current Time Tables and advertisements in St. John papers. 

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There is fust rate shooting on the marshes of the Washdemoak and Salmon Rivers, as geese 
and ducks arc very plentiful in tiiese localities. There art.' abundant partridge within easy hunt- 
ing distance of any of the villages along the line. Moose and Carihou are very plentiful on the 
Coal Creek Stream, about 6 miles from Chipman. Caribou are also ])lentiful on the Northern 
tracks of the Salmon River. There arc two or three good guides for the Coal (!reek district, who 
can readily he obtained by en(|uiry at Chi[)man. There are also several at Newcastle, about lo 
miles lielow Chipman on the Salmon River. There is a good hotel in Chipman. 

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BRIDGE. NORTON. N. B. 



NORTON, N. B. 



■f^OR'I'ON STATION is situated 011 tlie liitL-icoloiiial Railway and tlie Kciiiichccasis River. 
■1^* I'opiilatioii aliout 250. ICiglu passonj^cr trains, carrying live mails, [)ass to and from 
St. John daily, 'terminus of llu; Central Railway, riming to ("liipman, and passing through 
a hiautifiil section of coimtry, is liere. 

Telei)hone system connecting all points east as Hir as Amherst, and west as far as Fredericton 
and a hrancii connecting ail points as far as (;hi[)man. 

'I'hree churches, with the i)rospects of a fourtii, with a jiarsonage, heing erected during the 
summer. Four general stores, the leading one being that of K. 1, Perkins, near the station ; two 
liotiis. one restaurant, with -cverai piivale lioarding houses 

There is a fuie site for a wood woiking factory, lumher heing easily olUained and in great 
abundance. During the summer the work of erecting the County Alms House will be going on. 

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In the season plenty of game, such as deor, uihUiis, partridge, woodcock, etc. In the Ken 
nebecasis are sahiion, shad and herring, and in the smaller streams some fnie trout A short dri\e 
will take you to some capital trout lakes. 

'I'he scenery of the surrounding coiintr)' is very pictures(]iie : ahoui one and a ijiuirlei mile:, 
from tlu' station is the noted Dickie's Mountain (so called). 

K. U PERKINS, 

s DKAI-KH IN ' 

Dry Goods, Groceries, Flour, Meal, Pork, Fish, Nails, 

Grinds! oiioH, Paints, Oils, Hii.vin|>: Tools, Oiiidcn Seeds, Etc. 

COUNTRY FBODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOE aOODS. CASH ORDERS SOLICITED. 



I"IiICES IiO"W". 



TERJVrS OA.SII. 



NORTON STATION, Kings County, N. B. 

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TRAMWAY TO MINE, HILLSBOROUGH. N. B. 



HILUSBO ROUGH, N. li. 

*^*n,l,W15()ROU(ni, on tlif IVtiloxliac River, inidway hctwccn Salishuis and Albeit, on the 
J*^ lii)(' of llu' Salisl)iiiv ami Harvey Kailway. J'lom liisl of Jime tiii Ihsl ol (»<1()I)lt is one 
^* of tlie most {li'liglitfui iiiial nooixs in New IJiunswick. 'Hie mean tempeialiiR' in July anil 
August in the (la\' is about 75, and, at niglil, drops to no. '{"here are two liott'ls, wluTe 
tourists guests are maile eoiurortalile and well eaii'd lor : a<"eoiiiuiodation iiiav be iiad with private 
families if divsired. There are man) pietiiiesciue and deliglitlul rural spots that can be visited in 
the vieinity, as well as points of much interest The " Ro<'ks," wiu-ri' the swift and rushing tides of 
the noted Hay of !''un(ly, may be seen, and I lie underground Lake on DeiiioiselU' ( "reek, surrounded 
by a dejiosit of snow white gy|)suni. Near this is the worked out " Albertite ' eoal mine, wiiile it 
yielded its treasures it was the most celebrated mine in the world, bringing the highest jiriie and 
making more gas per ton than any other coal yet diseoveii'd. A part of the ojieiating machinery 
is still to be seen, with the miners' cottages siiiroiiiurmg it, and the manager's fine dwelling on an 
eminence overlooking the whok', make it a point of interest, and well worth a visit bv the tourist. 
The Albert Manufacturing Company's extensive works for generating and calcining gy|)sum are in 
the village. The deposits are three and a half miles distant, connected by a tramway, operated 
by horses. A visit to these quarries, and inspection of the works, will be found of much interest. 

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^T RUHS THROUGH the finest scenery to "be fonnd in Albert 
W County, Yilnich. is world wide known for its great mining 

interests, besides many other products. It passes through 
the Town of Hillsboro, "where the great plaster mills 
and quarries are " besides being one of the prettiest 
places to be fonnd in New Brunswick. Also runs along 
" The Famous Shepody Bay " and only a short distance to the 
♦* Hie Famous Kocks " on the Petitcodiac River; thence passing 
along through Tlie Great Marsli Lands and other very 
pretty villages to its terminus Albert, which is a very 
pretty town. There are beautiful drives all through the 
County and the tourist visiting this part of Hew Bruns- 
wick does not want to miss the nice fishing sports that 
can be had. 

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On tlic road leadiiiij; to Dawson Setlk-ment, five miles distant, a rich deposit of manganese is now 
iK'ing develo|)ed l)y a New \'ork ('ompany. There are good roads Icachng in I'vcry (Hri'ction 
'I'lie scenery is magnificent in many [)laces. The streams are numerous and well filled with 
l»rook-troiit. 'I"he air is pure and invigorating. 'I'hose seeking rest and (juiel from the turmoil 
of city life will find Hillsborough a desirable retreat 

'l"he principal hotels to stop at are: The May \'iew Hotel, A. Steeves, Proprietor, and 
Wards Hotel, J. 'I\ Ward, Pro|)riet()r. 

The princi|)al merchants are: The Albert Nfanufacturing Co., manufacturers of rock wall 
plaster, etc. ; I> A, Marveii, druggist and |)hysiciaii : (1. 1). Steeves, general dialer. I'he Salisbury 
and Albert Railway have their head(|uarters here. 

GORHAM D. STEEVES. 



DEALER IN 



General Merchandise 

Ol'- ALL KINDS I'O MEET THE R !•:(,) U H^liM EN' I'S 
Ol' A I'IRST CLASS COUNTRY TRADE. 



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MONCTON, N. H. 

^^•HE City of Monc'ton, on the I C. R., 90 miles from St. John, with a population of nearly 
\^/ ten thousand, is one of the most progressive towns in the provinces. It is a railway centre, 
^ a shipping port, a manufacturing and distributing centre, and the market place of a wide 
area of rich agricultural country. Its growth has been rajjid, and is continuous. Not only is the 
town growing, but the suburban places around it are increasing in population. Moncton is the 
ofricial headcpiarters of the Intercolonial Railway, the great government railway system of Canada, 
i'lie general ofticcs are here, also extensive car and engine building and repair shojjs, employing a 
small army of workmen. During the present year a splendi<l new depot, worthy of tlie growing 
lily, is in course of erection, 'i'he Moncton and lluctouche Knilway also has its ol'tices lierc. 
.Moncton is also a shipping port, where schooners come up the I'etitcodiac River from the IJay of 
I'lindy with merchandise, or for cargoes of wood, lumber or tanbark. Large vessels can readily 
come uj) when the tide serves, and an elaborate system of harbor works, including extensivi' wet 
(locks, has been drawn up, and will some day be carried to completion. Moncton has also im- 
portant manufiicturing industries. There is a large cotton mill, employing over 200 persons. A 
large sugar refinery was recently destroyed by fire, but will no doubt be rebuilt in a very short time. 
There is a foundry, which has a branch office in the City of Montreal. Tiiere are other foundries 
and machine shops, Hour mill, wood-working and carriage factories, and a large number of smaller 
industries. Moncton is an admirable distributing centre, being centrally situated as regards the 
extremes of three provinces ; and it has enterprising wholesale merchants in dry goods, groceries 
and hardware. 



Jhis Guide Jiook was printed by The Sun Printing^ Company, Ltd., St. John, IV. Ji 



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The Intercolonial Railwaj 



OF OA.3Sr-A.ID A. 
"The People's Railway." 

Standard Hiiilt and Equipped. 

Careful and Polite Attendants. 

The Fast and Scenic Route for Canadiai] and United States Travel. 

and 

Between the West and New Brunswick, 
Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, 
Cape Breton, the Magdalen Islands 
and Newfoundland, connecting Quebec, 
St. John, Halifax and Sydney. 

CANADIAN EUROPEAN MAIL AND PASSENGER ROUTE. 

("(MiMcclions ar(> mack- wet-kly at llalif.ix, N. S., (in winter) and at Rinioiiski (in smnmei) with 
ROVAI- MAIL S'n':A\ll<;KS in and I'loni l-ivcrixml, niakin.-^ ll>e 

SHORTEST OCEAN PASSAGE 15ETVVEEN AMERICA AND EUROPE. 

Steam Heat. Electric Light. Perfect Train Service. 

Tl?e Oi\\y AH-Rail Roiite betWeci) Halifax aud St. Jol}I^ 



DIRECT SERVICE 



The Intercolonial Railway of Canada — Kiist lixiircws Truiiis l)otweeii Montreal, Quebec, Si. 
.loliii, Haliliix ami Sydney, ('. 15., nuikinji connections for points in Prince Kilwiirtl Island. Tiic 
fasliional)le route for Caiuulian anil United Slates Summer Travel. 

A Perfect Train Service. N() otlier route In Americ'a presents to tourists, pleasure seel<ers ami 
invaiiiis so many unrivalled attractions. I'ure air, splemlid sea-l)athinj;, and a perfect panorama of 
deliifiilful views. Sportsmen will llml tlie Kivers, I/il<es and Woods along the Intercolonial uueiiuailed. 

SAFBTY, »HKh:i) ANI> COMRORX. 



Tii-kfls lor sale at all tlie principal ticket ofTu'es of 
till- liiaiid Tiiiiik and Caiiailiaii and Pacific railways ; 
III Windsor Hotel ticket ofTice, Montreal; Inion ticket 
olFice, n» St. James Street. .Montreal: Chateau l-ion- 
teuac, (jiiel)ic. and at tile oHice of the railway, m.; 
York Street, Rossin House llloek, where illustrated 
C.uide Books with maps and hotel lists, also Time 
Tables, showiiiff rail and steamboat connections, can 
lie hail on application to 

N. WK.VrilKKSTON, W. !••. S: P. A., .|.! York Street, 
Kossin House Itlock, Toronto, t)iit. 

(~.. \V. ROBINSON, K. 1". ^i 1*. A., i ;S St. James Street, 
Montreal, H. g, 

JNO. M. LYONS, 

Oen. Passengep Agent, Moncton, N. B_ 

D. POTTINOBR, 

Oenapal Manaer*!*, Moncton, N. B 




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A fact that means much for the future of Monc t<>n is; its proximity to the Nova Scotia coal 
fields. Coal can be laid down there for a mere trifle, say 25 cents per ton freight. With power 
su chea]), and its excellent facilities for distrihution by rail and water, the town must become a 
notable centre of manufaciure The town has an excellent water supply and sewerage system, 
electric lighting systeni, gas, electric street railway, and all the evidences of modern progress. 
Tliert! are some 25 or 30 miles of streets. 

As to public i)uildings, there is a city hall, which also contains, on the ground floor, the \)W- 
ducc market, and on an ui)per floor a handsome opera house that will seat 900 persons. The post 
office and customs building is a handsome structure. The town is proud of its school;, and the 
N'ictoria school building, having in itself ten departments, is a very fine one, with an admirable 
location. The railway general offices occupy a fine row of handsome buildings. The Y. M. C A. 
luive ([uarters in a splendid block of grey stone, and a number of other buildings of grey or red 
sandstcjnc lend im|)ressiveness to the principal business street. There are numerous churches, 
representing over half a do/en different denominations, and several of these buildings arc of im- 
posing architecture. Several banks liave agencies in Moncton. The handsome stores on Main 
street would not discredit a much larger town. The sidewalks, some of asjjhall and some covered 
with hard packed cinder, which makes an excellent bed for asphalt, are clean and well kept. 

There are no hills in the town itself Some of the older streets are lined with shade trees, and 
the newer ones have had young trees |)lanted along their borders, while the love of flowers appears 
to be a characteristic of the peo|)le. There are numerous very pretty private residences, some of 

them embowered amid beautiful trees and flowers. A bridge 1600 feet long connects the town 

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STKAMSHII 



CONNECXIONS. 



CANADIAN EUKOPEAN MAIL AND PASSENGER KOUTE. 

I'losc loiiiiecliiiiis arc made al Kiimmski iwcekly) with KOVAI, MAir, STKAMICKS ol llic AI.I.AN .itid 
DOMINION I,IN1\S 111 ami Irom l.ivciiidol, makiiii; tlu' Sliortcsl Ocean Passage litlwecii 

A^i^ERIO-A. and EXJROFE. 



I'lissiiiui'iN fiiini Ni» liiimsttick, Ndva Scutia and I'. K. Island, fm- (Jiciil liritaiii or the Cimlincrit, lakiii); (^iiiclioc KX|inw li'aviti.: 
SI, .liilin and Halifax on Salnrdays, will join oul«ar,1 .Mail SlianiiTs leaving Hiincnski Smidnv fvenini;, 

rasscn(,'i'i-s frnni .Montreal or the West lea\n>; Montreal liy ,Mail Traill, Siindav niorniiiu', will join outward Mail Steamer .11 
liMnonsKi aine evenin;j. This Mail Train will sto)) at St, Charlc- Jniielioii, Montn'ia'.'in , l/lslel, Sle. Anne, SI, I'.asclml. River iln 
l.on|i, Cai-oiim, Trois I'istoles and Hie, 

{•'ast Sii.cial Tiaiii li'a\cs liimoii-ki on arri(al of inward .Mail Steamers with I'assenucrs and Mails for i.iiiehee, Montrral, Ottawa, 
Toronto, \V( stern Canada and I'niieil Stales ; and when remilar trains do iiol eoimeet for St, .lohn and Halifax, 

.\l Halifax (forlniuhlly) with Ai.l.^n Link Steamers io and from .Newfoundland, (^iicensiowii and l.iver|iool : wilh l-'i iinkss I.ivi 
for Londnn, ,'ind wiih Sleamer for St, I'ierre, ,Mii|, 

,\t Halifax with Sleamers for lienmida. .iamaica, St, Thomas, St, Kills, Antiuna, Giiiulelonpe, Domiiiiea. Marliiiii|iie. SI, l.iieia, 
Harhadoes, Trinidad ami liemerara, 

TWPflTTftTT TTf!Tn?.TS '"" •^" '•rin'-iP'il roinl.'^ in CANADA and the INITHD STATMS can he 
XXll.liVWVTJ.X XX\yX\,OXO ohtaincd from Agents. 1 See I. C, K, Time holder lot I.isl, . 

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\villi t\\v AHktI County shore of tlie river, wlicre |)lc;isaiU farms j^rcct the eye, ami wlurr llie diisi' 
in cither direetion along shore is very delightful. Momton has two tlaily ne\vs|)a|)ers, one ol ihr 
sure evidi'nces of a wideawaKe town. It has one of the finest athletic grounds to be louud in the 
provinces, and a mile out is a race track, said to he the fastest half mile track in the provinces. 

While the visitor is interested in .\loncton itself, and must, of course, see tiie "hore," whi( h is 
fully desjribcd in a succeeding page, there are some very attractive drives in the outskirts of the 

M'7 



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THE CENTRAL^ 



Dry Goods Store. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



/;;p.IIIS is ilic oldcsi Dry Ck xkIs tinii in ihc 
^r diy. being cstahlishcd March, iS;i, 
ami is nou oik: of the most u|) to date fasliion- 
ionahli; (lr\' goods stores in ihc cit)'. Tour- 
ists nia\- li'cl assured of reeei\inLr stric;t atten- 
tioM to their re(|uireMi(;iits. 'IIk- newest 
fashions and best \ahies in e\cr\' Hue 

AGENTS FOE STANDARD FASHIONS. 
Telephone No. 15P, 

207 Main St., opposite Market. 

JAMES FLANAGAN, - Prop. 



SililLIJl FAMOUS BORE 

In Paper Weights, China and Writing ^^ablets, Etc. 

LATEST NOTELS, NEWf^PAPEliS, ETC, ET( . 

n. B. JONES, = Books and Stationery, 

Main Street, MONCTON, N. B. 

J. K HARRIS ^ GO., 



IMPORTEHK and- 



Wholesale grocers. 



M&iss, @tar@@tp 



MQ^O'^QET, 



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Prop. 

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MAIN STREET. MONCTON. N. B. 



town. liL-hind the town, aii'l across a strip of marsh, where shipl)uilding was once a great industry, 
we come to Sunny Hrae, a lovely suburb, perched on a gentle slope. A little farther and Lewis- 
ville, an older settlement, is reached. Passing on, until a mile and a half from the town, the visitor 
comes to Humphrey's Mills, the centre of a very important industry, most pictures(|uely situated 
among the hills and on the shore of a lovely stream. Here are extensive woollen mills, and a little 
farther up a lumber mill 'I'his place is also on the line of the I. C. R. A drive from Moncton 
to Hum])hrey's Mills is a very pleasing experience, affording, at several points, magnificent views 
of the surrounding country. On this road, also, lies the entrance to the Rural Cemetery, a beauti- 
ful spot, attended with sedulous care. Returning from Humphrey's Mills to I.ewisville, the visitor 
may turn to the left, and skirting the base of a gentle elevation for a mile or so, having on the 
right a fine view over the little valley to the town beyond, and, striking another road, may return to 
the town along the waterside : or, continuing on down shore a few miles, he gets a glorious view 
of the river and the Albert County shore on the right, while on the left, in fact on either side of 
the road traversed, are the (juaint homes of the Acadian farmers who dwell along the shore at this 
s])ol. This |)lace, with the farms narrov,- and the houses ([uite close together, is called i'Vench 
X'iUage 'I'here are few drives to be found that afford a more varied and pleasing |)icture tiian 
this one Irom Moncton or I.ewisville through I'Vcnch X'illage. Or, starting from .Moncton in a 
direction diverging considerably from that toward Lewisville, if the visitor takes the .Mountain 

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PETER MC8WEENY, 



DIRECT IMPORTER OF' 






Dry Goods, 
Roona Paper, 

CLOTHING- and MILLINERY. 




nilOfJlSALR AND RETAIL 



-Of*Ciy 



190, 192, 194, 196 Main Street, - MONCTON, N. B. 



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MAIN STREET, MONCTON, N, B. 






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road, a short drive brings him into the country, with all the attractions of a picturesque country 
region. 'I'hore is still another pleasant drive up the valKy of thr I'etitcodiac river, besides those 
already rclerrcd to on the Albert County side. 'I'hc lakc^, wiiii li are the source of Moncton's 
watrr sup|)ly, are also worth a visit. 'I'hey arc some three and a half miles distant. The (lOrge, 
of which a view is given, is a most picturesiiue and charming spot, and a favorite resort for pleasure 
partii's from Momton. The " Rocks," away iU)\\n the river, but a pleasant trip, is a place of 
wave worn and tremendous cliffs, rising sometimes as a regular wall, sometimes as enormous 
boulders, 60 feet high, their sides hare and their summits covered with vegetation. A beautiful 
bea( h lies at their base, and the place is visited l»y numerous exrursion parlies. The Bay of 
I'lmdy, in its coasts and islands, presents some wonderful glimpses of bold and striking scenery, 
but, perhaps, nowhere along these shores appears more imposing evidence of the stupendou:, con- 
flict of the elements in the far ages of geologic time. 

A glance at the map shows the central location of .\Ionctoii. It is an easy run from this 
place to St John, to the Miramichi and north shore generally, to Prince Kdward Island or to 
Nova Scotia .Menuamcook, with its college, and Sackville, with its university and other educa- 
tional institutions, are but a few miles away. 

.\t ihi- time of writing .\Ioncton citizens are undecided whether to signalise this sixtieth yeai 
of (Jueeii N'icturia's reign by founding a hos[)ital or a public [)ark in the town limits. That their 



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WMmO) 



- OKAIXR IN 



Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS, 

TBJROVtS O-A-SH. 

Cor. Main and Lutz sts., near I, C. R Crossing. - - MONCTON, N. B. 



MONCTON BAKERY 



WILLIAM CHRISTIE, 



mfadmn A.}. Bfead, Cakc, PclStl\> 
r^^^ ( 'onte(*ti()iiery, etc. 




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and 3^'i'alcr in 



Main Street, 



- MONCTON, N. B. 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers In BooU^ ShoeS, SUppeVS 

and Rubhprs. 



-^-'lllv I.eiuHtie Boot ntnl Shoe Store of Moiictoii 
(O iiaving the most complete stock of the 
^^ finest footwear. 



/200 Main Street, Moncton, N. B. 



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CITY HALL AND MARKET, MONCTON. N, B. 



loyal enthusiasm will take shape in a manner creditable to the town is assured. 

With regard to its hotels, Moncton is in tliis, as in otlier respects, a modern town It has 
several excellent iiotels, notably the American ami Itrunswick, where visitors find a fir^t chiss lal)le 
ami good general accommodation. Teams can begot, with comfortable carriages, for drives about 
tile town and suburbs, while ihe citi/.ens are always glad to greet visitors and give all tlie inform- 
ation |)ossible. 

Moncton lias three banks for the convenience of its enterprising peo])le, l)ranclu's of the 
liank of No\a Scotia, Merchants' Mank of Halifax, and liank of Montreal. 



"i.oui.-" 



rnK "i;oKE at moncion*. 
The remarkable tidal bore of the Petitcodiac River, of which an illustration is given, is the 
most unitpie attraction Moncton offers to the tourist. Concerning the cause of this phenomenon, 
it is sufficient to say that the Atlantic tides, sweeping along the curving coast-line from (^a|)e Cod, 
are met by the projecting peninsula of Nova Scotia and forceil within the comparatively narrow 
limits of the Bay of Fundy, which almost entirely separates Nova Scotia from New Brunswick. 

.3/ J 



R. F. KINNEAR 




Decjorative Ai'tist, Paper Hanger, l^tx*. 

ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN FOK ALL ul.MiS WOUK l\ OLk I.IM'. 



He»t of Stock Ut»e<l. 



Prices* Reeiwonable. 



MONCTON, N. B 



F. P. Reid & Co., 

~ ; ^ ^ 84 Main St., 

Oommission Merdhanfs, i loncton, IN. D. 



MONCTON CARPET AND FURNITURE COMPANY. 



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IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 



Furniture, Carpets, Wm anil Upiiolstering Goods. 

UPHOLSTERING AND WINDOW SHADES A SPECIALTY. 



Nos. 114, IIG aiKi lis 
Main Street, 



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MONCTON, N. II 




Y. M. C. A. BUILDING, MONCTON, N. B. 



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With great volume and accelerating speed, at some points ten or twelve miles an lioiir, the tide 
rushes inward between the rock hound coasts on either side, fills the various smaller hays and 
inlets along its course, flooa .he low lying shores that fringe the marshes near its iiead-waters, and, 
where these are intersected by small streams, tiie now greatly compressed tidal wave becomes a 
ra|)idly advancing wall of foaming water. This wall or "bore" varies with the state of the tides 
from a small wave to a mass of water nearly ten feet iiigh. Our illustration is from a |)!iotograph 
(if the "lK)re" in the lVtil<;()(liac River at Moncton. 'i'lie town is situated at what is called thi; 
bend of liie river, twenty-tliree miles from its outlet in Shepody Hay, an arm of the May of Kundy. 
The river forins, at Moncton, a complete elbow, and this point is the head of navigation. Of 
course vessels can only traverse it this far when the tide serves. .\t low tide, in midsunnner, one 
might almost wade across at the place shown in our engraving, which is just beside the town ; but 
at Hood tide large ships may float there in safety. Ships were formerly built here, and tlu' first 
cargo of raw sugar for tlu! Moncton refinery was brought in a large bari|ue dire.t to the wharf 
beside the factory. A fleet of schooners traverses the river in the summer, and in old times 
vessels of two thousand tons were built and launched at Moncton. 

lo stand upon a wharf, looking out across a stretch of reddish-colored sand iNttndiiiL; nearh 
a mile to the dyked shore opposite, your wharf elevated some forty feet or more ai)(j\e a \er) 

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THE GORGE, (FAMOUS FOR PICNICS). MONCTON, N. B. 



Ti lONCTOK ail BOCTOUCHE MILIA! CO 



MONCTON TO BUCTOUOHE, 32 MILES. 



/f)()NNEC'l"ION At Moncton with Intercolonial Railway Express trains 
from East. West and North, according to current 'I'inie TahU^s and 
advertisements in Moncton papers. 



OENERAL INPORMAXION. 



Ructoiiche \'illage is very prettily situated on the Buctouche River in full view of Buetouche 
Harbor. It is (juite a summer resort, (ieese, Duck and Brant abound in Buctouclie Bay and 
afford excellent sjjort. Buctouche is celebrated for its oysters, A few weeks can be passed very 
pleasantly in this village. There is a good hotel in Buctouche and telegrajjli comnumicalioii 
with Moncton. 

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THE BORE ISHOWINQ RIVER BEND) MONCTON, N. B. 



CO. 



shallow, muddy stream, swiftly coursing along a comparatively narrow bed, which is sometimes 
close to the wharf, and sometimes diverted by the shifting sands to a channel farth.-r out : to see 
presently, at a neigliboring bend, a wall of water, it may be five or it may he nearly ten feet in 
height, rushing toward you at the rate of seven or eight miles an iiour, its front a wreathing mass 
of foam ; to see it sweep past, and to note almost instantly thai the whole expanse from wharf to 
dike is covered with tossing, muddy waters, which gradually grow calmer, but continue to rise 
until a full rigged sliip or ocean steamer, with cargo laden, miglit float beside your wharf — to 
have had this eNi)erience is to have witnessed the "bore" and the variation of the tide at Moncton. 
The following business establishments are the principal ones to visit, vi/ : Peter McSweeney, 
dry goods, etc.; James Flanagan, dry goods, etc.; The Moncton Carpet and l''urniture Co., i.td ; 
(leo. Younger, clothing and gent's furnishings; J. P. Ikeau, boots and shoes ; \V. B. Jones, books 
and stationery ; J. H. Harris & Co., and 1''. P. Raid & Co., wholesale grocers : William Chr'stie, 
l)aker ; R. V. Kinnear, painter and art decorator. Among the leading barristers, are: R. A. 
Horden, (handler it Robinson, Clrant & Sweeney, R. A. Hewson, C. A. A' S. W. Palmer. 

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BIRD'S EYE VIEW NEWCASTLE. N. B. 



R. R. CALL, 

IMVOliTEli AXn DICALKll LX ALL h'lXDS OF 

Steam, House S Blacksmith's C^ {\€i 1 



U. S. Consular Agent, and AgeMit for th(! Unitf^l StaU^s CIkhiuc Bank Co. 

Cable Aodkkss: 'CALL," MIIIAMICIII. Usv A. B.C. Code. 



NEWCASTLE, 



- Miramichi, N. B. 

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BIRD'S EYE VIEW NEWCASTLE. N. B. 



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NE'WCASTLE, N. li. 

1(S\ l'"'VV{'ASI"l,lx lliL' capital (tf XDithumbcrlaiul ("oiinly, aiul our of tin- oUk-sl towns on 
I / the North shore, is sitiiatfil on the left hank of tlie far-famed Miraniielii, about a 
mile helow tlie junction of tlu; North-west and South-west hranclies. l'()|)Uiation about 
2,000 Being at the iiead of slii|) navigation, and the site of several steam saw mills, it 
carries on a large tradt: in lumber of all kinds. Its location and excellent railroad and sti-ani 
boat eonunuiiication cons|)ire to make it a commercial centre of great inii)()rlance and an at 
tractive resort of tourists. 'The 1. (". R. trunk line froni Montreal to Halifax |)asses ihiough 
it : the Canada Kastern Railway gives connection with i-Vedericton and all ])()ints west as well 
as with Chatham and i.oggieville some miles down the river. A steam ferryboat plies reg- 
ularly between the town and the thriving village of Nelson, on the opposite side of the Mira 
michi, where also luml)ering is carried on to a large extent. 

The fast and finely eijuipped screw steamers of the Miramichi Steam Navigation Co., 
make daily return trips to all points down the bay as far as I'^scuminac, while one jjlies con- 
stantly i)etween the town and (Chatham, making a round trip e\ery two hours ; hence visitors 
and tourists have excellent opportunities of enjoying a trip any day on the broad deep river, 
dotted all summer with ocean ships and steamers, with yachts and small craft innumerable. 
Navigation opens generally before the first of May. Situated well within the estuary and 
influenee of ihc salt water, the summer at Newcastle is free from the chilly winds met more 

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p 




Wholesale and Retail 



Draper, Silk Mercer, Clothier, 
GENERAL OUTFITTER. 

Direct Importer of 

ForC"' Dry Goods, 

Chatham and Newcastle. 



DRESS GOODS. 

Silks, Velvets, Ribbons, Laces, 
Umbrellas, Muslin, Underwear, Cor 
sets, Kid (iloves, Hosiery, Lace Cur 
tains. Linens, Trimmings, Small-warLS, 
Eti-. 

Opeat Bapsalns In 

CLOTHING AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS. 

Also Special Value in 

Carpets and Household Goods. 



JOHN MORRISSY, 



Z3E-A.LEII IH"- 



Furniture, Organs, Sewing Machines, 



Garriages, W^^il^P^^ fj^i^^^ss, 

And Farm Machinery of all Descriptions. 



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Clothier, 
fER. 

ioods, 

[castle. 

MS, LaCL'S, 

rwear, Cor- 
Lace Cur 
iniall-waixs, 

mIshings. 

Id Goods. 

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NEWCASTLE, N. B., SHOWING CONVENT. 



coastwise, as well as from the enervating heat of the interior. l'"ogs and mists are unknown: 
the days are bright and sunny and tlie nights cool and delightful : hence tourists whether in 
(|uesl of health or pleasure, have always enjoyed a sojourn there. 

Its sporting facilities are unsurpassed. The rivers and streams in its inmiediate neigh- 
bourhood afford good angling for trout and salmon the former the far-famed sea trout often 
weighing from 5 to 7 lbs. Caribou, moose and red deer abound, the former and latter in 
large herds on the " barren lands " within a few miles of the town 'I'he lagoons about 
Neguac, 'I'abusintac, 'J'racadie and Hay du \'in, - all easily reached by the regular steamers 
abound in swarms of geese, brant, and ducks, of which incredible numbers are killed every 
season, (lood jjartridge, snipe, and woodcock shooting can be had in the vicinity. 

The country drives are many and enjoyable, including visits to such picturesque places 
as Mill Cove, Wilson's Point, Old I'rench Fort, Heauear's Island, Derby, Indiantown, Red 
Hank and others, all affording imposing views of the majestic river, winding among green hills, 
and fore.sts, away to the sea In the midst of such peaceful grandeur, and beyond the din 
and bustle of busy life, one can fully ajjjjreciate the apt significance of the Indian name 
" .Miramichi," for it surely is a "Happy Retreat." 

The architectural ajjpearance or the town is pleasing, and some of its public edifices 
large and imposing. The Post Office and Custom House, Harkins Academy, Convent, 
Presbyterian, Roman Catholic, ICpisc-opal and JMethodist churches, will com])are favourably wiih 
those of more pretentious towns. The ])eople too are justly proud of their public s(iuare, 
which always presents a very attractive ai)pearance. Comfortable hotel accommodation at 
reasonable rates can be secured at the Waverly, (Commercial anfl IClliott. 

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G. A. LOUNSBURY & CO. 

NE\A/CASTLE. N. B. 



x3ii]yvj-.iiJits I isr •••■•-•-j;.— r 



Ijappiajes, 
Sleijks, 





Ele. 



FARM MACHINERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

PIANOS, OROANS Hiid SICVVINO MACHINES, 



Branches at Moncton, Chatham, Bathurst, Campbellton, 

(KINGSTON, Keivt County.) 



D. & J. RITCHIE & CO. 



Timber and General Merchants, 



MANUFACTURERS AND EXPORTERS OF 



Spruce, Pine 1! 



d other I^umltei I 'roducts. 



lir^poptcps of ^(\\t apd all kipds of p^qjilish apd 

Foreign (floods. 



NEWCASTLE, - Miramichi, N. B 



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'rodticts. 




PLEASANT STREET. NEWCASTLE. N. B. 



;e^'fc'-,i^ 



All agency of llie McnliaiUs' Hank of Halifax, ami anotlier of [hv Bank of Nova Scotia 
air localfd ihcrc. Newcastle lias also lliu best c(|iii|)pcd livery slahle on the North shore. 

American visitors should not fail to await upon Col. R. R. (Jail, A. I). C, high sheriff 
of the (bounty and United States (Jonsul at the Port of Newcastle, who will take a special 
jileasure in looking after their interests. 

'I'he following are the leading business estaltlisliinents to call at: — (leo. Burchill it Sons, saw 
mills, lumber dealers and general merchants. Nelson ; R. R. Call, coal and general agent and U. 
S. consul: |. 1). Creaghan, dry goods, etc.; P. Hennessey, general merchant; W. A. Hickson, 
general merchant and lumber dealer ; C). Lursen, photographer; (1. A. Lounsbury tt Co., carriages 
and agricultural implements ; h'rank Massun, stoves and tinware : N. R. Mackenzie, druggist ; 
John Morrisey, furniture, etc.: D Morrison, general merchant ; Charles Park, general merchant: 
1) it |. Ritchie it Co., saw mills, lumber merchants and general dealers : J. A. Rundall, wholesale 
grocer, etc: 1'", l,ce Street, druggist. 'Tlu; leading barrister is ]•]. P. W'illiston. "The Union 
Advocate," a weekly newspai)er, edited by \V. C. Anslow, has a large circulation. 



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B. 



NEIvSON, N. B. 

©RETTTl.Y situated on the Miramichi River, almost directly opposite Newcastle, and about 

six miles above Chatham, is the village of Nelson. Here are situated the steam saw mills of 

Messrs. .Sargeant Bros., Ceo. Hurchill d-^ Sons, and |. W. Flett, which give employment to a large 

number of men ; Mr. blett also has a box factory, which employes a numljer of men all the year 

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NEWCASTLE, N. B. 



«^. -■■.«' 



P. HENNESSY, 

Leading Grocery and Provision Merchant. wi.»w*nio ..ihi k.i»ii. 

My slock ofCioocls is Large and of tlic Iksl Oiiality, and sold at the very Lowest Market Trices. 
Melow is I'luinierated a few of tlie Leading lines I kee|) in Stock : 

X'TTTX' ^>/^6!VC W ^TT^> Kipnlrd in 111- tlic lU'sl I'limr ill llu- Woilil. 
XXV Xl X&X^OXllS X JI^W UXEf AIsu scveml (if IIU' llcst CiiiiiKliMii Iliiiiiils of Mium'. 

Kolletl Oat Moal. Corn Meal, Buann. Vot Barley, Molas8t;M, CodfiHli, 

Pork, Beef, l\iint Oil, White licad. 

A^ant rop MCDONALD'S TOBACCOS. 

American Home Light Oil, Tea in Chests and Half Chests, Windsor Dairy and Liverpool Salt 
Hay, Oats and Feed, and many other articles too numerous to mention. 

IP. H[E:]srisrEss"^2^- 

GEO. BURCHILL I SONS. 

Lumber and General Merchants, 



MANUFACTURERS AND EXPORTERS OF 



Spruce and Pine Lumber, 



NELSON, 



MiRAMICHI, N. B. 



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NEWCASTLE, - - Miramk in, N. B. 

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runnel. Tlu' luiiil)f'r mainifacturi'd .it tlicsf mills is loaded into ocoan ^oiiig sailing vessels and 
st(\Tmcis at till' wharves in connection with the mills. 

The steamers of the Miramichi Steam Navigation ('ompany run to Ni'lson, thus making con- 
nection with New( astle, ( 'hatham, and intermediate points four times a day in the summer season. 

The Canada I'.aslern Railway ruii-^ through the village, as well as tlu' Chatham Branch train, 
thus making connections at Chatham Junction with all passenger trains on the Intercolonial 
Railway. 

Nelson boasts of one of the finest churelies in the county, l)uilt a few years ago, of stone, by 
the Roman Catholi<' congr(;gation, at a lost of about $12,000. 

.About two miles altovc Nelson the South West liranch of the Miramichi River is spanned by 
two line bridges, one being the 1. ( ' R l)ri(lge. built of stone and iron, and the other a |)as^engor 
l)iidge, a fme structure, built of wood ; while directly opposite the village is that lovely sui 
spot and favorite |)icnic ground of the .Miramichi, Meaubear's Island. 



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Dealer in RANGES, STOVES and FURNACES. 

Tinware of all Descriptions Made to Order or Kept in Stock. 

('(inliacts taken f(.r Kooliiiji in IKON', 'I'lN, MICA and li;i,'l'. 



CASTLE STREET. 



NEWCASTLE, N. B. 



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Drv Good«, Cloth ini^, 

BOOTS AND SHOES, GENTS' FURNISHINGS, 

Furniture and House Furuishiiigs » si.e«'^^^^^^ 

AT LOWEST FACTORY PRICES. 



Store and Warerooms : fronting tlie Public Square, 

NEW^CASTLE, N, B. 

W. A. HICKSON, 



Manufacturer of 



Spruce and Pine Lumber, 

Lari^e ?'x[)()rt.s to luiropcan Markt-l.s ; also Laths, .Shinj^k's, (K:c., 

to y\mcrican Markets. 
Hiisincss I'leiiiiscs a(lniiral)ly situated with Durp Walti Wliarvc adjoininp; I. ('. Railway Wharf. 



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O, LARSEN, 

A full stock of I'OWN and COl/NTRY \'i(;vvs always 
(»n hand, or made to Order at the Shortest Notice. 






Views of \\\Vi Fiinioiis Miraniichi River. 



I'iilniiiiiKf Siilirili-tl I'roiii Toiirlsl^ 
aiMl Tfiivrlh-rs. 



JAMES A. RUNDLE, 



-TS^S DEALER IN 



FLOUR, MEAL, PROVISIONS, 



PUBLIC WHARF, 



Newcastle, Miramichi, N. B. 



Chemist and Druggist, 

Pure Drugs ami C'lieniicals, Toilet Articles, Perhiniery, Triises, Belts, 
Bandages, Etc. Garden and Flower Heeds. 

I'"\cry < 'iiic iuid Allcnl icm ni\cii In the l)is|icii>iiii; of I'liv siciaiis" I'lVHi'iipl ions and Kiunily l'oui|H'.s. 



NEWCASTLE, N. B. 



N. B. 



Toiirtsls 




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FISHERMAN'S EXPRESS. 

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CHAS. P. PARK, 

General Merchant, 



IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 



Dry Goods, Grrocei'ies, 
BOOTS AND SHOES, HARDWMI, PAINTS AND OILS 

JMusical Instruments and fancy Goods 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 



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BASIN POOL. 



SACKVILLE STOVE FOUNDRY. 



Tlic Liii'j,a'.st anil IJcsl Kijiiipiicil Slovc MiimifiuturiiiL; 
Kstaldisliiiii'iil in the Slaritinic I'riiviinTs. 

i,i:.(»i\(.i MPKi'i.ii/riKs 

finely finished STOVES AND RANGES 

HOT AIK FURNACES iiiitl STOVKS 

iif all kiiiils In yiciil varlclv. 

CHARLES FAWCETT, Prop- SACKVILLE, N. B. 

#^ Send fop CataloKue. 




W. t. HIV^I\C.Y, DEALER IN 



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EARTHENWARE, HARDWARE. 

PAINTS. OILS. GLASS, 

ETC.. ETC.. 

SPECIALTIES. 



Staple and Fancf/ Dry Goods, 
Gents Furnishhujs^ Groceries^ 



FISHING TACKLE ALWAYS 
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SACKVILLE, N. li. 



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^ACKN'II,],]': is locatiMl al tln' head of the I'.ay of lumdy, at tlie junction of tin- Inliicolonial 
and also of liic N. I>. and 1'. Iv 1. Railway running to ('apt; Tormentinr, tin- slioitt'st 
^'*^ (Tossinjj; to I*. I'). Island, and where mails cross in winter hy icf boat service. Wlien tliis 
route is inipioved l»y team service, summer and winter, Sackville will he at tlie trans])ortation 
<(iitre, as siie is now at the ideographical centre, of tlu' Maritime Provinces The 'I'antramar 
River aflords a good harbor, which is hut fifte(.-n miles from the joggins Coal Mines, so that in 
point of cheap fuel as well as transportation advantages, Sackville is well siluatt-d for economic 
manufacturing and distrihuting puiposi-s 'The place owes its chief rejjulation to inuiNalled 
grazing and hay land, which the trave-ller hy rail sees tlirough the car window, slrclching seem 
ingly to the very hori/on. These wide ex|)anses, huilt up hy the tides of the Ray of I'lmdy, which 
here rise to their maximum height, 50 feet, have inspired the muse of Rolu-rts, the poet <.»f the 
I'antramar: 

"Wind of ilic suinincr iiftcnioon. 

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IJIoMJiiy over tlu' lodfs ami diiwii 

Tlic Itri^'lit strectH of this inhiiitl town, 

'I'lu'st! Imsy crowds, these rockiiifj; l.rees — 

W'liat H(raii,!,'<! note liasft Ihoii cauglit from liirst-'r 

A noli! of waves ami rusliing tiiliiH, 

WIktc past the dykes the red Hooil ylidt's, 
To trim tli(^ shining channels tar 

I'p the ;iri-en [duins of Tantramar. 

Once more I »d' the salt, I stand 
On the long «!,, .ies of Westmorland; 

I wutc'li tlie narrowing Huts, the strip 

Of red clay at the water's lip — '' 

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MOUNT ALLISON LADIES' COLLEGE, 

OWENS MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS AND CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. 




Courses of study arc provided, extending from llic 
primary branches tlirough tlic whole University curriciihmi 
to tlic degree 15. A. The staff consists of seventeen 
'i'cachers in addition to the University Professoriate. 
I'iano, Pipe, Organ, Violin, Vocal Culture, Shorthand. 
Typewriting, IJookkeeping and (Jonimercial courses are all 
taught after the latest and most improved methods. 

'{'he Owens Art Institution which, with its 

niagniricent gallery, is still in charge of Prof. Hammond, 
R. C. A., an exhibitor in the Paris Salon, the Royal Aca- 
demy, London, etc. 

Tlie Conservatory of Music employs eight 

instructors, all of whom have received their musical edu 
cation in iuirope. 

I'A'ery care is taken to make the school a refined 
Christian home, where ladylike manners and nobility of 
character shall be cultivated. 



Sackvii.i.k, N. H. 



l'"or Calendar, Address : 



REV. B. C. BOKDEN, D. D. 



MOUNT ALLISON ACADEMY 



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Commercial Colleoe^ 



SACKVILLE, N B. 



No Institution of Learning in tlie Country has had a more sui-cessful history and none is 
more worthy of patronage in the future Many of the mo.-l jjrominent men now in |)rofessi()nal, 
connnercial and political life in ('anada, and in other lands, had their training at Mount Allison 
Academy. The arrangements for the future are such as will guarantee a continuation and I'xteii 
sion of the efficiency of the institution. A thorough English and Commkkciai, education is 
imparli'd, and students are pre|)ared for ('oi.i.kck Matuicula rioM and for Civii, Skkvk k ixami- 
nations. Instruction can be obtained in Shorthand and 'l'yi)ewriling, also in Music, both X'ocal 
anil Instrumental. If desirable students can take, in addition to their work in tlu' Academy, one 
or more classes in the University. 

I'>very care is taken to make the school partake of the nature of a home, wlicre manliness and 
integrity of eliaracter are cultivated. 

K«l>»:%S»:s \KU\ MOItKKATi:. 

For particulars api)ly to, 

JAS. M. I'ATiMER, M. A., Princi|Kil. 

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INTERIOR OF ART MUSEUM. SACKVILLE. N. B. 




MALE ACADEMY. SACKVILLE. N. B. 



SACKVILLE DRUG STORE. 



AMASA l>IXON, Proprietor. 



IHCAI.KIV IN 



Drugs, Gl^ei^icals, Patent M^^li^in^s, 

SFONGKS, BRUSHES, FKKFUMERY, ^^ 



Sl'IK lAI, A I'll- NT ION (1i\I:N 'lO CoMI'OrXCINC l'll\SI(IA\s' Pki:S(UI1'11()NS 
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The Hew Brunswick and Prince Mward Island Railway 

^^I^^^N-^ tiirough the. Parishes of SackviiU;, Wcstniort'lancl and Hotsford, 
\^ in the County of Westmoreland, Province of New Brunswick. 
Connects with the Intercolonial Railway at Sackville and terminates at 
Cape Tormentinc? on th(> .Straits of Northimiberland. 

rh(; distance from Cape Tormentine to the nearest point on Prince 
lulward Island is nine miles. In the winter season the (lovernmenl have 
Ice lioats running between these; two points to carry the mails and passen- 
g(;rs. In summer th(;r(; are good boating ami bathing facilities at Cape Tor- 
mentine. and a large number of ships carrNing deals lo foreign ports are loaded 
at this line harbor. 



R. M. FULTON, 



DEALER IN 



Shelf and Builders' 



^Hardware, 



House Furnishings, Trunks, Valises, Etc. 



nUSIC HALL BLOCK, - SACKVILLE, N. B. 



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MAIN STREET, SACKVILLE. N. B. 



Tlnesi- inarslics were foiinerly fiL'sli water lakes, l)()g ami morasses, growing malted Hoatiiif; 
moss, wild rice, reeds and rushes ; the home of the musk rat and the haunt of the plower and 
wild goose ; hut eanals were excavated, drawing off liic fresh water and giving an avenue for an 
inroad of salt water, by which the fresh water jjlants were killed, and mineral and organic matter 
carried in suspension hy the swift tides, de|)osited in the still water, converting waste lands into a 
territory of unsurpassed fertility. They are the |)ride and boast of the Sackville farmers, and 
with reason, for they have made the place one of the most wealthy and prosperous rural com- 
munities in ("anada. 'The fust attem|)t at marsh reclamation was made as early as 1675 by the 
fust Acadian settlers: this was followed up, three (juarters of a century later, by the noted priest, 
Laloutre, who obtained $10,000 from the French government for the purpose. The remains of 
his dykes can be seen at Jolicure, five miles from Sackville. 

Almost of e(|ual interest is the splendid collet.'tion of schools, under the control of the 
.Methodist Church of Canada, instituted nearly sixty years ago, as the result of the christian 
generosity of the late Hon. ('harles F. .Allison : the original male academy has grown into the 
University of .Mount .Allison (College, possessing, besides the original academy, still in vigorous 
life, a ladies' college, an art school, a conservatory of music, and the college pio])er; each possessing 
its own faculty and establishment The buildings are generous in extent and worthy of the high 
purposes to which they are dedicated. .Some of them, particularly the university residence and 
the art school, are as fme specimens of architecture as can be found in Canada for such objects. 
These schools have an attendance of about 250 students. 'I'heir management is non-sectarian, 

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GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS. SACKVILLE. N. B. 



liberal and piogicssivi', aiming to iiicil, in advamo. llic widniiiig dfiiiands of the ilay, and their 
success |)r()\rs they enjoy to an un(|iialiru'd (le,nree the conlidcnce and rt'gard of the country. 
They occupy an elevated site called Mcnmt Allison, commanding a wide range of coast and river, 
marsh and hill scenery, overlooking many villages and rural homesteads. 

I'ive miles distant, across the 'I'antramar marshes, is seen the old earthworks of l'"ort ("umber 
land the '• lieau-Si'jour" of the I'Vench, an illustration of which is gi\cn crowning an eminence 
at the soiiilurn point of a high, narrow ridge, whicji runs northerly across the Isthmus towards Hay 
X'crte. The I'ort overlooks the head of the Itax. and was well located to command the a|)pr()aches 
lo it. ll occupied a |)c)sition of stiagelic importance in llu' hVcnch and Indian wars It was on 
the higliwa\' between i'ort l\o_\al and (Juebec. li pos-es^cd an (uilpo--t on the (i|)])osile Hay - 
l''oit (ia>pereau\ with which it was connected by a military load, and ihi> was a hall way house" 
bitween die l''rench possessions at 1 .ewisburg and (^>iiel)ec. It counuanded the land communication 
between Xo\a S<(itia and the contintMil. It was a reiide/xdus for Indians, and from its gates 
issued man\' an evpeditior igaiuNl i'Jiglish >etlleiueiii-;, so that it became a threat to the jieaceand 
trani|uility ol i'.nglish (M'cu|)ation, and it was (k'teimined to reduce it. This was aciomplished in 
1755 b\ a \<iliinleer armv of j.ooo men, raised in Ma-'-achusetts, inidei the command of ( 'ol. 
.\loneton. The foil was defendi'd b\' [50 lioops ot maiine, undii' llu' <(immand ol .M. N'irgor, 
and also by about i,joo i'Vench inhabitants. 'I'he fuU was in\e-te(l and bombarded, anil, alti.'r a 
seige of a couple of weeks, surrendered. Sir .Maiki- W.itson, Lord .\la_\or of 1 ,ondon, wlu; was, 



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FORT CUMBERLAND formerly beausejour), NEAR SACKVILLE, N. B. 

in his yoiitn, a sc-ttlci's cli'ik lific, iflalcs the |iaiti(iilais of ihu fxpiilsion of ihc Acadiaiis fniin 
ihis district, conlemiioraiK-oiis with the story of I'lvaiif^cliiic. A (jiiarter of a (viitmy later it was 
itnain invested l)y aiiotlier Massaeliiisetls force, under tlic cuniinand of Col. I'-ddy, whosi' mission 
was to reduce Nova Scotia and lead it into the revolted colonics, to heconie tin- State of Aiadia. 
He failed, and, with his men, sought the security of the forest, from which he fuially reached 
Mathias in an exhausted condition. IJelow the bastions of the fort is Isle l,a N'alliere, where the 
Seigneur of Chignecto, two iiundri'd yi-ars ago, ruled Acadia as its royal governor. This locality 
was twice visited and ravaged hy the celchratcd Cniitain Chnrch wilii his fleet of wliale lioats 

i'riest and painted savage, soldii'r ami tDiirrii-r tlit /'nis, the i)oou) of artilk'ry and the colors of 
war vessels have long since |)assed away still, a tliousantl memories and traditions linger about 
these spots and add a charm to scenery that is one of the most ^!)lendidly diversified of any in 
Acadia. The fort had originall\' live bastions. h;ill in earthwork and naif in palisades, with bat 
racks, stori' houses and powder maga/ine. It mounted eight IX poundt'is and 32 small cannon. 
.\fterwards curtains oi" earthwork and a nio.it look the placi' of tlu' palisa<les, and e\lensi\c 
covered ways were built, a part of which, together with the earthworks, are still in e.xistenci' and 
visited by the curious. 

lieyond I'ort ( 'umberlind, I wo miles distant, are the ruins of the rival i'.nglish establishmeiil, 
I'ort Lawrence, and bevond that the ( 'hignecto Ship Railway, designed to carrv ships of 1,000 
tons, by rail from bay to bay, and partially completed. i'wo miles further to the eastward is the 
Town of Amherst. 



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BRIDGE STREKT, SACKVILLE, N. B. 



S.'K kvilk' |Kissi,'sis a promising siiinimT resort at ("ape Tornicntiiit', wlirrc rxcilKiit ht-arlics 
c\ist, good fishing and sporting farililios, and a piiri' and vigorous alniosplnrr. 

Hay W-rtf is a prosperous village on the N. I!, and V. V.. I. Railway, eighteen miles from 
Saekvillc, and two miles further is the Town of I'<jrt lOlgin, whieh is a growing place, possessing 
some manufacturing establishments. 

In the manufacturing line Saekvillc owns two stove founderies, the |)rin(ipal one being thai 
of Charles f'aweett : two harness factories, two tanneries, two shoe factories, a machine shop, 
house builders' factories, anil a number of carriage factories. 

It possesses two excellent hotels, both fitted up with modern improvements, and where tourisi> 
will receive every attention, especially at The "Intercolonial," conveniently situated near the railway 
station. It also possesses a music hall with stage machinery and scenery ; skating and cmling 
rinks, etc. 

The educational facilities offered by Sackville, its refined and intellectual society, its healthful 
and invigorating climate, and its |)leasant rural scenery, have rendered it a favorite residential 
resort, and, conse(|uently, few country towns in Canada have been making more sti'ady and solid 
progress. 

"The Post" newspapjr, editeil by A. H. McCready, has a large circulation issued Tuesdays 
and l''rida)s. The following are the leading barristers and attorneys: Powell, Bennett A' Maris 
son, I!. Ii. Teed and A. li. Co|)p. Sackville has two banks, Ijranches of Merchants' Hank of 
Halifax and Halifax I'.anking ("o. The following business establishments are among the principal 
ones: .\masa Dixon, druggist; R. M. Fulton, hardware: j. E. Hickey, general dealer; J. H. 
Horijler, merchant tailor. 

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BIRD'S EYE VIEW ST. ANDREWS, N. B. 

ST. ANDREWS, N. B. 

r. AN I )I\!'1\\'S, tlu' sliirclown of Clunlotlr Coimty, with a population somewhat under two 



n^y thousand, i-; situated at the soutlu'in extremity ol a narrow ])eninsula, projecting tar into 
the Passaniaijuoddy May. 'Ihv town is laid out in rectangular Idocks, having six streets 
running parallel with the water front, one mile in lengtii, traversed at regular and even distances 
liy thirteen cross streets. 

St. .Andrews was settled in the latter |)art of the tigiiteenth century hy the United I'jn|)irc 
Loyalists, and there are houses still stantling in the town wiiose franu's w; re brought from Castiiie 
hy their loyalist owners. 

I'^arly in the present century the town had advanceil to a positiun of consideial I, im|)ortance 
in shi|)ping and coninierce, and had devejdped a large foreign liadc, chielly with the United 

Moil Orders Jiir J'rinting pruniplly atlcmltd III hy 'J lie Sim J'nittiih^ Co/up, my, SI. Joli/i, N. />'. 

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WREN'S DRUG STORE, 




IS THE LEADING STORE OF 
. ITS KIND IN . 

ST. ANDREWS, N. B. 



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EVERY REQUISITE OF A FIRST 
CLASS PHARMACY. 



A LARUE VARIETY OF SOUVENIRS 
OF ST, ANDREWS and VICINITY. 



Kingdom and the West Indies, but later, with the exhaustion of Uuuber in the region of whicli St. 
Andrews was the natural outlet, the port lo;t uuich of its former commercial prestige. 

As a port and harbor St. Andrews is characterized by natural advantages, unsurpassed on the 
.\tlantic coast. It is in many respects the most suitable of all the Maritime Province ports fu' 
Canada's winter trade. It is the nearest New Brunswick port to Montreal, having direct rail 
communication with that city and Western ( "anada. Its harbor is oi)en and absolutely free from 
ice the year round ; is commodious, safe, and has excellent anchorage, and is easy of access at all 
times of tide to sailing vessels or teamers of any draught. There arc two main chaimels con- 
necting the inner Ray of Passamaqunddy with the outer Hay of Kundy. 

St. Andrews is one of the Atlantic termini of the Canadian Pacific Railway, and enjoys a 
first class daily train and mail service throughout the year. During the sunmier season trains 
make close connections at Mc.Adam junction and Vanceboro with all the cast and west bound 
expresses of the C. P R. and the Maine Central systems. 

Numerous passenger and freight steamers throughout the year |)ly daily between St. .\ndrews 
and St. Stephen, N. Ix, Calais and l',asl|)orl, Maine, and intervening points. At Eastport comiec 
lion is made with th ■ steamers of tlie Internalional Line between Hoslon, Portland and St. John, 
and with the ferries and steamers plying lietween l.ubec, Cam[)obello, West Isles and (Irand 
Manan. 

As a field for the investment of ca|)ital in manufacturing enterprises St. Andrews ])rcsents 
many advantages. Its trac.sportation facilities both by rail and water arc excellent, taxation is 
low, labor, land and fuel, both wood anil coal, are cheap, the climate is dry and extremely healthy, 
and water power abounds in the immediate vicinity. 

St. .\ndrews has come into jjrominence of late years as a popular summer resort and watering 
place It is yearly drawing an increasing number of tourists and visitors from the States and 
Canada. It has hotel accommodation e(|ual in jioint of elegance and comfort to that of any of 
the ICastern Coast resorts ; and scattered here and there on the outskirts of the town, at points 
commanding views of the bay and surrounding hil's, are many private summer cottages and homes, 

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anum- wh..s,'.M.n|)ants may Ik- f.Hiiul many familiis ..C wcallli and prominenre from the large 
AnKii.an ami Canadian cities. ^ir William C \anll..ine, pivsidcnt of the Canadian I'acific 
Railway Company, lias piinhascd an extensive estate on Ministers Island, about two miles from 
the town, and there the worthy knight and his family spend the summer months at their handsome 

residence, "Coven Hoven."' 

•|'he special features of summer life at St. Andrews of particular interest to the tourist and 
pleasure seeker, are its dry and uniform climate, never hot, freedom from fogs, varied sea and 
lands<ape scenery, sea bathing, yachting and fishing both deei) sea, lake and stream trout and 
salmon fishing : excellent streets and .country roads for riding, driving, and bicycling, and a golf 
course, second to none in Canada. It is also exempt from hay fever. 

At Wren's drug store, the leading one of the pla.-i', tourists will fmd a variety of "souvenirs" 
to take away with them. The lea.ling hotel is llu: "Hay \iew,' Charles iiorsncll, proprietor. 

The publishers arc indebted to the genial barrister, I'. II. C.rimmer, for this 'write up." 

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MAGAGUADAVIC FALLS. ST. GEORGE, N. B. 



ST. GEORGE, N. B. 



eEAVINd the far famed and |)i(tuics(iuc l*assamai|ii()(ldy IJay, a sail of three miles up the 
beautiful winding Magaguadavic River, after many interru|)ti<)Ms, and nuieh amusemeni, 
bv the wonderful echo of Seelye's ("ove, the tourist arrivi's at St. (leorge, the head of tide 
water and navigation, and just below n mighty cataraet, who-^e rumbling noise roseiubles distant 
thunder, any conception of the grandness of this waterfall (an only be had uy personal observation. 
St. ( leorge, one of the most prosjjerous towns in the Province, at one time was a great 
lumbering centre, and twenty-five years ago there were a do/en saw mills in the immediate vicinity 
of the place. Very little lumber is now manufactured in comparison, and the granite business has 
taken the place of the lumbering industry. It is doubtful if the people of New Brunswick have 
anything like an adecjuate idea of the proportions which this business has assuned. When it 
came into i)rominence the lumber industry was on the downfall. The granite ship|)ed from St. 
(leorge last year brought more money than the lumber did in any season in its jjalmiest days. 
There is a great field for building works, which is boimd to make St. (leorge a great manufacturing 
centre. 'I'lie deposits of granite in the vicinity are practically inexhaustible ; granite mountains 
extend on both sides of the river, and can be traced for a distance of twelve miles. There are at 



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present five firms in the business. \'ery little attention is given to other business, outside of gen- 
eral trading, in that respect the wants of the peojjle are well catered to. Some of the stores in 
St. (leorge would do credit to a much larger town. Tiiat the spiritual wants of the town are well 
looked after, there is no doubt, as we have four churches standing as monuments to the christian 
zeal of its citizens, viz.: Presbyterian, Baptist, Episcopal and Roman Catholic, all of which have 
organizations in connection for the good of the young. The clergy of St. (leorge, at the present 
lime are very efficient, and are all indefatigable workers. There is a lodge of ¥. and A. M. of 
long standing and is in a flourishing condition to-day, as is Court "Mistletoe," I. O. F., organized 
a few years ago. The Sons of Temperance are well established, and, witli the strict enforcement 
of the "Scott Act,'' makes St. (leorge an ideal temperance town. 

'I'hc education of the young is well provided for. .\ new school building was erected a few 
years ago, at a cost of $7,000, and is conducted by an efficient principal and three assistants. While 
St. (leorge, with its inexhaustible supply of granite, its lumber, fertile soil, and never failing water 
power, offers every inducement to the capalist, nature has even done more for the tourist. Here, 
almost on the sen, shore, with railway communication to the very borders ((juite a contrast to the 
tiresome journeys to the inland lakes of Maine), is to be found a chain of lakes, witli river and 
mountain scenery, such as cannot be surpassed and rarely eijualled, abounding in game and 
furnishing the finest trout fishing on the continent. The trip by water up the Magaguadavic and 
tlirough the natural canal under towering granite mountains to Lake Utopia, the largest of the chain, 
is unrivalled for grandness and picturescjue beauty in any country. There are three cottages on 
the shore of this lake, one of which is owned by a wealthy New York gentleman, who, with his 
family, spend five months there every season. I'Jirectly opi)osite, on the western shore, about two 
and a half miles distant, but hidden from view by a luxuriant growth of |)ine, birch, maple and beech, 
is " Ut()|)ia (!oltage,"' owned by some St. John gentlemen, and occujjied during the sunnner months; 
the third is on Duck Island and is owned by local parties. Lake Utopia is connected by a large 
navigable stream with I'rout Lake (a paradise for the fly fisherman), which is fed by the celebrated 
Mineral Springs, wiiere so many invalids and sufferers have come to be cured. The springs cover 
al>oiit an i-ighth of an acre, and the cures that have been made by the use of the waters are 
miraculous Utopia is also connected by stream with Mill, Red Rock, Sparks, Autonia, Oliver, 
Ncwlons, ("ragy, Dam and Long Lakes, all of which are alivi- with brook trout, ranging from half 
a pound to fom- and a half pounds Land locked .salmon can also l)c taken. It is of very recent 
date that salmon were jjlaced in these waters, but tliere is every indication of their becoming very 
MumiTous. The Dominion Cioverinnenl placed a fish way through the falls, and every means are 
iieiiig laki-n to protect them. The shooting is excellent : moose, deer and bear are \ery |)lentiful 
se\eral dear having been siiot last season witliin one-and a half miles of the town. Partridge 
and duck can be had any day in large (|uantities. 

I'ive miles to the soutli of St. (leorge is the celebrated Harbor of Le 'i'ang, and, as you 
approach it by road, you can see what reniains of the original town of St. (leorge. It may not be 
generally known, but, long before the Loyalists landed in St. John, N. H , a settlement was made 
at Le iang, a fort erected, houses built, streets laid out, and all the steps taken by those early 
pioneers to foimd a city at that famous harbor, as it was inlendeil to make it a naval station, anil 
the admiralty have still reserves for military purposes in advantageous |)ositions. .\fter loosing a 
warship on, at that time, an unknown ledge outside tiie harbor, the Imperial (lovernment became 
prejudiced and removed the troops to Halifax, making a naval station of that port The iiarbor 
becoming desi-rted, the little settlement broke up and dei)arte(l, leaving only a few marks of their 
work in the original town of St (leorge 

The leading hotel ii> the LSrunswick House, James Kilman, proprietor. 

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ST. STEPHEN, N. B. 

.T, 

^^11 1". |)aiisli of Si. Slcplu'ii, fsttMidiiij^ about fifteen miles along the left l)ank of the St. Croix, 
^y lotitains the ineoiporated towns of Si. Stephen and Milltown, (population ahout ,?,ooo 
■*■ eaeii,) and the village of L'piter .Mills. It is reached and partly traversed by three railway 
lines, the Canadian i'acifie, the Short' I.int' and the St. Croix i^r Penobscot; and contains 
within its boundaries the St. Stephen iV .Milltown Railway, two miles in length, joining the other 
railways and thus connecting Calais, iMe., (iS,ooo), with the railway system of the continent. 

( 'alais, St. Stephen and Milltown are also connected by a street railway, which has a continu- 
ous length of six miles in the streets of the three towns. 

A steel bridge of light and graceful form, resting on three granite piers, croses the St. (>oi.\ 
at the head of the tide water, connecting St. Stei)hen and Calais, either end of which is guarded 
by the custom otticers of both nations who, there is no doubt kee|) their eyes well open for 
would-be smugglers. I'arther up the river there are three railway bridges and four highway bridges 
spanning the stream which forms the international boundary line. 

'I'he three towns are virtually one in business and social life, and their wants are supplied by 
one gas plant, one electric light system, and one system of water supply. Except on holidays, 

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A. I. TEED, Pres.-Mgr 



A. I. TEED COMPANY. 




W. F. TODD, Secretary. 



(UIMIXBD.) 




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SAINT STEPHEN, N. B. 



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THE SAINT STEPHEN'S BANK. 

INCOkl'ORA THI) 1836. 

CAPITAL, $200,00<>.(>0. 

KESERVE, $45,00(M)0. 

President, ^ --.-.. . FRANK TODD. 
Vice-Prep. ;u]>i Maiia.u-iiiK Direi- tor, - - JOHN D GHIPM A ;!. 
Cashier. -_---... JOTiN P. (^IR ANT. 

LONDON,~GIyn, Mills, Currle & Co., 

NEW YORK,— Bank of New York, N. B. A. 

BOSTON,~Globe National Bank. 

CANADA,— Bank of Montreal and all its Branches. 

I)K.\l-rS ISSIKI) ON ANY IIK.XNCII ol' Till'; li.VNK ol' Mt IN'IK Iv.A I,. 

WATER STREET, ST. STEPHEN, N. B. 

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when one sidi- Hies llie stars and stripes and the other the flag of Canada, there is nothing to tell 
lh(! casual visitor that the stream which winds between is the boundary of two great nations 

The Hank of St. Stephen, on Main or Water Street is (piite an imposing building, and is a 
ifreat credit to the town, as also are the many imposing and up to-date business establishments 
wliich line either side of the streets. 

'i'he princi|)al industry of St. Stephen heretofore has been lumbering, and there is still a con 
siderable ([uantily of lumber cut, though most of it is shipped from (Calais, 'i'he Si. Croix (!otton 
Mill, in Miiltown, now operated by the Canadian (^olored Cotton Mills Co., employes about Soo 
jiersons. One of the largest manufacturing establishments in the town of St. Stejjhen is the St. 
("roix Soa|) .Manufacturing (]o., there are other and important manufacturing concerns. 

Si. Stephen is justly proud of its public schools, and its school buildings are among the best 
ill the province. The parish of St. Stephen contains three Anglican churches, four Methodist^ 
two Roman Catholii:, two I'resbyterian, one Congregationalist and one Baptist. 

Although these border towns, as yet, can boast of no public park, the St Stephen Rural 
( emetery, which is jjark like in its arrangement and natural features, is of more than local fame 
for its beauty, its white pines being particularly fme. 'I'he collection of trees within its limits em- 
braces nearly all that are found in New Hrunswick, and their growth is natural and unrestrained. 
'I'he tourist who has an hour to span' will find it well worthy of a visit 

There are many pretty drives in the vicinity of the towns ; and a trip down the river by boat 
is a pleasure not to be lorgotten. There are three river steamboats «:onnecting St. Stephen with 
other parts of the lounly -the Arbutus, calling at St. Andrews, where is situated the well known 

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JOHN B. ROBINSON, 



-I3E-A.LB3II IIT- 



ProVisioi)s, Groceries, ^nts and G^P^^ 

BOOTS AND SHOES, COUNTRY PRODUCE. 

Plows, F»lo>?v and Mower Repeiirss. 

F. E. ROSE, 

Kaniily Groceries, 



CHOICE 



Especially TEA and COFFEE, 

AlvSO: 

S^oWsl^oes ar(d Mc>ccasii7s, 



KING STREET, ] 
Cor Prince William, j 



ST. STEPHEN, N. B. 



F. M. MURCHIF 



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IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 



Flour, rieal. Pork, General Groceries, 

Hoots, Shoes, Liiue, Hair, Plaster, Hay, Grain and Feed, 
Carriages and Harness of all Kinds. 

Agricultural Implements and Machinery, Field and Garden Seeds. Buyer and Shipper of Railway Tioi and Farm Produce. 

SAINT STEPHEN, N. B. 

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KIMG STREiT. ST. STEPHEN. N. B. 



.\l^ )ii [iiiii n )li^t, ai ('ini;)ohjll(), where there are two other large suiTiiiier hoti'ls, at Indian Island 
and at D-t Island; ill • l"'liishin.^, calling at St. Andrews, Campohello and Clrand Manan ; and 
iIk; \'ikin^, callinj^ at the islands and at several jioints on the mainland. The boats of the l-'ronticr 
SitaniUut ( "onii))!!)-, witliin easy reach of St. Stephen by street cars, run from (.'alais to East- 
|) trt, wli-ri' they cDiinect with the International S. S. Co. line, and touch at the Devil's Head, 
wli're th;'rc is a sum n r hotel, at Robbinston, a favourite summer resort, and at St. Andrews. 
Hold headlands, rorky idands deep bays and distant hills; wooded stretches, cultivated fields and 
pntty sea side cottage-; ; busy wharves and shi|)|)ing and the boats and tents of pleasure seekers, 
coinbint; to make the sail attractive. Kalf way between St. Stephen and St. Andrews lies .St. Croix 
Island, worth seeing for its historical associations ; as it was the site of the fust I'Vench settlement 
in North .America, where the founders of Acadia spent the winter of 1604-5. 

St Stepiien has two good hotels, the Windsor and the (^ueen, a(;commotlating about fifty 
guests, and it would w.!ll repay the tourist to enjoy their up to-date comforts and also to take in the 
b autiHil scenery and mignificent sporting localities in and about St. Stephen. The summer 
temperature never exceeds 95 in the shade, and seldom reaches 90, and the nights are always cool. 
The best time for a pleasure trip to this place is in June or July, when private grounds are looking 
their best ; or in Septt;mber or the early days of October, when the gorgeous coloring of the 
autumn foliage is seen in a beauty known nowhere else except in the woods of Northern .Maine 
and New lirimswick. 

The jjrincipal manufacturers, merchants and business peo|)le are: The St. (!roix Soap 
Manufacturing Co., nunufacturers of the celebrated "Surprise" Soap; \'room tJros., furniture 

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8. McGONKEY, merchant Tli, 

GARMENTS CUT IN LONDON STYLE 
... IF SO JJESIRED. . . . 



Waddell Block, 
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Water StroM, 
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Furniture, 
Carpets, 
Window Shades. 



S|)i'cial AlU'iilion (liven to 
I'lmiisliing Hotels and Smunicr 
Cottagfs. 

W'v. arc also A;,'eiitH for' Sfvcriil 
Kirsl-(!liiss 

CANADIAN AND AMERICAN 

PIANOS. 



Wator Stret'st, 
ST. STEPHEN, N. K. 



W. H. EDWARDS, 




WATER STREET, ST. STEPHEN, N B, 



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Sr, CROIX RIVER. 

(leak-rs and manuractiiiors ; C. N. S'rooin, biatLS, etc.; 1''. If. 'I'yrull, St. ("loix FAcclsior liottling 
l'',stahlisl)iiicnt, .Xuiatcd Waters : V. M. Muicliie, John B. Robinscjii and V. K. Rose, j^eneral 
dealers. H. I, Hani and S McC'onkey, tailors ; .Mitchell k Ross, crockeryware, glass, etc.; A. I. 
'IVed Co., wholesale ^ro( ers : W. H. honovaii, |ihinil)er, etc.; \V. H. luiwards, [)hotographer : 
W. H. Whitlock, livery stables. The "Saint Croix Courier" has a very large eireiilation, and is an 
excellent advertising medium. 



lOB PRINTING 



OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, 

From NEW TYPE of LATEST DESIGNS' 



Do You Advertise in the Courier ? 

M mil, villi iirc not AdvertisiiiR in the most wiilfly 
Circiiliitid Wn'kly Nc\vsi>iii)fi- piililishc-d in thf 
M.iritiine I'rnviiu'es. 

Do You Subscribe for the Courier? " ""'■ '• '^ ''""■' >"" '•'''• '"r. tiif suiisciiption inice is only ji..).. 

;i year in .Advance. 

Pplces fop Quality of Wopk and Mateplal as Low as the Lowest. 



Do You Read the Courier? 

71 111)1. yiin lire not reiidiiifi the BriHl'lP'-'. Hfit/iisl, 
.'init Newiest local Newspaiicr iiiiMtslied in the 
Maitinie I'lovinces. 



THE COURIER, 



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SIGN OF THE GOLDEN FAUCET. 
WATER STREET, 8T. STEPHEN, N. B. himI (JALA IS, MAINE. 

WILLIAM H. DONOVAN, 

Practical Plumber and Gas- Fitter 

HOT •W-A-TBin HUlA-TllsrO. 

Iiniiorirr iiiitl IIPNlt-r In l.<'n<l I'Iim-, HhrrI l.riHl. Ilriri Wnr*. 4'o|>|M'r BmIIik <'«|>|M-r Kotlfrx, 
4>ii« l''l\tiir<'i), Iron riitr, Hnllt'r Hlnko. I'orrr iiiial l.iri rnmp*, Holl i*l|H'K, klli-licn nlnkit, 4;iiltnn- 

i/.r4i Iron HoiierN. Water liowi-lw or nil hlndi. 

Public and Private Bulldlnffa Fitted Up with the Latest Sanitary Improve- 
ments. Only First Clasb Work Done. Prloes Low. 



St. Croix Excelsior Bottling Establishment. 



W. J. COMMINS, Manager. 



F. H. TYRRELL, Propriotop. 




Bottlers ol 
Carlionated Beverages. 

Sarsaparilla, 
Ginger Ale, 

Lemon Soda, 
Cream Soda, 
Birch, etc. 

HOP BEER 

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SODA 
FOUNTAINS 

Water Street, 
ST. STF-'^EN, 1. B. 



C. N. VROOM, 

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Braces, S^1'>I>^'ik1^i*^»G1<>^^^5^» Kte. 



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KING STREET, ST. STEPHEN, N. B. 



Firet-class Turnouts, double 
and single, furnished at short- 
est notice. 

Extras Supplied Promptly. 




Coaches in Attendance at 
Trains and Steamboats. 

A Careful Hostler always 
on hand. 



W=J ^ Charges Moderate- 



STABI.K ItUN IN CONNECTION WITH WINI>80K HOTEL. 






ox4iDB3ii a:s2.A.itcs s-K- :^^]Xia]FI3:o:^^B3. 



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F. L. HAM, -^Merchant Tailor. 



TWO KINDS OF 

(^IrOTHKS: 

the satisfactory and 

the unsatisfactory 

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Vorstels. 



Fit and Workman- 
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For a S(|uarc Deal. 



ST. STEPHEN, N. B 




IMPOIiriCHH O/' . . 



Kroekepji, Ckina and Glassware 

WEIXiWOOl), ROYAL WORCESTER, p A VTr* V ^ H I ISJ A 

RUDALSTADT, and other r'/\l>wl Wllli^rV 

Bokers Fine Pocket Cutlery, &c. 



(.OODS THK BKHT niid I'RICKS IMCill'I 



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SHKDIAC, N, B. 

■3:-:a:;3 'iV 'iV 'iv i^-^.'k: 

^* 1 1 I'll )I AC, a town with a |M)|)iilatiiiii (if alxnit 1,500, is iicaiilifully sitiiati'd on thi- Bay of 
\mj tlic sanii.' name opening out inio \\\v NoillHiinl)filanil Straits, which sc'|)aiatrs the main 
W land I'rom I'limr I'.dwaid Island Tliis town, whi<h :-- (Hir of llu' ohk'st si'ttlrmonts of 

Kaslern New lininswii k, lias a itopulaticii iiaith' I'.n^lish and paidy .\( adian, and the l-'rcnrh 
lan^iiai;c is heard in its streets as rrei|uently as tiie I'ji^lish. 

It is liu' ecnlri' of a thiekly settli'd eounliy, and a lar^^e amoiiiii ol imsiness is done. It has 
seveial factories, the |)iinci|>al of which is that ol tin. Shediac Moot and Shoe Co., that emjiloys 
upwards of one hundred hands. 

The advaniai;es of .Slu'diai- as a summer resort for 'i'ourists are unrivalled in the Maritime 
Provinces. It is surroundi-d hy a heautihil country possissin^ mannilieeiU drives in every direc 
tion, and to the ile< iples of I'^aac Walton the lunui'rous tmul stream-^ in its vicinity offer |)owerfiil 
attractions, whilf to the sportsman tlu' ll<)ck> of wild fowl of eveiy description in .Spring and I'all 
yield exccllml spoil, and no h Iter |)arlridge L;round than the woods within a radius of twelve 
miles hoin Shediac lan he found in Niw Ihuiiswii k 

Its chief cilihrity lies, howiser, in its unsiii passed hathinj; and hoatinj; ca|)aliilities, and hun 
ihcds of visitors spenil the suimuer months on its shores, atlraetetl hy the safety and excillenee of 

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MANUFACTURERS OF 

LUMBERMEN'S AND FISHERMEN'S BOOTS, 

LADIES' FINE GOODS A SPECIALTY. 

We make the Haiulsomcst I arljoc' ^HOP^ *'" ^'^^ Mark(;i. 

. . ALL GOODS STAMPED. . . 



SHEDIAC, - - - New Brunswick. 




MAIN STREET. SHEDIAC. N. B. 



ANORR S. I'OIRIKK. 



D()SITHI-:K J. IXUKON 



SIMON A. I'lHKIKK. 



POIRIER, DOIRON &, CO., 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

Dry Goods, (xPoceries, ^oots amd S^oes, 

FURNITURE, HARDWARE, GLASSWARE. COUNTRY PRODUCE, &G. 

stationery. K.eGLcly-Ld£icle Olotliing. 

Main Street, SHEDIAC, N. B. 

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Boating at Point du Chene, N. B. 

its Imihinn facilities. TIr- };ciitly slu|)iiig sandy shores on Siudiac Bay, without any holes or 
i|iiirk sands, render the l)athing al)solutely safe, while the finest of surf bathing ran he had at 
almost any time outsi<le of the harlior, along the liea( h extending to I'oint Brule, where a number 
of summer eotlages have been erected for the aeeommodation of summer visitors. 

I'oinl (In Chene, two miles to the east of Shediae, at the entrance of Shediac Bay, is its deep 
water hnrbor, where large sea going vessels discharge and load their cargoes. From thirty to forty 
s(|uare rigyed vessels annually sail from Point du ("hcne laden princi|)ally with lumber. 

The I ( '. Railway comiccts it with all points West, while it is connected by a daily steamer 
with Summerside, I' K. Island. 

Shediac and I'oint du Chene arc well supplied with hotels, private boarding houses and sum 
iiier nsoits, which, during the season from June to October, are often crowded, but nevertheless 
offer |)leasanl homes to summer visitants at this favorite sea-side resort, and now the annual influx 
surpasses that of any |)lace in the Lower Provinces. 

'Ilu- Seaside Hotel (Mrs. James M<-I)onald) at I'oint du Chene, is admirably situated for 
I'ourists Ihe leading barristers are W. A. Russell and E. R. McDonald. I'oirier, Doiron it Co. 
do an eMensive busine;s at Shediac, covering almost every line. The " Moniteur .\radien," a 
IK wsy paper with a large circulation, is issued bi-weekly by K. J. Robidoux. 



UM IMtlllTiMll il'OTMlFI 



Semi Weekly I'rench Newspaper, published at Shediac, N. B., on 
'I'uesdays and I'ridays of each week. 

Subscription $1.50 per Year; in Clubs $1.00. 

It i:i till' o'dest i'rench .\cailian Newspaper in the .Maritime I'rovim es, has a large circulation and 
is one of the most desirable advertising mediums Terms Modirale. 



FKKI>. .1. KOBIDOUX, 



Editor Hiul Proprietur. 



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SUSSEX FOUNDRY. 

Stoves, 

PIOBJlliS, 

Grave Lot 



Railiojis, 

HOT A IK 

FURNACES, 

Etc., Etc. 







Hailinfis for Cemrtrtf Lots a SiH'Viulty, 





THE 

LATEST 

DESIGNS 

OF 

GRAVE 

RAILS. 



will II sinMiiU' 
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Kiv iil-iili till ,1^ 

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WM. HOWES, Prop. - = SUSSEX, N. 14. 



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O'USSl'.X, tlu' largest town in Kini^s roniity, is siliialcd on tlic Inti-icoloiiial Railway, hflwi-en 
'\^ St. John and Monclon. Thf I'lisl families wiic luyaii4s. 'I'lity calk'il llic place Pleasant 
\allry, l)nl for a <vntiiry it lias lictn known as Siissi\ \ ale. Tlu- Kuniu'l>fcasis River is 
In If formed l>y the junction of three streams, or, rather. 1>\ the contliieiici' of Trout ( 'reek and 
Smitiis ('ri'ck witli the main stream, which, altove this point, is known as Salmon River. This 
was the iiead of navigation when the fust settlers <-ame and went l>y the old "Durham boats," 
hut modirn craft can now seldom ascend the river ahovi; liamplon, twenty miles helow, so much 
has the Mow of water (k-creased in conse(|uen( c of cK-aring the land. 

Along these streams lie till' hist fanning lands in Kings (nunty, and the pfojile of Sussex 
have always lieeii among the most |)rogressive agriculturists of the piovince Some of the earliest 
|m)vincial exhibitions were luld here. Tlu' late Hugli MiMonagle made Sussex \'aL- famous 
tiuDughout eastern Canada by his extensive stock of coach and racing horses. In iSy 5 |. .Mien 

Estimates givnn on all kinds of rrintin^. The Sun Printing Company, Ltd, St, John, N. B. 

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Dr. JASPER J. DALEY 






GOLD FILLINGS 

CROWN'i'Hi BRIDGE 
WORK 



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TELEPHONK NO. 15. 

Sussex, - New Brunswick. 



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The Queen Top Draft Stove, 
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Prirr ik'J >>.v Mall. |mi«I |tnl<l. 



SUSSEX, N. B. 



Q. «. FAIRWKATHKR, 

Importer and Dealer in I>liUGS, MEDICINES, PATENT MI':i>I(nNi']S, 

PERFUMERY, Etc.. Etc. 

Pull stock always on hand of CHOICE HAVANA CIOARS. 



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MAIN STREET. FROM STATION. SUSSEX, N. B. 



Ilalli'U LStal)lislic(l a milk trade willi St. Jolin, which lias increased until it now annual)' furnishes 
that city with 250,000 gallons of milk, and disburses $40,000 per year among the farmers of the 
iicighhorhood. I'ive years ago the C'lOvernment Dairy School was established here for all three 
Maritime Provinces, and private cheese factories in Sussex and vicinity yearly turn out 200 tons of 
cheese, consuming over ten tons of milk per day, for which the farmers receive $4o,(h)() \)er annum. 
This is in addition to at least 500 tons of hutler made every year. The soil anil climate have 
l)rove»l wonderfully well adapted to the ( ullivation of strawberries, and it is not uncommon for 
100,000 (juarts i)er season to be shipped, part westward to St. John and Boston, and part eastward 
to Halifax, and northwaril to .Montreal and intermediate towns. This is also one of the chief 
s(»urces from which St. John draws its sup|)lies of beef and other agricultural produce. 

Sussex is the distributing centre for a wide area of country, and a large general business, both 
wholesale and retail, is carried on here. In former years its merchants were largely mterested in 
lumbering, but that industry has now considerably declined, though five million s(iuare feet yet pass 
through the place each year. Heavy operations are still conducted, however, along the Bay of 
I'undy, where there are large tracts of well wooded land. .V big trade in aerated waters is also 
done in connection with the Sussex Mineral Springs. Fifteen different and most delicious bever 
ages have been put upon the market, in adilition to the plain carbonated water, which has the very 
highest recomiuendation of the Dominion Ciovernment analyst as a dietetic table water. 

The celebrated Manganese .Mines of Markhamville, which have been worked with great 
success, only twelve miles away ; and several other leads at Jordan, not eight miles in another 

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hJKlCK BUOCK, 



Main Street, SUSSEX, N. B. 



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(lirc'(:tioii, an- said to yii-ld cvuii rirlur on' The l»ist sail in llu- province is pKuliiccd at die 
Hondrick's Springs, a distance of four miles on liii- road to I'lnoliMjiiis. In tin- Io^mi arc a 
floiirislnng furniture factory and an iron foundry (Win. Howe's), and llie erection of a <aiuiing 
factory is contemplated. 

A new brick husines.s hlock, :;oo feet in length, has leccnlly l)een erecte<l l)y (ieorge II 
White, who lias done more than any otlu'r for tiie mati'rial advanciiiienl of Sussex lic-.ides two 
large stores for wholesale and retail trade, one of which, by far the largest estahlishnunt in I he 
place, is occupied by .Messrs. Huestis A' .Mills, this block contains numerous suialler shops and 
offices, a spacious and well furnished lodgi' room, occn|)ied by the ( )(ldfi'llows, ()r;nigemi n, Koynl 
Arcanum, Sons of remi)erance and Home ("ircle, and also a banking oftici aiul a ding stmr, 
occu|)ied by ('. II. I'airweather, which are said to be the most rlcgaiitl) appciiiiii d of tlnii si/, hi 
the Province. The jiublic buildings include a h'ree .Mason's Hail, a laige I'lililn Mall and a fine 
brick Dominion lluilding, containing the post office and custom house. 

Contiguous to the town are the .Military (Irounds, originally jiart of the estate of the lion. 
(Icorge Ixionard, and more recently known as the Keltie Kami, a most popular resort for excur- 
sionists The martial spirit has always been strong in the children of the Loyalists, and nowhere 
in New Mrunswick has greater interest been taki;n in military matters than in Kings ('(.iiiilv. 
Repeated tests of other localities has fully demonstrated that none could compare with "(".imp 
Sussex " for ease of access, jiurity and abundance of water, coolness of shadi' ami general adapt- 
ation to military evolutions, and in i8().j the whole farm ol .joo acres was purchised b\ the 
Dominion (lovernment fiir a Provincial ("amp. .\ commodious nsidence for a caretaker has lately 
been built, and armories and cavalry sheds are soon to be erected. This sjiot was the leiide/voiis 
of the New Mrunswick Battalion when oidered to the Northwest at the tinu- of the Kiil Rebellion. 

Close by t'uire are no fewer then three excellent riiU' rangi'S, where, for thirty years, ha\c been 
held the annual matches of the Provincial Ritle .Assoi'iation, as well .as all meetings of the King's 
(bounty Rifle .\ssociation : and many a marksman has made high scores at Wimbledon and Ihsley 
whose skill had been aci[Uired soli'ly on the Stockton, lieer, and I'airweather laiiges at Sussex. 
A flourishing local rifle club is maintained, which gained high jilace in tlu' league matches of last 
year. 

Over out' hundred years ago an Indian academy was founded here by I'',nglish iihilanthiopists 
for the evangelization of the aborigines, and thousands of pounds sterling were ex|K'nded in an 
abortive attempt to reclaim them from their savage stati-. .\lthough every vestige of the buildings 
has long since disajjpeared, the Indians still know the place as /.' Cn/Axc. 

I'he sci-nery of Sussex is of the very finest ; much of t is strongly suggestive of the l''.nglish 
type of landscape. 'I'he most beautiful and romantic drives abound in every direction, and many, 

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MAIN STREET, FROM CROSSING. SUSSEX. N. B. 



,ihci i;:i/iii;^ ii]i(m ilii' iii'isi ci'lclnatril viows of tin- old world, liavc chtrrrully admitted llicy had 

III hild iKiihini', m m |iiisili'ly l(»\tly lliaii Sussex \'alc. I'licn* is seldom, if ever, any foj^, and 

li.nvevei waim ill' Miimnei day ma\ prove, it is suri' to he followed hy a cool and i (freshing niu;ht. 

Ill shoit. Susses has lui e(iiial in the Lower Provinces as an inland summer resort : and many 
wlinsr husiiio- |iic\(nl^ iheni from indnlf^in^ in rural repose, except uj)oii the Sahhalh, can fiiul 
III! more iistfiil ami ijuiit niamur of spending that day than hy leaving the city on the "Sussex 
li.iiii of a S.iliinLiN exrning. reliiinini; hy it to their coimting houses on Monda\ morning. 

The town contaiii- I'.pixopal. iSaptist, ]•'.(". Uajilist, I'reshyterian and Methodist cliiirches. 
Ill aditioii to ihe Salsation Army harracks. all within a few minutes walk of the hotels : hesides 
whic h, al hilt a shoit di i\i- along the most heaut if ill avenues, one ma)' woi-iiipal the L'pper ( 'onu-r, 
with the Reloinied i'.pi-ropali;ins, or at Ward's ('reek with the komaii ( 'atholics. In ail those 
1 liiin lies '.tiangers may lie certain of a hearty welcome and a good sermon, and. in most, of excel 
lent music 

The lev( 1 strei Is, ke|)t ill excellent rejjair by being freiiuenlly lurnpiked from the inexhaustible 
L^ravel beds of Trout ("reik, afford ime(|iialled facilities for travelling by buggy or bicycle. 'I'Ik' 
distance hom St John, only 45 miles, is a favorite spin from that city, and a large and eiitliusiastic 
liical bic)<le club stands evi-r ready to entertain the knights of the whei-l. Ample accommodation 
lor a large number of ti.nellers is provided for by two extensive and well ap|)ointed hoti-ls, whose 
proprii'tors lavish all possible attention u|)()n their guests. 

As may be inferird from the naiucb of its streams tht; country aruund was, in the old days, 

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PLEASANT CR CONNER'S LAKE. MEAR SUSSEX. N- B. 

a I )i,'ilV(t paradise for sporlsiuon. Within 15 miK-s are a dozen lakes ot jioocUy si/.e, whrrc tviii 
yrl un<- may rapture in lialf a day 10 do/en trout or more, averaj^in^; half a pound in wiij;lil In 
other lakes nearlty, the fish, tliou^h not so numerous, are of large si/c, trout of three and lour 
pounds luing (juile e«)mmon. wiiile some have been killed actually \seij;hing 7 '.. lbs each. Sonu' 
of these lakes are now the property of elubs, which have erected tasteful lodges and cabins for the 
delectation of thtMr members and guests ; at the remainder the fishing is 'till free to the public. 

Sportsmen will also find partridge jjlentiful within 10 miles in almost evi-ry direction. Itku k 
duck are obtained ill good numbers on the Smith's Creek and at many of the aiiovi' mentioned 
lakes, i-'airly good woodcock covers lie within five miles on the road to ApolKii|ui. Thosf de 
sirous of large game will find no more advantageous |)oint than this from which to rea< h the 
Canaan barrens, only 35 miles distant, which are the lu-st ground for Moose in soulhem New 
I'irunswick. (Caribou are not now abundant, but red deer are (|uite numerous at Springfield and 
seem to be extending through Studholm and Havelock. (lood teams, with expericMK cd guides to 
all these i)oints, can always be had on short notice and at reasonable rales. 
The |)ublishers are indebted to L. Allison, Ks(|., for this "write up." 

The Mank of Nova Scotia has a branch here. The principal hotels where tourists and travel 
lers will find every comfort and accommodation are: The (Jueen Hotel, P. Doherty. proprietor) 
anil the Depot Ilcnise, A B. I'ugsley, projjrietor. I'he following busiiu-s people an- doing first 
class trade : their places of business are a credit to Sussex : William Howes, of the Sussex l-'oun 
dry: Iliiestiss A' Mills, general dealers and agents: Dr. |. J. Daly, dentist; S. II. Langstiath, 
dentist; C H. Kairweather, druggist, etc ; John 'I'hompson, taiK)r ; C. I". Ciivan, i)hotographei. 

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71T()( )l >S ]'()( K, til." sliirctown of ("ailrlon ( "oimly, mid tin- cliicr conimftiial I'ciilrf on llic 
\J^ river ahosf I'lcdtTicton is a town of some .j.ooo inlialdtants, luMntiliilly situated on the 

St Joliii Kiver, (to miles alt(»e I'lederii ton. The Mechixnakeag, a trilmtary of tlie 
St. |<ihn, divides llie town into two jjarts, and in llie valley formed l»y it the greater part of the 
liiisiness is done, though, as the town grows, Imsincss places are i)eing luiilt on the higher ground. 
Woodstock has a very ri<h farming country hehind it, sometimes called the garden of New Uniiis 
wick, (and, really, the magniliceiU landscapes, fine farms, and highly cultivated fields well deserves 
the name), which su|)i>liesa very large local trade. 

The growth of the town is steady and more rapid than most New Uriinswick towns. 'Iliere are 
a numlier of factories, among them heing a woollen mill, which does a large business : a ladies- 
wrapper factory, which turns out goods, sold all over the Dominion, and employing from 50 to 75 
hands Within the past few we..ks a (banning and Pork Packing l-'actory has been established, 
which promises to become a very important iiulustry. There are two large foundries and mami 
facluries of farming implements, Small A I'isher Co. doing a very large business : two woodwork- 



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MAIN STREET AND SQUARE. WOODSTOCK, N. B. 



SMALL & FISHER CO., L*td. 



MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN 



Rotary Mills, Shingle Machines, Mowing Machines, 

Sawiiip: Macliiiies, Tlii'<>sliiiii>: Mii<rliiiu>H, F<mmI MHIh, 
Root l*iil|M^i*s, l*lo\vs. Harrows, <'iiltiv:i1<»i*H, (Miiiriis, Hot Air FiiriiacivH, 
Stovt^H, lloi'NO llof'tH, (!ai'i'iii^4's aiul (jciicral iMai'liino Work. 

A.l.h, s,, 5MALL & nSHI-R CO.. Woodstock. N. K. 



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THE DESPATCH, 




Woodstock's 

Lively 

Paper. 



liul(|Mii(!(nl in I'oliiics. A I'Carlcss ("rilic. 

I*ric(^ .*$! a V<'ar in Advance. 
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE. 



I'ublislicd l.y APPLEBY & KETCH LM. 

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inj; l.ii tniii-^ : tliii r \v.iL:;4im .mil ( ,111 i,i:v I'' '"Ml ■ Willi Ini-^iiic •-< plnit-. tin tnuii i. \mII >u\>- 
|illc(l, ,111(1 SI ,111 rlv ;i stoic III ,iii\ lin|ii'l 1,1111 r ill, it li.i . mil ,1 |)l,llr ^l.lss iVdlll. 

\\ i>im|s|(ii k i> llir irlillf n| ,1 s|i'(liillii ,1^1 li I ill III .ll i i illlll V, n jll.ll il 1;,^ III IliailV |is|ii(|s ||ir 
W I sti 111 < )iit;itiii (lisii ill , I I if raiiiiiis li,i\r liin hmisis a ml diit liiiililiii^s, ;inil r,iisi- ^nnd i iii|is. 
Iiiili;iii (Oil) is l;iii\\ii iim-t sui rrssriillv in |i.iils ul llir idiiiiu 'ilir ( '. I'. U. is tin- miK' iinr ol 
railway now passing Wooilsiork. \\ lim tiir livii i, liiuli tlir sti.iiiiri .MmiiIii ii plvs liitwrrM tlii.s 
town and I'M ilciii ion, aii<l .1 liiir nl i.iiluay In iwi 1 11 Woodsloi k and ( 'ciUiiAillc, a li\ily \illa;;t', 
•oiiif lw(M)ly mills disianl, is in rum si ol' roiistim lion This lailway will pKiliaiily < oiiik < I willi 
till' I'lannoi and .Xioosiook s\siiin 

\\ oodstork is alioiit ci^lit niilr> luiin ijn- Aiiii 1 ir,iii limdi 1, and soiiir Iwi Ki- niiirs Iroiii 
Iliitilton, \lc., llir |irinri|i,il town in Aioosiook ( o jlic diivis in tlir \irinil\ ol diis town an 
mu.Mnialli-d 'i'lu- lioii I arroiiinioiLitioii isisicjlint ; its |)iin(i|)al hold lnin^ llif ( 'ailislc. Tlicir 
ail- also oilier ^ood liotcis, sinli .is tin- j-.si li.mm-, rlr. 'llir I'l (i|iits l!ank ol I lalilax lias a 
brancli Iumc. Woodsloi k is alioiit lluic hums iidr li\ Haiti iVom (irand lalls. 'riiu roads in 
llu' siirroiindiiiji comiliy ati' cmi llnitly adopti d lui liii yi Hiil; ; that iKlwctii W Oodsioi k and 
I'ledcrictoii lifin^ p irliciilarly i;ood 



W'oodstofk has ihrci' papers issued 
'Carlcton Sentiiiell." 



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West Indian ^ 
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FOR ADVERTISING RATES AND PRICE OF BOOK, address 



McALPlNC PUBLl^HINCI CO., 



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QUEEN SQUARE AND GARDENS, CHARLOTTETOWN, P, E. I. 

IM^INCK KDWANI) ISI.ANI). 

AS A siMMi.k Ki.sokr, ii> Ai!\ AN r \(.i;s lOR sr\iMi:k roiKisrs. a wriva- 

SKI/ICII (H IIS lOK.MI.K lllSlOkN AND A sr.MMAK\ <>!■ I'l ,A( IIS ( )N 
lis i:.\l' ANSI;, IKo.M WIIKII IIOJIDAN' Si.l KJ.KSCAN ( IIOOSl', 

AN AiMhiNc i'i.A( i; DiKiNc riih; sr.\;Mi:k siiason. 
.\i;i;(.\\ i;i I, (n: •■(.hkkn ok iki. w w k. ■ 

" < iinir.tt ions |i.i>.s ,i^ lli<\ lim- piinMil, 
\ t|i>ii|i cil sli^i>|ii\(.s iimxiDg uidl Ihr Miltl. 
'riliiiis;ii|i|s 1)1 limes liiiM I lie iilil tiiji' I'tilJ Icijil." 

'III'. ol<i Indian iiaiiir of " AlK-^wtit, ' and its -iii^^cslivc nicaiiinj;. is iim^l apiiropiiatc tn the 
iillic Island of I'rirK c I'.dward, sitiiaicd, as il is, in the south oasicin |tail of llic (I'llf of 
St Lawrcii'-f, and l\inn dir'ctiy iindci tin- iiitliii'ini' of the MiNii an (iiilf Stream. In its 
c'iiily days, wluii tlu "red iik'h' wi.ic it^ sole possi'ssois, and <allfd it by tin- iianic llicy lovrd , its 

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PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



f^asl" Dnilv SiTvii't» "i i'Mhh .rnni uiili ri-.iiii- Im- Ititsi'MN Mini I MTKIt SI' \'|'i;s 

Tie Cliarlollfilowii Sieam Saviption Co, 111 

Steamers •• NORI HI rUil-RI.ANI) ' niul •• I'WINCI-SS." 

II . \ \' !■. :!■- llflilW CMIV (ItIV iSlllllllIX^ l\lf|llcl| I ■ I'll nil I'oint llll ChcllO ull Ml liv III 111 IIMIIlll 
J Si.-ImIim ini Summerslile, iiiMin'ciiiiL' ilnMr w iih i;\|.ii-- I'liiiii rm- CharlotU'ii»\\ n. 

I'liiiii Summcrside < mi m i i\iil i>l' iiuii'iiiiiu lialn limii ( liiii'luttriuw n Imi I'lniit ilii ClU'iic, inn 
iii'i'i iiii: tliri'i (\iilii|ii> I I'lilii I'lir Si . .Iiiliii. 

< 'iiiiiMTt jiiti til MniH'iiiii \\ ii li IImIIwiiv for ( iiii.'iil.'i. iiinl iii Si. .Injiii wiili >ir.'iiiii i -- nT I ntii n.il Inii.-il 
i.liM' (uv lii)>iiiii Mini liMJIwiiv- I'oi' I nihil StMii's mill CmiimiIm. 

'riini ri'iiMi Charlottctown ii> I'.oston m /Montreal i'- uiii\ lm liiiiii- niiiniin': rin^iuM <ii M <u 
I It 'il lit ( lull lui iihiw II. 'J 7 liiiiir- 

Kriiiii I'ictou < nil an i\ III III iIm\ iimIii I i mii IImIIIii\ Im' ( 'IimiIiiIIcIhw ii. 

I''l'iiiii Chai'lottotown nt i' m. m. I'lr I'lrlmi I'lniiirrlln^ llirii- willi ijin li'iiiM Imi' ||:ilirM\ 

i'lMiiiii iM.ii iiiiiiii III Stellarton ii.^ Inii tikIiiiiimI UmIIuih wiih EflKtcrii NovaScotiu iiixl CapcBiotoii 

'I'iliii' ( 'liMl'Inlli'liiw il In S\ ilii('\ . II liiiiii'N 

( 'iiiiiii'i'i inn at lliilirMX Willi (mmmiIm Vlliiiilii' iiinl I'liiiil l.iiii' ~iiMiiii-r~ 'JlMlilMV ' iiinl i'IimIIi' I'oi 
llu-'iili. 

'riii'iMii.'li i'li'kri^ III III' liail al (iiaii'l Tniiik. I'aiunliMii I'Mi'ilir. liiiii ri>li>itial iiml I' I-. 1. KiiilvMiv 
Sialiiiii~. Mini nil I In- ( '<iiii|iiiii\ '^ Siriiiinr- ami all iniiini I liii: llnr~ 



( 'H AKI 111 II MIU N, r. I., i. 



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ical name, ^ivi'ii aftiTwards l)y the I'Vriicli, was Isic St. ji'an, as it was discoviri'd liy Scl)astian 
Caliiil on till- twi'iily foiirlli day of j urn-, i-Hjy, tlu' anniviTsary of tlif dcatli of St. John the Uaiitist. 
AltiTwanU, in i 7<J9, whiii the I Hike of Kent was conmiandinj^ the iJiitish forces at Halifax, N. S., 
ihr Island was given its i)rest;nt name in his iioi-.or, tlierehy formii.!^ a lasting memorial of that 
liiriod. I'rom the extremity of I'.ast I'oint to (that die.iil of :)11 marin'rs' the huge wedge of sand- 
^l(Mle known as North ("ape, flu' Island measures one hutuired and fifty miles in length, its width 
\aiving from four to thirty miles. 

On approat hing it, a stranger is fonihly stru< k with the realization of how extremely appropri- 
ate is the common designation, "The (i;\rdrn ol die (iiilf," for it looks oiii' immense garden, with 
its velvet turf, it^ lii\uriant many shaded trees, immense fields of grain ami wheat, aid its beaches 
and cliffs of red sand, adding a strong touch of color iiio-,i acceptaltlc. 

'I'he climate is I'xtremely healthful, fogs lieing very rare, while extremes of temjieratiirc are 
almost unknown. I hiring the summer si'ason, lie the heat what it may, the sea hree/.e that comes, 
111 all its I;rdminess, redoii'iU of the sail air, and perfumed on its way with the scent of the ferns 
and (lowers it touched in |)assing, is always most acceptable, anil reminds one very forcibly of the 
lin ives of the south 

h'or invalids and <(>nvalescents the restorativi' jiroperties of the Island air are imdoubted, they 
.ire but rarelv rivalli'd on the whole of the eastern continent, and arc never in any way cm died. 
I'lrhajis a ft w words ol the early histoiv of tlu' Island I'rovim e -uaN prove iiUensting reading to 
lliiise who hitherto have paid but little attention to .lugiit but tlie fact that such a jilace existed ; 
but who may resolve tii.it in the nc.ir future thrv will see tor themselves wiiat the Islanil is liki-. 

I'or a King time in the possession of tin Indi.iiis a mbe known a•^ tin \Iir Mai --, a branch 
of the .\lgoni|uins, it was lor many \eais inb.ibiieil solely by llieiii, but was seltU'd by the I'retich 
early in the eighteenth century. Those i .irh settlers had no easy labors in c leaving the densely 

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BRUCE STEWART & CO., 
Engineers I Machinists, 

steam Navigation Co.'s Wharf, - CHARLOTTE TOWN, P. E. ISLAND. 

tL ^/T^i|^3fe\ 5!y!!?!y!J!!!i^^ Machinerv 




lU'iiig i(|iii|i|K'(l with modirii tools, and I'liiployiiij; iicin 
Itut Ihstcla^^ woikiiu'i), and iisinj; tlii' Ik'sI materials pn 
('iiial)li', we i;iiarantLv first class work at liu' lowest |iosmIiI 
cost to our (iistonuTs. 

REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



MERCHANTS RANK " f^'-'"'^'' Edward Islaml. 

GREAT (;E0U«E STREET, CIIARLOTTETOWN. 

niwKcrous: 

BEN.IAMIN ilEAinZ. Pm.sidi n i . 
L. L. BEEK\ Vi> l.-Pl^l siDi.NT. W. A. WEEKS. 

D. KAHUUll ARSON. FRED I^E'IERS. 

.1. M. !w\VlS(JN. Casiiii i:. 

Agencies at Souris. .i.VMKS.l. iii cilKS, A-rm. 

" Mantague Bridge, i ii. M.iji \ii.. \u.ni. 

Soltcltops— DAVIES & HASZARD, Chiiplottetown. 



PORKIC.N A<;KN'I'S: 
LONDON, Til K CI TV ItANK; BOSTON, 'I'lir. IHisToN NATIONAL HANK; MOMRI-AL, SI 
JOHN and HALIFAX, I'lIK HANK oi' MuNIlM AL. 

CoUuctionH madu in all parts uf thu Island on thu most roasonablu tiirins, and promptly luniUlod toi'. 

THOS. J. DILLON, 

EXPORTER OF 

CHEESE AND BUTTER, 



AND DEALER IN 



DAIRY SUPPLIES. 



Charlotteto^^n. 



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wdddi (1 !(.!( '1^; l<ii, .illii (ililaiiiiiif; ^\,mv v\\<,w^\\ to Imild ili> i liiil>. .iiid (>n< c sl;irtiii^; life in tlif 
iM w ((iimliv. in.ilt( I . went li iidK iiioii^li with llitm Id .i liinc It i' Mi|i|iii>rd (l.at iii:iii\ d Ihnn 
w, re iciiKivcd t'rdiM lluir licnus alter llic fall of 1 ,.(iii^l>iii..;, l-iit lli. n i-' mu< li divci^ity nf (Jpinion 
(111 lliat |i.imt, as. .il'i i tiu- r.ca|ituic ol tin- Citadd l>\ (i.n.ial Wdllc, luit V(i\ 1. w laniiliL'S wvxv 
Idiind 1(1 ii.ivc liicii t.ik( 11 lidiii ilic Isle Si jean. 

Tlic Inst I'lfiu li iiilialiil.inls dl iIk- I-,Imii(I ( ainc lidiii lin i.i-ih , I'irardy ;nid Ndiiiiandv. .md 
Ihcii (i( sdMid.iiils aiv Iddav kiidwii .is " .\( ad.aiis. Ilus -|>iak a luiiiliai kind dt patdis, viiy 

liaid Id iind.i land, and (Hic wliii li Id ipK liciul n. « isMlatrs a knowli ilij. dl lli< n id'dn - \ti\ 

I, w Wduld I lie Id a( (| Iliil tli.v tdiiii a p. . (iliai Icatiii. dl iiit.K ' tc iIk liav.lh i. dc tlu m' 

\.adi.iiis, and in soiii. d llic I'niK h \illa-( ■ Iik- Kii-tic .md lmin>.h, .an I.. Idiiiid .diii, 1. w 
..I ill. old I'lviK h d.Mih , Willi lli( ii ldV( I Id lii.K ( ii-ldiii-^ ■<• plainly iiiaiuCtsl. d, \\\M ill. s still 

hIIkic Id ih. sIk.ii ,kni, ..ip and kd'ln'l d llxn .nr.aturaiid nidllui's days. ..n.l iiuaiial.K. 
.\\\\\v >|(.ikiii,- Id 111. lianu. 1 (11 ulid. \\..lkiii:.; al..iv4 111. load-, i- tluir knittin- in liicii li.iiids, 
,,iid III. . Ill k dl 111 ic . .11. . IdHH ial!i. I a Mill I. il ,». < niiipaililil.lil Id ill. ' . au.l sail. .li. i'dl ill.- 
Mi.ijdiiU .illh. Ill -.p. .1^ laiiiv.^ I 1.11 I' ^•■^^.^^■ ll"\ ai. 11..I a ictK.iil p. d|.l. . lli.y lose Id 

pc.ik ..I Ih.d.iv . dl 111. II l..im«-i -l..i\, .md :. Ill' "1. ^Idii.saiid Icpnds, mhii. <.I tliiiii lipid' 
Willi diad and -■•iic -uprisiiiidM-^ sup, 1 si ii khi . il.iilud witli a \mmhI sou <iI itiiiMiuc, aii<l wlm li 

'ivt Id ill) .(diK . an iii.U :.i I ilial>l< . luiiin. 



J.vs 



peaicp: brOvS. & co, 

Hapdv^are Merchants, 



SHIP CHANDLERS. ETC. 



Uctiloi'S in 



HARD AND SOFT COAL 



Ag^onts tor DOIVIINION COAL COMPANY, Limited. 
BLACK DIAMOND STEAMSHIP CO 



CHARLOTTETOWN 



P E. ISLAND. 



worthis i:iuErg SfaBlEs 



PRINCE STREET, 






CHARLOTTETOWN. P E. I. 



TKIrKPflOXK ('OMiVniXK'ATIOX. 



(il^KAT (;K()I'^(.K STI'^KKT 

Livery and Boarding: Stables, 

First Class 
Double and Single 
TEAMS. 

Cavelul Drivers and Charefes 
Reasonable 



This Stable is Nearest tu 
City Square. 

Tiliiphomi Communlc.ttKin. 

^ J. K. Stanley, 




J. D. LAPTHORN & CO., 

Ctiarlottetown Soap IWorks. 

M.iii>ir.icluiurs .111(1 Ex|i<iit"rs dI tho Fcill'Wlni'. ; niioiis lir.iiM - oi Soap 

White K*,)!se, !\N)>nl ()cik. Jubilee, Si'ver liar. 

A.JSri3 O'lillCTtH. 

Royal and Diamond POTASH OR LYE. 

.Muiii> 'III li.'iiul. an>l III <<>iii-i .1 M iMiiliii Mil. 

°"'" "'wrvrim ri. STRKI.T. (:i>ni'l(»ttct.m'l), P. K. I. 

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CHARLOTTETOWM, P E. I.. LOOKING EAST FROM POST OFFICE. 

On l.iiiniA Island, and ,ii Roi kv I'niiit, air ^lill lo In- round i\'n\nanls of tin- (nij;inal Irihc of 
Mil macs. Tlicy aif a nio:il jn ( uli.n .nid ^in,:^llla^lv inl>rcsiin,i; inoplr to diosc wlio io\r lo ^.ludy 
iIk' rliaiailirislics of dilffirnt |iro|)l(s Tlu'V arc iclii cnt i-i s|U't(h, Iml win ii an\ onr surcicds 
'11 in^a};ii)g lluir alii nlion -.iilticicniK lo indii< tlii ni lo icll stories of tinii am isioi-, tin- anioiml 
"I i.-.il I.K !s cjii ited (lold widi a ^li^iillv iu-.ilaUnn s|)ci'<li, .nid in iHtUy, lirokrn laiglish) and 
nniit;'Hil Willi lom.imc cnoii^li to mI .i no\(li-.t on llu- i|iii \i\r, \v i amply nward ifforls wiiii h 
li,i\c \ii\ ofiii) lo III' m.idf lo iiidiirc .HI Inch, Ml lo talk lo ih, "whiu man,' lor whom he 
diMsniii inicilain an\ ;4ic.it ic_;.Hd I he. li,i\i \t,c\\ .i powiilul |)(ii|ilc old iimr waiiior> in 
In I. lull .1 \i'i\ .m,i!l tiaii I III he fomnl m ilu' iiir^cnl d.i\ Mii m.i< of ihc m.iilial lrail-> wliii h 
di-iinmii>hc d llnii tonlallui •. : lIu \ m < nt lo In ronti ill lo li\i- on tin- _i;lor\ whi( h lluir am cslois 
h.ivi won lor tin ni, and in tli.it i oiUinlnu'iil i \iNl only, for it < m hardly In <,illid liviiii;, and the 
i.iM' i^ f.l^l iKiiij^ oul. Ilu \ li\.' |iniic i|i,dl\ in r.im|)>, mo<l(in im|ioi\rmrnl-> loiichin^ even thrir 
)«■( iili.n slyji- of ,iliidinL; plai c, loi ilu Inn h liii> of ilu |sl,iiul l>: in.; i.ipidl\ ii--iil up, liin h li.irk is 
no longer as.iilaMr ,is ,i i i\rrin^ for lluii > .imp-, .md mod(.-rn l.n p.ipn lorin-< a siili-iiluh', nuikiiii; a 
kind ol compiomisf Iniwrii; tlu old d.i\s, wlun ihc proplr iIu'iiimKi ■, wnr all powiilnl, .md tin- 
pit sent d.iys wiun llu'\ arc , ill h'li fori;oUi n. Itm in sulmiiiliiiL; lo ilu- iiu\ii.ihlc in acicpiing 
niodiiii coNriin^' lor tlu-ir lioim->, is ihoiil ,ill ihcv will do, lo- thry su mi tlu- L^ioimd in front ol 
ihcir ( .imps, weaving tlu ir baskets, luakini; riistu si al-, .md i h.iilin^ in lluir soft, pii iiliar l,m^u,ij;i', 
iltiil) olilivioiis of tlu- i;a/i' of sir.in^iis, and pcrfirtly luippv midi i the hlur r.mopy of hciwii, 
III tlu- midsi of tlu tiic- ,nid (lowers iliey i l.um .is tlu-ii- l'\ n.nht .nul with.iii ^oimd of the 
iiiiisieal "swidi ' ol ilu- waters of ihe sea, l,ii hmn whu h .in Indi.in s c ,niip is r.iielv pilehed. 

When the Island w.is fiisl lu Id m posses-^uiii l»y the lai^'i h eiown, il w.is ciii up in loi-, each 
loi heing Miimlieied a- il was taken up hence the reason why, in siudying the m'o^r.ipliy ol tlu Islaiul 
pioviiu V, the lots run in a most i' lalii cuiirse, and <lo not follow each ulher. I'hosi; early .settlers 



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NEWSPAPER. ^ 2 Cents. 

35 Cts. 



Op One Month for 
But,^ 



Tlio !VIo riling 

(jliardiiill lonl.iii)^ tlw latent liiial \\r\\\ lia^ 
hcsl (Ifsitatcht-., ;,nil i-^ slii( tly up 
1(1 (late in f\i TV jiaitii iilar. 

Regular Subscription m Year, $4.00. 

Three MoDtbs $1.00. 



$1.00 
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Als<»TIIK WEKKIiY 
GUARDIAN, 

•^■■^^"~" 7^ rvr n 
Till-: SEMI-VVKKKLY, 
(iUAKDIAN 

AdveptlalnK Rates on Applloatlon. 
special Attention^ ^|()l) ['>IM I^I IM4. 

AddpesB : 

The Guardian 

Oh.irluttotown, P. E. UL-xnil, (I.in.'ula. 



wnc (»r all iialioiialilics, I'li'iicli, Scoli li, iai^lish and Irish. Sonic pails of llu' Island in iln 
piis; lit da\ rclain the ( lailic lan};iia;;c ill llii' liDint: ( iiclf, and lli.il in marked picfi'ri'nci' In rjij;li<li' 
il tiring no iiiKdinnion tliiiii; to iiKd in tlic idiintry distri( ts old proplr who can do no iii<>ir 
til, 111 wish you "f;ood morning' in the lannuam' ot Her Most I'AcclJciil Majcslv. And tlicic .iir 
I owiandcrs as well, with the iiiluMc iit opposition ol their iiatise land to the "llieland" i lansim n, 
liiit with the strong \ iitiies, ei oiioiii) and thriliiness wliirli has always lieeii the I .owlandiiiaii's iii.ini 
I iiai;n teiislii s. And ol" tlu' Irish lh<' same all comities ol' the " ould sod' have their lepn sciil.i 
ti\es, anil the cliaiin ol the swcel Irish ton|.;ue is not lacking when one wishes to licai laii) tales 
or j;host stories, Iroiii the deseeiidanls of the I'lrsl Irish settlers on the Isle St. jean. 

Willi such a mixluii' ol nationalities, and, coiisi'i|uenlly, of cicids, it is small wonder that llie 
I'.irly history of Prince I'alwaid Island contains accounts of much had leeliiij^ anions; its jieople, as 
well as tile records of much leli^ioiis iroiilile. Hut alter tin- tenant league, and the solviiii-, ol tlu 
school (|ueslioii, the peojik' liecaiiH' more miaiiimous in intent, and lieiit their ener};ies to inteiets 
which weie mutual as well as personal. I'revious to the enterint; ol the province into conredciati<m 
the Island governors came Irom "home,"' as l'',n).'laiid is ramiliarly lalled, and many are the chii' ii.iii 
names ol the piopk- taken from tlu' surnames ol the former governors of the piovim e II is ic 
pealedl) asserted that despite all lli.it later days and imios.ilious ha\edoiie lor I'. I',. I , iIkiI tlie nld 
d.iys of "Home' ^oveinmeiit were ihe "palmy oius; and as far as siiiit adluieiiee to r.ii-li 'i 
I usloius, iiaiiits and social oliseivances are concerned, in a sensi' tlu- assi'ition is true 

I'or tod.iy American customs and manners have so worked their wav into the social circle ami 
into the sjieei h, as well .1- the ^grammatical strucliiie of the l.in^iiage, that we find, on ihe on. 
iiand, 111,111) isideiices of old I'.nnhsh customs and haliils, and, on tin- olliei, the |iii inoiiin . d 
«lemocratic ideas of those horn under the "stars and stripes." Hut the Island is iiiii\eisal!\ lo\.il 
to the tricolor, and lioasts of lur alle^iai\ce to liie old lla^, at the same time apprecialmu 
thoroughly the lieauty of llu' one which repnsenls ilu land of the free, and whic h ( an he s( ( n 
|troiiiiiiently on eiUerini; the harhor eii \()ya,i;e to the capital. And while loyalty is universal, then- 
yet remains in the ( ountry places the old worlil eiisloins and manners, coupled with an came 1, 
genuine, open hearted hospitality, that is a relief to find in these days of rush and liiiiiv. 

The government of the Island in former days, consisted of two houses, the I .ei;isl.iii\c 
.\ssiiiilily, folllU'd of ihirlN lll.iulieis, and the I'ppir Ifollse, of filleell. .\l the pleselU lime il i- 
composed of thirty meiiiliers of the I .legislative ( 'oiincil ; tln' I'remiir is the Hon. I. I'elers, wlm 
has heeii reiiiitly employed as counsel ill the liehiin^ Sea case. The lederal representatives troin 
the Islaiul, comprise livi' niemliers ami four sinaloi .. Thi- Ili.n I, II |ii\i. ,, the picMiM 
.Minister of M,iim<aiid fisheries for lln' l'ro\init', liein;; ilu fu i Mini. in (uiili p. hiIoIki) sm. . 
ihe death ol the Hon. |. < '. I'ope. 

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■f til |jl};li,h. 
(Ill no iimii' 
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IS Id iiitficls 
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\ii->al!\ ln\.il 

a|i|iicrialiiiL: 
I can ill- SI III 
ii\ii>.al, lluir 
li an caini'l, 
nv. 

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QUEEN SQUARE, CHARLOTTETOWN. P. E. I. 



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CH A UUO'I PK'n )W' N. 

"IllK <'\ni\l <"llN 111 1111. I^'IAIMI, lis lilJsINK^s A I n^.M I|IIN>, NN\i II- I'iMKs 

1)1 l\IIKI>l, A> Will \s lis SllllUI'.\N Kl.sdUls loi; |||| ,\({ii\|\|i. 

|i\l mS (i\ SlMMI K I'dUKIsls. 

"TIm- llrlil'i .11 1' ,l\Mkkr, itilil tilt' H iiimIh ,ll'i- aw .llvi', 

.\llil IIn' .1.1 In lli'i'kril Willi till' wlllti' rU|l|>l'<l slluW 

Till' lilliU tliilll lli'ikMII I III II ki V imli' l.tUr, 
\l|il lilrc/.l's lljiiW. 

W llltlW .s .tl'r ill'iiw '\ III .Niailll', 

I, ami >l till' iiiiw mill I lie lnii^' ,i^'<i 

(I Wl'.IIV ' l\ llllk, I'OIIIC Uitll IIIC, 

Will II' liiiT/.j'K lijiiw." — II. A W iMinw iiKl'li. 

^Llll. i'luvini !■ nf riiiKc I'.ilwaid Island is divided into tlircf idimti's Kin^;'s, (^lufcn s and 
jf riimr. ( li.iiloUt'lnwn till' lapital i siinatrd in (.Minns luiiniv and is a town uf ii\ri 
twi'lvr tlioiisaiid inhaliitaiits. It is luiilt dii mir nl ilic must magnifiiont liailinis in tin wmld, at 
till' iirad 111' Hillsliiirou^h l>ay. .ind iiisi at tin |iiimt wIuh' ilir I'iast, West .ind Nuilh iimis nurt, 
and known as tin' lliii'c tidi'.s. ( >n intiniij; tiu' liailmi old I'ort I. a Joii' is iiasscd, a s|»it wliicli 
in anoilicr phuv will rom.- in lot its sluiiv ot imuo llum just " lionorable nuniiiin", as it is one of 



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AULD BROTHERS, 



EXPORTERS OF 



Knij^fs and Produce, 

WHOLESALE GROCERS. 



QraftoA Str^otp 



Ob.arlot.teto'no'ap ]P. S. Zslaxxd. 



FURNITURE 

Wholesale and Retail. 
Largest DenlerH in tlie Province. 

(•Ar.\l,0(.l'K AN1> I'KK IS ON A I'I'I.K A I ION. 

MARK WRIGHT & CO., L'td., 

Gharlottetown, P. E. Island. 



Oii 



ERA HOUSE 



-*'i 



^(;iHii-lottet<)\Vi^ P. K. I. 



One of the Best Houses in the Provinces. 



Seating Capacity 850. 



Address all communications to, 

D. MacLEAN, Cliarlottetowu, 1*. E. I. 

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GRAFTON RTREET, CHARLOTTETOWN, P. E. I. 

ihi- most iiitcnstinj; |)()rtii)i)s of tlu- wliolc Island, hciiij; the |)l;i<c whfif llic I'Vciirh -nldicis nii t'lrsi 
laiulin^, l>tiill tluit fort and pitched tluii canips. 

( IkuIoIIcIiiwii vva^ rornu'ily known as I'ort I .a Joic, or Joy llailtoi, and dali'-> link (o llu- 
year 1700. It is a wt'll laid off liltlf lily, well li};liti'd witli I'lutlririty, and with a sysltni of water 
works second to none in the world. It is most attraili\<' in summer, Imimi any and r\eiy jxiint of 
view, and i^ naluially llie landing; plare (»f first im|i(Mlan( c ('iiarli)tli'liisvn is c.p lu date, posMs>- 
\[\\^ most of llie modern ii\ipro\ement->, e\icpiinn stn-el cars, an eMcptimi that one eni'rm-ti«; 
memlter of liie < ity enniu il, M U. I >()N.\id) NICHOLSON, the r(iiiarr<i maiuifai tuier, has i»een 
working iiard to ovcicome e\<r sinee he has had a \(ii<-e in cixic mattiis, and it is In lie hope<| 
his t'fforls will he ri'warded in tlu' \ery neai liilure. Tiu" streets are wide and paitiriilarly well 
laid out, the principal ones with tlu-ir cool shady trei'S, pn-senting a heaiiliful ap|)earance dnrnij' 
the time that the folia^^i' forms a (imiI, restful sheltir from the ^lare of the summer sun, which t\en 
in " Acatlie " can m.ike its presince uncomforlahly tell at od<l times. .Some uf the dwellinj; housi-s 
an- remarkalily handsome, the greater inimher of them In'ing of wood. I he principal |iulili( 
liuildini^s such as the Mishop's I'alace, the Colonial lluilding, .Masonii- Opera House, et( , are of 
stone, and arc' large, handsomi' and commodious structures. OiU' of tlu prettiest sacred edifices 
in the cilv, is the Kirk, liiiilt I'lUirely of Island stone, and a splendid sample of what can he oh- 
laiiicd from the ipiarries. Not far from it, cosily iiestletl among the iuMiriant foliage of immense 
horse chestnut Iri'es, and with its symbol of faith far aloft, is St. I'iIit's church, Episcopal. An 
achlition to it is in the form of a < ha pi- 1 for week day services, and il has lieeii en-cti'd in mem 
orial of the foimer Priest Incumbent, the late Kev. (1. W . Hodgson, whose memory will long be 
a loving recollection not only to those among whom he labond, but to all those of his native 
jirovince, who, while perhaps differing from him in point of doctrine, valued him at his worth, 
an inestimabli; one. 

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(716)172-4503 




T. A. MacLEAN, 

Successor to McKINNON & MacLEAN. 



HIGH SPEED 
SELF- CONTAINED 
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MCKINNON 

AND 

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CHflRLETTETOWNi 
RE.15LAND 




Founder and 

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iiiiil Steam Heating' 

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Specialties - Dairy Supplies, Creamnry 

Vats, Cheese Pressers, Babcocl^ 

Testers. 

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Ali)li;i l)cl,;ival Crfam Sfi)cnil(ii.s 
>Vc., vVi-. 

MILL SUPPLIES. 



CHARLOTTETOWN, 
P. E. ISLAND. 



The l'"iist Methodist Church on Prince Street is a large brick building, one of the largest con 
grcgations in the city belonging to it. About four blocks above it is the Baptist Church, with an 
ever open welcome for all visitors, irrespective of class, or creed, /.ion ('hurch, another Presby- 
terian church is a very pretty structure, while new St. Pauls l^jiscopal is a gem of modern archi- 
tecture, and generally admired, both externally and internally. The new Roman Catholic cathe- 
dral now under process of construction, is a building which is going to be a great credit to the city, 
and when finished will be one of the finest cathedrals of its size in the Dominion. 

One's first im[)ression of the capital city on coming within sight of it from the hariior, is tiiat 
it is built on a hill, but the impression proves erroneous on landing : for the ground is just rising 
enough to add a touch of pictures(iueness : while no liiils of any account to tire eitiuM- the pedes- 
trian or enthusiastic wheeler are to be found within llie city's limits. The attractions offered to 
iiicyclists by either the capital city itself, or the adjacent country roads, are innumerable, and the 
two cycle clubs, the C. \N'. A. and the C. A. C. ('., extend their hospitalities to all visiting wheel- 
men ; and as the members of both clubs, are one and all, "jolly, good fellows", they very soon 
initiate strangers as to the best wheeling places, as well as the best destination to iiave in view 
when out for a "sjiin". And the ladies in and alunit the city wiio have taken to the "silent steed" 
are numerous : therefore visitors of the gentler sex can rest assured tliat they will make no mistake 
in bringing their wheels with them, as the Island possesses every facility for wheeling, and cheerful 
companionship on bicycling expeditions is never wanting. At the west end of the city, with a 
capital bicycle path and magnificent roadway for pedestrians and carriages, is Victoria Park, a 
natural park interspersed with the most beautiful, shady walks, and enticing resting places that can 
well be imagined. From the outskirts of the i)ark, the full benefit of a delightful sea-bree/c can 



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T 



ind 

inist, 
iker. 

Water 
iatiii"' 

Bs, Creamnry 
Babcocl' 



Wliecl, N:o. 
Sepunitors, 



LIES. 

rowN, 

ND. 

irgest con 
li, with an 
er IVc'sby 
Icrn archi- 
)lic cathc- 
to the city, 

inr, is tiial 
just lisiiin 
lie |K'tU;s 
affeicil to 
.', and the 
ing wlieel- 
very soon 
.e in view 
.■nt steed" 

mistake 

1 clieeifiil 
y, with a 
I I'ark, a 
> tliat can 
reezo can 




HOLLAND COVE, P. E. L 






bo liad, and a magnificont view of the harlmr is obtainable from the fort which is situated on the 
summit of a liill, directly at the entrance to the i)ark from the roadway. The "fort" is practically 
a misnomer ; still it is called such, and contains several weather beaten guns, which as far as de- 
fence is concerned could do but little, but it is to be hoped that the Island will long continue in 
need of no more formidable weapons of public defence, than those which grace (?) the "fort" in 
\'ictoria I'ark Part of the park is laid out in I-awn Tennis grounds, ('rickel and Football spaces, 
the whole forming an attraction which brings many t<t partake in cither amusements provided, or 
simply to enjoy lo the utmost the scene and surroundings. 

C'iiarlottetown has three scpiares, and (^)ueen Scpiare tl»e only one that has had any attempt 
at ornamentation made in its behalf, is a decided addition to the city, besides i)eing very beautiful. 
In its centre stand three jjublie buildings, while the adjacent grounds, laid out in tastefully shajjed 
flowerbeds, are, during the months of June, July and August, a mass of gorgeous, as well as dainty 
blooms, the beauty of which are only rivalled when the deepening Autumn, changes the foliage to 
warm red hues, golden leaves gleaming here and there, as if to suggest that summer is loth to say 
"goodbye". A fountain casts its cool refreshing waters mto the pond below, while all over the 
s(iuare cosy seats are placed : and a band stand in the centre tells of many summer evenings rend- 
ered pleasant by the strains of music su[)plied by either of the city bands. I lundreds and hundreds 
of people, ('harlottetonians and others, enjoy to the utmost the attractions offered them by (Jueen 
Scpnre, more especially on an evening after a long siunmer day, when the music, flowers and shade, 
form a tout ensemble worth partaking in. 

Dundas lisplanade is another very attractive i)art of the city On it are to be found some of 
the handsomest dwelling houses, among them the residence of John lugs, I£s(i., Hon. Daniel Davies, 
the American Consul. Mr, 1). J, Kane, Capt. Tooker, R N., and the City Hospital, under the 

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W. A. WEEKS & CO., 

mrOJiTEIiS WHOLESALE AND llETAIL 

Dry Goods, Furs, Gloves, 

Millinery, Mantles, Silks. 

81 QUEEN STREET, CHAKLOTTETOWN, P. E. I 

The Telephone Company of P. E. Island, Canada. 

Head Office: CHARLOTTETOWN. 

Ceiili'iil Oilice open on Aveuk days from s a. \\\ to 11 p. ni., and to siihscrilxM-s for calls of cnjoricency, 
all night, yimdays from !• to 10 a. m., I.;i() to 2.:)i) i). m., and n to 11 |). m. Country Offices (Hose 
daily at s.3(i p. m. Tolls for "> minutes conversation l)etween stations: — 

Not Exceeding: 5 Miles, 10 Cents. 

5 to 10 Miles, 20 Cents. 
Over 10 Miles, 25 Cents. 

When agents are instructed to send for persons to come to the stations to talk, such message ser- 
vice will be an extua ciiauc.k in all cases. (See pages (!59 to (J70 for List of Stations.) 

drey Nun's charge. With the latter building is: connected a story romantic enough to be remem- 
bered, and one which is invaribly told to visitors by any of the good sisters who show strangers 
over the institution. Farther out is Hrighton Road, tipon which face many fine ])rivate residences, 
Mr. F. Perkins, Mr. W. C Harri :, Mi. C. W. Hyndman, and (^hief Justice Sullivan all residing 
there Immediately opposite the park are the (loverment buildings. Almshouses etc., while in 
close proximity are the militia camping grounds, where the troops camp for about twelve days in 
the early part of July. Representatives of the Island militia were not forgotten in the contingent 
that was sent home for the Queen's Jubilee C'elebration, as Surgeon Major James Warburton ami 
Col. Longwortli accompanied Canada's Premier to ICngland on that occasion. 

And here it is but right to give a few words to the different volunteer corps of the Island. V,o\. 
Moore's name comes first on the list of otifuers, as 1). O C. for the i'rovince, and ('ol. Doherty, 
at the head of the 82110 Battalion, has eight companies under his supervision. 'I'here are five 
companies in the 4th regiment of the (Canadian (larrison Artillery, luider Col. I.ongworth, and 
Major Weeks has under his charge one ("omijany of f'harlottetown engineers, comijosed of one 
hundred and six men. 



IIOTEI, ACrOMMODATlON. 

THE DAVIES, under the proprietorship of Mr. J. J. 1)A\'II'^S, is a first-class hotel in all 
respects, being large, airy, and commodious, lighted with incandescent lights and supplied with 
attentive waiters. Its table is always abundantly supplied with all the delicacies of the season, and 
the comfort of the guests at the DAVIES is considered in every way. 'ITIE QUEEN, on Water 
street, farther west than the DAVIICS, is conducted i)y Mr. !'. V. .\RCiIIH.'\I.l), and is another 
first-class house. THE REVERE, kept by .Mi<. I'. S. ilROWN, while Icing much smaller than 

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lada. 




QUEEN STREET. CHARLOTTETOWN, P. E. 



lliu other two, is cijiial to cillicr as far as fittings, conveniences and cuisine is concerned. Besides 
these liotels many private lioiises and smaller hotels are open for the accommodation of sununer 
boarders, and offer good home comforts at extremely moderate prices, the highest rates asked by 
any private house being not more than three dollars and a half per week. 

The industries arc well represented in Charlottetown — and the busy hum of the factories and 
mills add their (|uota to the bu//. and noise of the busy little city. Flour mills, canning depots, 
tobacco factories, furniture factories and machine shops, the largest of which latter is JJRUC'IC, 
S'riCWAR'l' it Co., also J. 1). I,.\P'I"HC)RN & Co"s extensive soap factory, all of these form part 
of the industries of P. IC. I. M.ARK WRKIHT i*c Co represent the largest furniture establishment^ 
their inuuense sliowrooms being on the corner of (Ireat (leorge and drafton streets, their factory 
on Kent street. John Newson & Co. are directly o[)[)osite the last named firni's showrooms, and 
their business in thu furniture manufacture and sale is one of the oldest and best estaljlished that 
the province [)ossesses. 

THl'". CENTRA!, CR1'>AIVI1CRV, which, up to the i)resent time, has been under the most 
efficient charge of Mk. T. |. 1)1 Id, ON, of Ingersoll, Out., is a great centre of attraction to both 
towns peo|)le and strangers. It is visited by hundreds every week, and it is most interesting to 
watch tile different [)rocesses, from the separating of the cream from the new nnlk, to the final pro- 
duction of the luscious, tempting looking butter for which the Island is far-fan)ed, and which is 
sent to all parts of the world. 

The clothing shops are very fine, and among the best are the McKay Woollen Mills, an 
exceptionally large shop on the Bargain Corner, the trade of which is as well established, through 
its own make of cloths, al>road as it is at home, and next to their shoj) comes John McI,eod iV Co., 
John McKen/ie, and directly across the street, S. A. McDonald, 1). A. Jiruce's being farther south 
on (^)ueen street. The above constitute the leading tailoring establishments, and in any or all of 
them a man can get " suited,"' be he ever so fastidious. 

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EXHIBITION GROUNDS AND RACE TRACK, CHARLOTTETOWN. P. E. I, 



'I'liu dry goods sliops arc i'(|ual in every way to tliose of llic large cities of the Poniinion, and 
none of tiie latter offer any Ijetter class (jf goods, or any more fashionable lines of either ladie's or 
gentlemen's re(|uireineiits, than can he found in Charlottctown. On the west side of (^)iieen S(|iiaie 
stands Heard's lirick row, on the south side the Cameron and Stamper buildings, and on the north, 
'"Sunnyside," one of the l)rightest and most cheerful s[)()ts in the rity, and on which are to be 
found I'erkins, Sterns i^ir Turner, with a new sho|) just opened. Huyers from W. A Wl'MCKS it (^O., 
London lloisi:, Moore i^i: Mcl.eod, Ik'er Uros , all on Heard's Row; Stanley l5ros, James Paton 
A- C'o., and I'rowse IJros., The ^Vonderful (Jheaj) Men, and from the Sunnyside firm, visit the 
I'jiglish markets twice a year, tiiereby keeping the class of goods to be found in ('harlottetown not 
only e(|ual in (|uality to that of other cities, but lower in prices, a fact that has been [)roven by 
many visitors, and one they have shown tangible appreciation of. 

The bookstores arc three in number. Ilaszard k Moore, on " Suiuiyside,'' have just opened 
an especially large and commodious one. Cicorge Carter, on the west side of the S(|uare, keeping 
an assortment of splendid goods, worthy of patronage, while McMillan it Ilornsby keep as fine an 
assortment of stationery, etc., as there is in the city. 

Verily the Island capital is the home of drug stores, and drugstores of the very prettiest as 
well. W. R. Watson, next to (leorge Carter ik Co's, is a marvel of neatness and unol)trusive 
elegance, added to which is its rei)Utation as one of the oldest established drug businesses in the 
city. Mr. 1,. W. \\'ats(jn, the successor to the old firm, is always genial, affal)lc and attentive, and 
takes more than usual pride in trying to pk'ase his many customers. 

'I'he .Apothecaries Hall, Mr. (1. 1'',. Hughes, proi)rietor, is on the corner of Ciaflon and (^)uecii 
streets, and does a rushing business. Its popular manager is a member of the city council, and 
one of the most energetic, far-seeing members it possesses. He is now almost as well-known in that 

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POWNAL BAY, P. E. I. 



capacity as lie is in his diiiij, iiiisincss, aiul iiis iL'|)ulali(iii in liial liiu' is particularly titauncli. 

A. W. Rcdilin has a l)caiitirul little dnii; store on "Sunnysidc," and as "Art" is onr of the 
boys in popular favor, he caters to a trade of the best. Keddin ilros., S. \V. I )()dd, C. I). Rankin's, 
and Johnson dv: Johnson's two handsome stores, one u|) and one down town, complete the list. 

AUl.D F5K()'I'I IICRS are doing a very extensive business in eggs and produce. I'KAKl'^ 
BROS, it' (\). have a large ship chandlers establishment. 

'I'lie medical men in Charlotletovvn are graduates of I'^dinburgh, London, Harvard and McClill, 
bearing reputations which have been earned by proving themselves cai)alile of performing most 
faithfully the duties of their noble i)rofessi()n. 

The dentists of the city must not l)e jiassed (ner, as they >ue at the top of the ladder in tiieir 
profession. 'I'he dental [)arlors of Drs. J. S. I>agnall, J. Murray, J. Ayers, and T. C. Robins, rank 
as liigb, in any and every dental requirement, as those of any in the [irovinces. And a recent 
addition to tlie list is the Herlin Dental Parlors, Drs, J. !'". Nfaloney and (J l). Kennedy being the 
dentists in charge. The parlors are over the store of I'rowse I!ros., and the crown and bridge 
work done tiierc l)rings patrons not only from every portion of !'. 1'^. 1. l)ut from neighboring 
provinces as well, and the painless dentistry wliich the IJerlin I'ar'ors advertise to do has been 
tried, proven, and is certainly all the Parlors advertise it to be. 

The tonsorial artists of Charlottetown have almost esca[)ed n(jtice, not on account of their 
inferiority, but because tlieir reputation is so well cstai)lished outside of the pr(jvince, that it seems 
unnecessary to s[)eak of them, (leorge Moore, on ('iraft>)n stre t, \V. J. Dillon, on (^)u-en street, 
and "Joe" Ciillis, command the principal trade. Tiie last named is said to be the best barber in 
the Maritime Pro\inces, and a ^'nmi iJ7'is" in his manipulations. He learned his business in 
Boston and New York, and visitors from both cities say his rival is not to be found. 

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RIVER ROAD. SHOWING ENTRANCE TO HARBOR. CHARLOTTETOWN, P, E. 



■ !< 



'I'lic m(jml)Lis of llic city council arc; Messrs Horiic, Taylor, McArron, Douse, Hooper, 
Hughes, Nichol-:oii, and Dr. H. D Johnson. As it should be, they represent the mercantile, 
trades, and professional portion of the community. 'I'iie city newspapers are the Patriot and 
I'-xaniiner, both evening issues ; thedUARDIAN, a morning paper, isdistributed in time to nnke 
its api)eaiance on the i)reukfast tables of the greater part of the province. Tiie Patriot is Liberal 
in politics, and is the only paper in the province with a lady representative on its staff. The 
I'Aaminer is Conservative, and the ('iU.\RDI.\N independent. The weeklies are the \VAT('H- 
M AN, the Herald and the Islander, with a weekly edition from each of the dailies, the ( lUARDLAN 
issuing a semi-weekly as well. 'I'he Island pres5, generally, is not afraid to say what it thinks, re- 
membering the motto of ICuripides: — 

"'Phis is true lil)erty, when free born men, having to advise the [)ublic may :i[)eak free." 

'I'o the Masonic fraternity is due tlic thanks of the theatre going public, for a magnificent 
()P1'".R.\ HOU.SI'., which was completed but a comjiaratively short time ago. It has filled a long 
felt want, as now some excellent companies visit the city during the summer season, and the ener- 
getic committee in charge, of which MR. DUNCAN McLIC.AN is secretary, lose no oppf)rtunity 
to provide the people with the very best entertainments they can procure. 'Phe OPP^RA HOUSI'^ 
is on Crafton street, and is in itself worth seeing, as it is said to be in style and finish one of the 
finest (of its si/.e) in the Dominion. 

In addition to the Masons, tlie fraternal orders of Charlottetown are: Oddfellows, I''ori esters. 
Sons of l^ngland, Hibernians, (Caledonians, Orangemen, Sons of Temperance and dood 'Pemplars. 
And to return to the business houses once more, it is only fair to mention the hardware shops, 
which are s[)lendidly e(iuii)ped with all retjuirements in their line, even to the adoption of the 

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E. I. 



J, I Io()i)cr, 
nicrcantilc', 
'atriot and 
lie to nnkc 
t is Liberal 
^taff. The 

WATCH- 
rARDIAN 

thinks, re- 

ree." 

iiagnificent 
lied a long 
I the ener- 
pportunity 
i HOUSE 
one of the 

Fori esters, 
Templars, 
are sho|)s, 
:ion of the 




SILVER STREAM. MORELL RIVER. P. E. I. 

bicycle traik', for in tlie majority of the hardware shojjs, a wheel, or several of them, is an in- 
(lespensiblc part of the window decoration. 

W. Iv Dawson & (!o., are at the present time the oklest hardware firm in the city ; \Vm E. 
Dawson, l'',s(i, having been the chosen re|)rescntative of the city in the capacity of mayor many 
litiK's in succession. He is an affable, genial gentleman, wide awake to the interests he has at 
heart, and is ever anxious to show to strangers all the opportunities the city affords, for either 
pleasure seeking or profit. 

S. \V. C'ralibe has a fine hardware store on the ccjriier aljove Mark Wright it Co's shcAvrooms, 
;ind also on the famous "Sunnyside," and R. I!. Norton it Co, Dodd iS: Rodgers, Fennel & 
L'handler, have eacli, large and commodious shops in the same line of business. 

While the dry goods, drug, etc., portion of the conmumity have in turn been made known, it 
is only fair to J. D. Mci.eod it ("o, Saunders iv Co, Heer it (loff, etc, to say that their grocery 
s!i()|)s are e.\ce[)tionally bright, clean and tempting looking, and contain in addition to their 
regular lines of goods, all the delicious fresh fruits and dainties that can be obtained from abroad. 

As to restaurants, the Hub, X'ictoria Cafe and A N. i.arge's will su|)ply any craving of the 
"iiuierman" and as the Island air is esjjecially a i)roducer of good appetites, to those not ac- 
customed to it, the "inner man" manifests himself very often between the regular meal hours. 
The Hub is especially lltted for ladies patronage, and is conducted by Mrs. A. S. Hewitt. As to 
its cuisine, it is not excelled anywhere in tiie provinces in particular its oyster fries, they would 
tempt an e|)i<ure, and in a land of good oysters, and oysters well cooked, that is saying a great 
ileal. The Victoria Cafe and Darge's are mure filled for the patronage of gentlemen, while 
('aitei's, Hutcheson's and (^)uirk"s form the cenUe of altraclion for ice cream during the summer 
luonths. 

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*s";. 






TROUT FISHING. WINTER RIVER, P. E. I. 

.\s to tlu' Markrl : It is one dI the "siglits'' thai no visitor to tlu' Island capital should cvrr 
miss. Tlu' iiiarUrl huilding is situated at thr fxtrcmity of (^)ui(n Si|uan', and "niarkc'l days", air 
Tuesdays and I'lidays of each week. I'loiii early in tlu' iiioriiiiiL; the different approaches to tlu 
city are thronp;ed with horses and many kinds of vehicles, hringin^ in the country |)eople and their 
wares to market. Passiiii; through the lower part of the market house, the array of meats, |)oultryt 
vegetables, etc., which greet the eye, are sold at |)rices that would send a Iloston hoarding house 
kee[)er to an a>ylum, they are so low, and in addition to that are of the best ([uality, not surpassed 
anywhere. Passing upstairs, the butter, tastily arranged in baskets, eggs, lettuce, radishes, straw- 
berries, and all kinds of fruit in season, make one reali/e very forcibly all the Island can pro 
duce. 'I'hat market seems to be the attraction of |)ersons on more than marketing bent, for one 
sees on everv visit to it, groups of ladies engaged in earnest conversation : dressed prettily and look 
ing most charming, discussing jirobably the latest sensation, and most ci'rtaiiily under the impress 
ion that their household duties were the princijial motives which brought them out, that morning 
in particular And all the latest news is heard in the market. 'I'he latest arrivals are chronicled 
within those precints, and the latest scandal is retailed with a vim and /est worthy a better cause. 
At least that is what 'they" say, it is a moot i|uistion, however, and Charlottetown market cannot be 
surpasseil. .\ny stranger visiting it, will find plenty of material to be interested in, at the same 
time he will obtain much knowleilge of the country i)eople, and their peculiarities. 

'I'o return to the business ])ortion of the iity, and tlu' industries which are every year becoiii 
ing more nunu'rous Messrs. X. iV M. 1>. Rattenbury are about basing started in |)rocess ol' con- 
struction, a pork establishment, which is to be condu( ted on the same jjrinciple as those of the 
famous stock yards of Chicago 'I'hey may not go so far as to put the living pork in at one end 
and have it come out sausages, but since the imagination can be stretched in the one instance, we 

450 



il sliould v\v\ 
krl days", aii' 
oaclius to tlu' 
)jilc and lliuii 
icats, poiiltryi 
)anlinj^ liousf 
111)1 siirpassL'd 
dishes, straw 
land can pro 
bent, for one 
tlily and look 
' tliL' impress 
that niornin,L^ 
ru clironiclfd 
better cause, 
kot cannot 1h' 
, at the same 

yeai i)ecom 
Dcess of coii- 

ihose of the 
n at one end 

instance, we 



can sii|»p()sc il in tlu; other, only renieniberin^ at the same time, that the Island establishment 
will not be behind in any way, and knowing that what one can do, the other may do. 

And as to l.ivery accommodation? V, K. Island is well known as the home of good horses, 
and (Miarloltetown offers some of the best livery accommodation to be foimd in the Maritime 
|'iiivin(;es, and WORl'M, A. N. Large, I-red Robins and J. R. STAN!. ICY, will each send out a 
team worth having, and at rates most moderate. There are several others who hire horses at low 
rates, luit those people do not belong to the regular livery business. 

The new city Imilding on the corner of (^)ueen and Kent Streets, is one of fine appearance, it 
is :i brick structure, and is coimnodious enough to provide offices for each de[)artment of the city 
works, beside which, the fire engines and their fully api)ointed eciuipments, are below stairs, the 
engines ready at a moment's notice to be in the ready and willing hands of the fire dei)artment, 
which, imder the direction of ("hief A. N. Large, is a very efficent one. 

At the eastern |)art of the city, stand the ICxhibition buildings, which, holding every autumn 
an annual provint ial fair, offer many attractions during the late season. In connection with the 
liiiildings, is the fiiust driving park in the Maritime Provinces, a track that would induce any 
tidtter to enuilate Maud S., and one on which many fast records have been made, and on which 
also some of the very finest races (;ver trotted by Provincial trotters have taken i)lacc. Just below 
the l'.\hibilion buiklings is Kensington shooting range, where the annual shooting competitions 
take place. 

"Camping out" comes in for a great share of attention by both the natives and visitors to 
i'lince Edward Island. Mention will be made el.sewhere of the most acceptable places for this 
|)ur|iose. 

For those who enjoy a pleasure tri|) on the water, good steamers ply up and down both East 
and West Rivers: both of which are most |)ictures(iuely situated, winding in and out of the most 
lieautiful river-l)anks, the red clay of which is in strong contrast to the vivid green of the trees, 
fields and foliage above All alon;; the sides of the rivers can be seen the cosy farm-houses, nest- 
ling with a look of comfort in the midst of lu.xurianl well-cultivated farms, betokening, in them- 
selves the peace and happiness of a rural life. 

The system of waterworks by which the city is supplied, has already been mentioned, but a 
drive as far out as the three mile run, where stands the pumping station which fills the reservoir, 
needs to be taken in. to be thouroughly appreciated. The well which never fails in its require- 
ments, is always shown to the visitor, and many in number arc those, who have gazed with more 
than ordinary curiosity, at the broken cup lying twenty-five feet below, the water being so clear 
that it seems but a few feet to the bottom of the well. The reservoir is a mile and a half distant 
on the Moimt Edward road, and a splendid view of the city and its surroundings can be had from 
its gates. 

Charlottetown is well lighted, two electric light companies providing incandescent light, one 
(if them sup[)lying the arc light for the streets. 

Mention ; been made of the city hospital, on Dundas ICsplanade ; at the other end or the 
( ity is found the P. K. I. Hospital and Training School, an institution well worthy of a visit, and 
one which, under the most capable management of Miss Tynan, takes no second place in 
comparison with similar institutions anywhere in Canada. .\s a memorial of the jubilee of Her 
Most Ciracious Majesty, a new P. Iv I. hospital is to be built. It will be at some distance from 
the old one, on a space of land donated by the Rev. Ralph Rrecken, in fact the home of hi^ child 
hood. It is a munificent gift, and one which will not only be a lasting memorial of the jubilee 
vear, but a lasting tribute as well, to the large heartedness of the generous donor. The Victorian 
order of nurses is to be established this year, in regard to Her Excellency Lady Aberdeen's wish, 

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*..«*rt?mw^-(*«sww, ^.^#itv,.jyi{|i? 



POST OFFICE. SUMMERSIDE, P. E. I. 

and tlicsc in addilinn to [hv splrndid (raining scliool in conniclidn with [\\v I'. \). I. ii()s|)ital. wil 
1r' of ininicnsr lundil lo tiic coinmunity. 

'IMie ( 'liarlolU'ldwn Hoard of 'IVadL' must nol I)l' jjassctl owr, as il is coinpriscd of da- nid^l 
influential and (.'ncr^L'tic men ni lUv city. Its picsick'nl, Mr. iloiair Ilas/ard, wlio is always irady 
to intL'U'sl himself in anything that migiil piovr of benefit to his native provinie, is courteous and 
attentive to stranger-, and a man whose splendid Imsiness capahiiities well fit him fur ihi' |)osilion 
he holds. 

The law fraternity are well re|)res(.'ntetl, and the following are amongst the |)romiMent 
barristers, vi/ : I'lrrER.S, IM'/FERS .^- IXCS, A. .\. .M( I H )\A1,I ), t'. A. SM Ai.l.WOOl ), |. |. 
JOHNSTON, JOHN 1". MIT.I.ISH and J. H RIIDDIX. 

F. H. llyndnian, the genial general insurance agent, is doing a very extensive business, 
and his i)romptitude in matti'rs in this line is deserving of great reconmiendation. 

The !'. I'",. 1. railway extends from one |)oint of the island to the other : trains leaving tlu' 
capital for the |)rinci|)al points twice a day Tignish the western terminus, is a small village most 
jjicturesquely situated near the N'orlii ("ape. It is a veiy thriving little |)lace, businesslike in eviry 
turn, and it contains the largest fishing depot in the |)rovince, an establishment owned by J. H. 
Myrick I'i- ('o., an enterprising firm of Anuricans, who extend their business to the ca])ital city, 
their shop tlure, in the line of general groceries, being the largest of the kind in the Maritime 
Provinces. 'I"he popular manager of the Charlottetown branch, Mr. J. T. Oockett, is especialh 
interested in American tourists, as he is the vice consul for the capital. Mr. J. H. Myrick and his 
son leside in Tignish, making their home permanently in the western part of the [jroviiice. 
Tignish is one of the most |)rnniinent fishing stations on the island, and the catches of salmon, 
mackrel, trout, bass and lobsters, which are there obtained, form one of the most lucurative 
articles of export on the Island. 

'I'ourists will find good hotel inducements at ('a|)tain (lallant's, in Tignish; while private 
houses will, during the summer season, accommodate visitors. 

The next village is Alberton and it is in all re.-^pects, save being incorporated, a town, and an 
exceedingly thriving one at that. 

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HIGH SCHOOL. SUMMERSIDE. P. E. I. 

BIIMMKRSIUE, I^ E. 1. 

J^lll", pietty liltU,' town of Suninierside is heaiitifully situated on the nortliern side of InihMiue 
^t' l>ay, and its sinroundini:;-^ make it an ideal summer resort for all who wish tiie advantaij;e ol 
a town in close touch with die outside world, a. id from which a Icii minutes walk brinies one 
into the full summer heaulyof the country, away from the hustle and push f»f conuiiereial life. 

Suninierside is reached by tlu' splendid steamer Xorllnimberland, the finest passenger boat 
in Canadian waters from i'oiiit du Chene, where one Knaves the Iiilt'rcolonial Railway. .\lso by 
the finely eipiipped and luxuriously furnished steamer ("ampaiia. Irom Montreal, the trip down the 
river and (lulf of St. Lawrence, by this boat, beiny one of the most delightful experiences of a life- 
time, it is also reached from Halifax by the steamer I'astnet. 

Siimmerside is a neat and well-kept town of about 3,000 inhabitants, with a goodly number 
of cxunsive commercial houses, including an inniiense departmental store, three banks, two news 
[laper oft'ices (the |.rincipal of which is the Summersidi; journal and V. \] 1. .\gricuUurist, 
W . .\. Mrennan, editor and i)ro|)rii'tor), a fine post office and <uslonis house ; it also has 
electric light, telegraph, tele[)hone and express ottlces. The spiritual welfare of the place is looked 
after by the Presbyterian, Roman Catholic, l^iiscopal, Methodi t, bajilist and other churches : 
the societies are represented by the Oddfellows, l*'oresters, I. < ». (;. I', lodges, and (". .M. H. A. 
l-iianch ; there arc also three public schools, a convent and other public institutions usual to all 
up-to-date towns. There are two large hotels, the Clifton and Russ, which are excellent hotels, 

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PRINCE COUNTY DRUG STORE, 

Summerside, Water Street, P. E Island. 
J. A. GOURIvIE, " - Proprietor. 



V;A 



OLDEST AND MOST RELIABLE DR UG 
ESTABLISHMENT IN PRINCE COUNTY. 

\Ve keep only the purest Drugs, and have always on hand everything obtainable in a 

First Class Drug Store. 

Trouting Rods, Flys, Lines, Casting Lines, Gut, &c. 

HAVANA CIGAKS of the Best Brands, also TOBACCOS ot all kinds, 
BRIAK KOOT PIPES, TOBACCO POUCHES, &c., &c. 

Prescriptions and Family Recipes a Specialty, and the Proprietor's thirty-five years of 
experience is a guarantee of the care exercised in the dispensing of all medicines. 



The Summerside Journal, 



ESTABLISHED iH(.4. 

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AND THE 



Prince Edward Island Agriculturist, 



\Sr. A. BRENNAN, 



Kditor an.cl Proprietor. 



Go into more homes and are read by more people than any otlicr two pa[)ers in Lowrr 
("anada, anil are therefore without peer as advertising mediums. 

The Journal is a news and family paper of eifj;ht pages of seven columns each, published 
every Wednesday. Tp:rms : $1.50 per year, or $i.oc if paid strictly in advance. 

The Agriculturist, which is the horseman's recognized authority for the Lower Trov 
inces, is devoted to the interests of the turfman and breeder, the farmer, dairyman and horlicul 
turist', and is unsurpassed as a family paper and advertising medium. Terms : $1 50 per year, 
or $1.00 if paid strictly in advance. 

^T" Both Papers to one Address lor $1.50. 



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3 the most completely eiiuippeil of any in the Maritime Provinties with modern machinery, an<l we art! in ii 
ition to (h) Hook and .lob I'rhiting, Ruling, Binding, etc., in tiie very best manner and the latest style, 
giving satisfaction in every instance and at the Lowest Rates. *rCall and see us when ni town. 

W. -A.. BRENlTAlSr. 
Cor. Queen and Water Streets, - SUMMEKSIDE, P. E. ISLAND. 

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besides a mimbcr of smaller ones and lunnerous private boarding houses, where good ac- 
connnodation can be secured at very reasonaMe rates. 'I'here are two large livery stables, and it is 
no trouble to secure a stylish turnout at a small outlay. 

l'"or those who enjoy boating and sea-bathing, Summerside harbor affords exceptional 
advantages and attractions, 'riuii, within a radius of ten miles of the town is the enteri)rising 
and wide-awake town of Kensington, the beautiful village of Miscouche, and the magnificent farm- 
ing selllenients of ( 'entre\ille, l'"reetown, W'ilmot, New Annan, 'I'raveller's Rest, Clermont, Indian 
River, North St. I'^leanors, St I'Jeanors and others, with a little village every here and tliere, and 
all reached by delightful and pleasant drives, with beautiful scenery meeting the eye on every side. 
To the north of Sinnmerside, and only three miles distant, is the lovely island-studded Richmond 
IJay, and from the hill just at the i)ack of the town one can obtain a view of land and sea that is 
not sur[)assed in lower Canada for beauty. 

Are you fond of fishing? Then you can strike few better i)laces than Sunnnerside. Within 
a couple of miles there is splendid mackerel fishing, than which there is no more exciting sport, 
and a few miles drive brings one to other districts, when" codfish and mackerel abound in 
mmiberless schools 

Lobster factories dot the shores, and in season the finest oysters in America are taken from 
Richmond Bay in great quantities, L>ut trout fishing is entitled to special mention. A charming 



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JAMES MTONALD, D. V. 8., 

Chemist and Druggist, 

Water Street, SUMMERSIDE, P- E. I. 

Drugs, Medicines, 
and Chemicals, 

FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES, 




Sponges, Brushes, Perfumery, &c. 

Choice Domestic and Imported Cigarr. 

I'liysit'iiiiis" IVesci'iptioii.s ciircfullv I'ompoiiiuU'il 
iind oi'iln's iiii.s\v(!ri'(l with ciiro ami (li»|>ali'li. 

Our stock of Mciliciiics is coinjili'ic, warraiiti'il 
gfiiiiiiic, and of llu^ litest iiiiaiity. 



drive of ten miles brings one to Dunk River, the most beautiful trout stream on the Island, 
where one's days i)ass like a dream of pleasure. At Indian River, I'oint Fifteen, Pierre Ia((|ues, 
Miminigash, Beatonis, Tignish, and ado/en other jjlaees are splendid trout streams, easily reac-hcd 
by earriage or rail. Siimmerside being the second largest town on the Prince lulward Island 
Railway, which connects it with all points east and west. In the above streams one can captine 
an abundance of the finest sea trout, which are well worth angling for. 

Is shooting your favorite pastime? then in season, you have the choice of wild cse, l)rant, 
wild ducks, snipe, plover, partridge, and hares, all furnishing fine sport, and pastime and recreation 
tiiat puts new life and vigor into the enthusiastic- s])ortsman 

For beauty of situation, for loveliness of surroundings, for magnificent drives, for delightful 
climate and invigorating air, for boating and bathing, for extent and variety of fishing and shooting 
for the hospitality of its people, and for its many sfjccial advantages, Summerside is surpassed by 
few places, if any, in the Maritime i'rovinces as a sunuiier resort, and those who are in search of 
rest and health, of recreation, pleasure and ease, cannot do better than spend their sunuiier 
months here, amid these beautiful surroundings. Conn- to us and wi' will ensure you health, 
rest and pleasure. 

J. A. (lot'ui.ii:, and |,\s. McDonm.i), are doing a very extensive business in the drug line, 
and their establishments being all that modern re(|uirements demand, are well worthy of a visit. 

J. Iv Lki ikc.i.v is doing a very large local and foreign trade. 

The law is well represented in Summerside, Bkli. & Johnstonk being the |)rincipal firm. 

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SPORTING SCENES NEAR SUMMERSIDE. P. E. I. 



Going east the terminus of the railway is (ieorgetowii. A l)ranch line from Mount Stewart 
leads to Souris, one of the most heautilully situated placi's on the whole Island, Souris is fairly 
well laid-off, making up in natural beauties what il lacks in niodtrn improvements, hut with an 
hotel no way hehiiitl the times, and one which would d(t credit to many larger places, it is known 
as the "Sea View '" a name extremely appropriate, and its proprietor Mr. It ('n\, has much to do 
with making his hotel the popular resort it is, as he is one of the most genial, obliging nun in his 
line of business that any one could meet, and does everything possible to ensure tiie comfort of 
his guests. In addition to ('ox's hotel, there are several others, smaller but offering good home 
accommodations, as far as comh)rtable beds, good home cooking, etc., is concerned. Coming 
still further u[) ah)ng the line of railroad, we come to the villages of Cardigan and Montague, both 
of which are up-to-date, thriving, and afford much pleasure to summer tourists Monlagui- is most 
[)ictures(|ue, with its situation on the o[)cn water, its business like appearance, even to those giving 
il a most jiassing glance, commending itself very forcibly, and a drive or walk over the bridge, 
with the roar of the rushing waters on the one side, and the busy " hum "" of the village streets 
just loft behind, with direct exit into the ([uiet country roads, which present themselves iunuidiately 
on leaving the village, all these in strange contrast to each other, making one realize very forcibly 
that 

"(!(»! miuli! the (.'ouiitry, iiiiiu niiide tlic town 

(Cardigan is also a very beautiful s[)ot, and runs frf)m Cardigan proper past Cardigan bridge, 
and is an ideal place wherein to fnid rest ami quiet from the rush and hurry and "living against 

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time," that is a natural accompaniment of life in large cities. Nature's beauties, unadorned, an- 
adorned the most, and a full reah/ation of that fact is felt, on passing dirough Cardigan, with its 
i)lue stretches of water on either side, hemned in as it were by the velvet sward rising undulatini; 
and picturescjuely from the river banks, and the surrounding country is no less beautiful. 

Morell, the name which is synonomous with good fishing, and possessing a trout stream far 
famed, is not far distant from Montague or ('ardigan, and is one of the choice camping i)laces ol 
tlie Island, the excellent fishing forming a "bail" which takes every time, and whicii keeps tln' 
white tents of the pleasure seeker visible lliere during the whole o( the season. 'I"h jre are wonderful 
stories told of the "catches" of trout, salmon, etc, made in that vicinity, stories that would fill 
innumerable volumes were they written, and stories as well with romantic enough endings to savor 
very strongly of imagination, thereby proving again the oft-repeated assertion that "truth is 
stranger than fiction. 

Mount Stewart comes in for a share of attention as it offers ample accommodation for tourists. 
Persons arriving at the station, will be directed to good stopi)ing i)laces, Mrs. Clark ranking first 
on the list. Her house is only about three minutes walk from the station, and no one will make 
any mistake in going there. 

Morell is situated on the I'isquid River, one of the most beautiful sjjotson the whole Island : 
besides being accessible by train, the steamer South[)ort leaves Prince Street Wharf, Charlottetown, 
Uvice every week, landing passengers directly at Mount Stewait, after one of the most enjoyable 
water trips, that the Island affords. 

Tracadie, is one of the best known outlying places on the Island It affords hotel facilities 
not to be surpassed ; the ACADIA, formerly known as the Lome, being situated on CiR.ANi) 
TRAC-ADIE HICACH, Mr I. C. H.M.I,, proprietor, a former American consul ; and more 
than a i)assing word is due his hotel and all it offers to the summer recreationist, or to those 
seeking health and strength from the exhilarating influence of the Island air. The hotel is 
built on an immense sand track, commonly called Tracadie Beach, and of course directly on 
the shore, so that there is no need if it is not desired to do so, to go farther than the ample 
verandahs which surround the house to get the benefits of the strong refreshing sea breeze, which, 
coming directly from the ocean, brings with it the foundation of new life for the invalid, and such 
appetites for the well ones, that were the cuisine of the ACADIA, anything but what it i.s, the 
very best that any one could desire, it is hard to say to what means the hungry would need to 
resort to satisfy the appetite, which after a residence of a day or two at the Acadia seem to become 
abnormally develojjed. Tiie waters of Tracadie Hay abound with material for fishing, and fishing 
boats leave the hotel every morning, bringing back with them fresh trout, salmon, or cod to fi)rm 
part of their evening dinner. A boiling spring, on the premises, ensures a supply of wati'r 
which is most healthful, while the guests can find ample amusement in the croijuet and lawn 
tennis grounds, or bowling alley, all of which are on the premises for the free use of visitors. 
A splendid music and dancing hall is in the hotel, and a capable musician in charge of the 
piano, provides music whereby to trip "the light fantastic" in the evenings, when the cool 
breeze tempering the warmth of even an Island sunnner day, renders dancing a most pleasant 
pastime. It is a very easy matter to reach the " Acadia" from the city, as tliose who do not 
care to drive out, can take either the morning or evening train to Bedford station, carriages from 
the hotel meeting all trains. 

Immediately opposite the hotel are the Tracadie sand-hills, most deceptive in appearance, and 
objects of much interest to the stranger. The stretch of blue water between them and the mal.i 
shore dee[)ens the peculiar grey look of the sand hills, which, rising abruptly seem to grow largi'r and 
larger is they are approached. A walk along 'I'racadie beach is replete with pleasure, and in very 

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vivid recollection of the writer of this, is the memory of a sunny Summer Day (Sunday, in fact), 
wh:;n a merry party started from the hotel after breakfast to explore the beach It was early 
in June, shortly after the hotel had been opened ; the warm rays of Old Sol were most ac- 
ceptable, and the party comprised a 'i'oronto editor and his sister, the pre s representative, who 
is responsible for this "write up"' and another lady and two gentlemen. Il is impossible to 
describe the amjjle attractions that beach afforded, nor the justice we did to our dinners, when 
we arrived at the hotel half an hour late, but feeling in such perfect haimony with ourselves and 
the world around us, that such mundane matters as trouble, care and business worries, were 
completely forgotten, and to enjoy to the utmost the tempting surrounding; was our only thought 
The still-water bathing in connection with the .Acadia, is unexcelled in the Province, and boating 
facilities are beyond dispute. 

An additional feature of interest in 'IVacadie, is the dwelling of W. .McDonald, I'^scj., 
commonly called "miUionare McDonald". He is president of the Standard Oil Comi)any, and 
it speaks well for the Island that such men as he can find inducements sufficient to tem[)t 
them to reside here, during the summer season. His summer residence in I'racadie is simply 
magnificent, and beggars description, as words fail to describe the finish, st)!'; and general 
ai)pearance, of one of the finest dwelling houses in Canada. 

The Seaside Hotel, on Rustico Beach, is another favorite resort. Il is reached by train 
to Hunter River from the capital, or passengers coming to the Island by the Point du-C^hene 
route, go direct to Hunter River from Summerside, and take carriages to the Seaside. Mr. 
John Newson has been the proprietor for years, and brings his long experience in pleasing 
the travelling public, to the benefit of his patrons, all of whom, after once j)ioving what the 
"Seaside" is like, visit it again. Tlie sea-bathing there is unrivalled elsewhere on the Island, 
while boating, fishing, driving, etc , all come in, in the line of pastimes to be found offered 
by this hotel. Anil coming on from Rustico or Tracadie, one finds Brackley Deach, which 
has of late years taken advanced strides towards being one of Till': summer resorts of the 
Island. The hotels there are Shaw's and McMillan's. Shaw's has been the summer home of 
Major Howes, for many seasons, and made its start in the hotel line, by accommodating at first 
a few people who asked no more than ordinary house accommodation. Now, it is one of the 
liest country hotels on the Island, large, airy and commodious, with an excellent table, boat- 
ing and sea-bathing facilities, etc. McMillan's is further along the beach, in Stanhope, and 
a private house in that vicinity, which will take in summer guests and treat them to the best 
the Island affords, is Mrs. Neil McCallum's. Brackley Heach, Stanhope and Cj)vehead are 
not far a|)art, and parties often separate, some choosing one place, some another, each being 
so near each other, that a short time unites the party, to compare notes, each thinking they 
have the best and the only place to stay at, that is worthy of consideration. Mutch's Hotel, 
Point Pleasant, is anotiier excellent house in this vicinity and has been rejieatedly said to be 
the "best on the Island." 

Returning to the city and going in another direction, one will find a most beautiful drive, 
out along the North River road, keeping on in a straight course to Bonshaw, another part 
of the Island noted for its fishing. Bonshaw is just fourteen miles from the city, and in addition 
tf) the pleasant drive that can be taken to reach it, it can be reached by steamer to W^est River 
Bridge, thence by carriage to the village. It is impossible to describe either the sail up the 
river or the drive from the capital to this part of the Island, as the scenery is the most 
picturesque that is to be found in a most picturesciue country. The hills are numerous and break 
the monotony of the level country, while from their summits, those who drive in preference to 
taking the boat, can si!e the shores of the Nova Scotia side in the far distance. The hedges, 



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which ill many places, take the form of tliicl; impc'iictralile Hmiccs, are very numerous, as well as 
very liiaiiliful, in tiie IJonsiiaw district. They are formed of closely cropped hushes of spruce, 
and are the most iiandsomr enclosures for the fertile farm lands, that can well he imagined. 
'i"ho-,c farms, many of them, lying on and at liic foot of the hills, offer tangihle evidence of just 
what a farming country Prince ICdward Island is, and anyone who douhts the as,sertion made so 
often hy tlu; Island people that, "it is the greatest farming country in the world," will douht no 
longer after once seeing just what it is. In the (Jrajyaud district, about nine miles from Honshaw, 
is an exceedingly fme hotel, named Pleasant View, and kept by Mr. Matthew Smith. 

Persons preferring to remain in the city |)rincipally for their hotel accommodation, go nearly 
every day to some one of the outlying towns or villages, on either fishing, shooting or picnic 
excursions, returning at evening, either in the cool dusky twilight, or driving home under the 
starlit sky : than whicli tliere is none more i)eautiful in the whole wide world. And the moon- 
light nights on the Island have an indescribable charm of their own. A charm enhanced by the 
dew laden perfume from tlie fields of clover, which send out their richest and hest scents after the 
iu'at of tiu; day has been tempered by the soft falling dews which moisten and send new life into 
the world of nature, after the sun has gone to rest. Tiien a drive along the country roads is 
pleasureable and romantic enough to be suggestive of the hundred and one love tales one 
hears related, as having been originated from the infUience of romantic surroundings, and having 
culminated in the oft repeated tale, "they lived happy ever after." 

Cape Traverse, although only coming in, during the summer season as an interesting holiday 
resort, with attractions e(iual to any named, holds much additional interest for the i)leasure-seeker, 
as it is the point from which the ice-boats cross, in the winter season, to llu- oi)p()site side. No 
conception can be formed in summer, looking at the open sheet of water, of the solid ice which 
presents itself in the winter time, but the crossing which renders the Island unique, is a subject of 
much surmise to the strangers who visit the Island, even in summer ; for the conjecturing they 
have over the boits, their crews and the crossing in general, is wonderful, and the interest is only 
heightened by the impossibility to imagine anything of it, while looking at the same place in the 
open season. 

Acrosi from the city, is the village of Sou'.hport, reached by ferry, and only four minutes sail 
from (^harlottetown. Splendid bathing opportunities are offered along its shores. After leaving 
the village, natural caves offer their shelter, these being numerous and secluded enough to ^)lease 
the most fastidious. Picnic parties visit this village very often, and tourists go further on to 
Pownal, a very i)ictures(iue little village, with good hotel accommodation, or \'ernon River or 
X'ernon River Pridge, either place having good hotel inducements to the fore, and the way-farer 
who decides to rest over night, or for a day or two, will find every comfort at Mrs. I'indlay'.s, at the 
bridge. At \ernon River itself is the old and well-known "Half Way House," whicli is always 
and ever open to the traveller, and which has been in its jiresent situation for many years. The 
Roman Catholic cliai)el at this ])lace, is one of the finest on the Island, and I'athcr Doyle, who is 
kiifiwii widely beyond his own province, has always a kindly welcome for the stranger Then 
going still on, to Helfirst district, through Irish Montngue, I'.ldoii, \\illeyfield and Caledonia, one 
will lind a variety of scenery that is most wonderful. i'iie country is the most hilly of any part of 
the Island. .\ hill jiast (Caledonia is known as "the hill on lop of a hill," the view from its 
summit, of the surrounding country, with, in the distance, the invariable stretch of blue water as a 
boundry, the richly cultivated fields, and the edges of the forests afar off the whole hemmed in 
by the blue canopy above it is all a sight that once seen will be indelibly stamjied upon the 
memory. And looking down to what appears almost a ravine below the sides of the hill covered 
with a thick luxuriant foliage, intermingled with the lighter shades of the trees- the sound of the 

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waters rushing over miniature rocks at its base, one is |)rone to think he has suddenly been 
transported into another country, some mountainous, rocky region, instead of being in the 
universally supposed level land of Princx- Ivlward Island. Another (and in fact the most interest 
ing, from an historical ])oint of view) place of vantage for either visitors or townspeople, who are 
interested in the early days of the Island, is Rocky Point, about fifteen minutes sail from the city, 
and near the entran<e to the harbor. lOvery fool of the ground is re|)l.te with historical associations, 
whicli are so closely connected with the dead and gone days of tiie Island's fust glory, when the 
warriors of the reil race reliniiuished tlieir claim to the l''rench that the spot is almost held as 
sacred by some people. On Warren i-'arm which is (nvned by Mr. John Newson, is the remnant 
of olil Kort la Joie, now called l''ort Amherst. It was the fust fort built by the l'"rench after they 
took possession of the Island, and it has been a scene of much iiardship and toil. The leniains 
of an old graveyaril near the fort, is the source of many old legends, told by the cijuntry people, 
to the listeners, who in the cool autumn evenings gather around the bla/.ing ilres, and listen to 
the tales of I ,a Belle Marie, an Indian maiden, who lies biuied liiere, and her !o\er who rests 
beside her, awaiting the time wiien they will nael again. This story is an Indian one, or rather 
an Indian legend, but the red men have iield faith in it for so long, that others relate it with fully 
as much faith and it is wortii hearing, no matter wiial source it is heard frtjm. 

One of the most beautiful avanues llial can be imagined, runs over one part of Warren 
I'arm, an avenue iiuilt in the early days, and wliich still stands in its entirety, a silent reminder of 
liow long natme's monuments remain, after the hands thai labored and toiled first among them 
arc at rest. Warren I'arm is one of the most productive in tlie country, and a mile or two distant 
from it is Holland Cove, owned by Mr. T. A. McldCAN, with historical associations in as close 
connection with it, as has Warren I'arm. It is in a magnificent situation, close by the open sea, 
and in sunmier Mu. Mcl.li.AN chooses it for iiis abiding place, coming into the city every morning 
and returning at night. Near the sea and on a point of land prominent and projecting far out 
are l.lie Indian camps, and many are the recollections taken away from the Island, of moonlight 
evciiings s|)eiit on that jut of land, the fragrant scent of Mavanas mingling with the brce/e from 
the water, and a recent ac(iuaintance, ' brother" or "sister," sitting near by relating fond tales of 
former glory. The Indian race on llie Island will soon be extinct, and that civilization, and the 
conseciuent abandoning of the old Indian habits and customs, has had much to do with the loss of 
war-like jiropensities, is a fact also recognized. It is almost a matter of regret that such is the 
case, and that the Indian "brave" is not to be seen on the Island now, the only remnant of him 
being seen in the person of the chief, who with pardonable [)ride in what he might be, as well as 
what he is, will on occasion let people know what his tribe has been, and what they should be now, 
had they chosen it for themselvi.s. lUit destiny has ordained it otherwise, still the Island 
people have a peculiar kind of reverence for those cliildren of the woods, who come of the race 
that were the first to exjjlore the vast forests, and gave their home the title of " (Jueeii of the 
Wave" 

Two places of e\ce|)lional interest within easy distance of Charlotletown, are, the farms of 
Hcnjamin Heartz and K. R. IJROW. Meartz's farm is just three miles from the city, and on it is 
to be found an immense herd of pure l)re(l cattle, housed in buildings which are a marvel of 
comfort for the occupants, which are Ilolsteins, (Uiernseys, Alderneys, Jerseys, etc. The slock is 
not rivalled anvwhere in Canada, and one can form no conception of what an immense herd of 
cattle graze on the fertile |)astures, until seeing proves for itself. A creamery is on the |)remises, 
and Heartz's butter, made on the same jirincipal as the dairy condiment, is the embodiment of 
luciousness, and commands a sale far beyond the capabilities of the creamery to fill. 

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Mk E. R. MROW'S farm is four miles from the city, and his heard of cattle, with the cxcop- 
lioii of being smaller, is e(|ual in every respect to the former mentioned one. 'i"he sterilized milk 
which is made a specialty of, on this farm, has an enormous sale, and one which is rapidly 
increasing. 

'I'he cheese factories on the Island are many, and this has become an established industry of 
the I'rovince, the exportation ol cheese lieing enormous, and now with a cold storage depot about 
to be built, it is supposed that this export, as well as many others will l)e materially increased. 

I'.efore closing tliis review of the Island, in what it is to be hojjed, will be in the interest of 
strangers as well as of the Island people ; Although mention has been made elsewhere of the boats 
which convey passengers from either I'ictou to Charlottetown, or from Point du ('bene to Sum- 
merside, it is only just to give them mention here as well, for they are two as fine, comfortable boats 
as one will find anywhere. 'The " Northumberland,"' on the Summerside route, is an easy sailer, 
and si)lendi(lly e(|uipped for he; work in every way, while the same is none too much to say of 
the "Princess," on the Cliarlottetown-Pictou route, to the STEAM NAN'IC.A'riON Co., is 
due the thanks of the travelling i)ublic for the most excellent acconnnodation provided for 
them in reaching the Island from the mainland. The same boats are chartered by the govern- 
ment to carry the nnils, and now it is possible to gel mails from many parts of the Dominion early 
on the evening of the day of its being posted. And as to the Island in general, " the half has not 
been told :" very nuich more could be said, but, some other time must sutilice. So in conclusion 
it is safe to say, that the inducements offered by the Island to tourists c:\NNor be surpassed. Its 
climate and sea breezes are health-restoring, in every sense of the word : its scenery is picturesc[ue 
beyond description, and a sunmier spent on it will prove that these assertions are tkUK. 

As to its peo|)le, so far as generosity and hearty hospitality are concerned, they have no rivals 
and are seldom LMpialled. 

In another portion of this work will be mentioned all the different ways and means of reach- 
ing this "(larden of the dulf," and the choice of routes, give the opportunity to make the passage 
to it, either mainly by rail or altogether by water, from such points as Boston ov Montreal. 

Holiday seekers will make no mistake in choosing the Island from among the many resorts 
offering attractions to tho'.e with time at their disposal; and the pride which states that the little 
Province is the gem of the grand confederation, is surely pardonable, for the "(Jucenof the 
Wave, ' is the future bright star in the crowning glory of the vast and noble Dominion of 

Canada. 

" Willows are drow.sy in Acinlie, 

Clear aiitl cool in the streainlel'.s How — 
(), weary ci(y folk come with iiie, 
Where breezes blow.'' 

" i'mi.o." 



McALFINE'S 



Gazetteer of the — . 

Maritime Provinces 



Is now iincU.'r way and will be is.siied shortly. 
For further information apply to 

THOS. H. McAIrPINE, 

43 Carleton Street, ST. JOHN, N. B. 



462 



tlic cxcep- 
ili/.ed milk 
is rapidly 

ndustry of 
pot about 
cased 
interest of 
the l)oats 
c to Siiin- 
al)le boats 
asy sailer, 
to say of 
N Co., is 
vided for 
le j^'overn- 
II ion early 
ilf lias not 
onclusion 
■ised. Its 
ctiires(|iie 

no rivals 

■ of rcach- 
e passage 
il. 

ny resorts 

the little 

--n of the 

linion of 



\Alha-t, N. /.•.] 



LIST ()!• IIOTI'J.S. 



i,o.' 



The following Advertising Cards represent the Leading 
Hotels in the Maritime Provinces. 



niSS M. McGOWAN, = Proprietress. 

T^lIIS HOTl'J, has lately been built, is centrally located, and is eijiiipped in modern style. 
Accommodation of the best is giuuiinleed to (liiests. I.ivery Stables in connection. 
Teams supplied to any i)arl t)f the country. 



TERMS MODPRATE. 

AlrBERT, 



COMMERCIAL TRAVEL SOLICITED. 



Albert Gouqty, N. B. 



GLOBE HOTKL, 



W. W. JONES, 
Proprietor. 



Central Location. 



ALBERT, N. B. 

Good Table. Comfortable Rooms. 



FREE COACH TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS. 

doo4 Livcry Stable* i(\ Co»M\cctiort. TERMS MODERATE. 

Alpliabetica] List of Hotels. 



ces 



Gi\iim(l) Name of Hntcl ; (2) I'loiM-iclnr ; (:i) Place; (0 Hatr jur da.x : (6) Hale yvx week: ill) Maik Kaiis ; 

(7) .Sainplc Kociins : viz; — 

<■> m <:» <4) KW MS\ O) 

ABERDEEN HOTEL, .V. .1. Pine, Clmtliam, N. n. ijl.no (o $l..-iM. .<;4.U(l to iS.-i.no. 25c. Kxtra 
A'cc tiilr /iiii/i' •/ 7.T. 

Abenlcoii Hotel, (\ W. Walkor, llalifiix, N. S., .SI .niito .'ii!l ..'•o. .«;."i (in to .$7.il(». Kxtra. Kxtra. 

ABERDEEN HOTEL, I). McLcod, Ki'iilvilic N. S.. .Si. r)U to .sli.ou. J.", oo to .S7.00. Free. Fn'c. 
Sie iiilr fKiijr IP.). 
.Acadia GanliMis Hotel, ('. E. Koircrs, Halifax, X. S., .SI. on. .$(.0(1. Kxtra. Xonc. 
Acadia House, Mrs. Holland, Brid-icwater, X. S. .Sl.On. $4.nn to !f."i.oO. 2'h\ Free. 
.Vcadiaii Hotel, Gcorife Nichols, Halifax, N. S., .'Jil .(into .SL.V). .«i(l.(t(i. Kxtra. None. 
Accommodation Hotel, S. A. Yoiing, St. Leonard's Station, N. li. .$1.UU. .So.on. Free. Free. 

463 



AiuKipulis, S S. 



i,is'i' oi' ii()i'i:i,s. 



Clifton house, 



This is liic I .cadiiig ('oniMHTcial Hold of Aiina|)olis 
|ik'iis;mlly siliMlud, lu'iii^ mar liu' ( )kl l''orl and 
(•(iin( iiiml lo all itlaccs of Imsiiuss 



Fitted throug'hout with Electric Lig^lits, Bath Rooms, and 

All IModern Conveniences. 



AMiM»I><)Iis I'^oyal, 



NOVA SCOTIA. 






SAMPLE ROOMS FOR TRAVELLERS FREE. 
LIVERY IN CONNECTION. 



/\ 



Cai'Plag'es convey Ouosts to and 
from Trains free of ohargo. 



John D. Cameron, 



Proprietor. 



Hill»clcile Hou»e, 



l-ormerly 
Mrs. E. Ryerson's. 



ANNAPOLIS, NOVA SCOTIA. 

^^OURIS'lS will fiiul thi.s lloiisc well silualccl for comfort ;iiul ciijox'mciit, the I'arlors 
■ f anil Sleeping; Rijoiiis IjcIiil; larL;e and air\', and the Grounds well supplied with 

fiiiil antl sliaile trees. 

We will have the table sup[)Iietl with the best the market affords, and served in a 
maimer intended to please. 



Capplagres ape at All Trains, and 
Patrons can rely on the best 
of attention. 



JOSBPH FOSTER, Proprietor. 



VIVAT 



•M^^Al^^i^^l 




REGINA. 



OUEKN HOTEL 



Annapolis Royal, N. S. - 



C. X PERKINS, Proprietor. 



l,i,L;lil, .\iry Kooiiis, with ])lenty of sunshine, and coninianding an exrclliiil view of the 

Annapolis liasin, gives this Hotel a prominciue excelled i)y none in town. 

Cappiages at all Steameps and Trains. Livery in Connection. 

464 



lA. 



nd 



ts to and 
chapsu. 



Tierly 
Kyerson's. 



Anfigonis/iy /V. S,] 



MST OF HOTELS. 



[Bathurst, N B. 



C entral Ho use, 



yg The HrrrlniHr rnMnlni 
^ III roiinrrlluii wlih II. 



RUFUS HALE, 



Proprietor. 



Tlif Ct'iitral IIoiisi' is well adapted lor -».-■.* » '^ ''TH 

CoinmeiTial Travellers, liavinu CommodiouB Sample Rooms. 

GOOD STABLING ON THE PREMISES. 

TRI.KPHONK No. js. 



A Titi«'oinsli, N. S. 



p. O. BOX 282. 



Wilbur House, 



PERCY WILBUR, 
Proprietor. 



I*ati'()iii/c(l l»y T(nirists and Sportsnu'ii. Magnificent Fisliin^- Locality. 

The Home of ('onnnercia! Travellers. 
Thin Hotel ia Centrnlfff Lorafeff — riosc to nil husiness plnees. 

TKAMH TO tIJ. TR.ti:«H. IJVKKV STtBLK l\ t'OWKITIOK. TKKMH MODRKATE. 



ic Parlors 
[jlicd with 

I'vcd in a 

?rietor. 



ilNA. 



opnctor. 

of the 
nnection. 



BATHURST. N. B. 



4 DAMS HOUSE, Tliomas Klaiiajiuii, Cliatham, N. B., ij!!..-)!) (o .*2.0(». Per Ajir'nt. 25c. Extra. 

J\_ S'pr iiiir pniji' 474 

Albert Hotel, A. B. Bray, Hopewell ('ape, N. 15. , .Sl.ixi. .S:i.00to $4.(IU. Free. Free. 

Alliioii Hotel, LeBlaiic. Halifax, N. S., $1,.V>. :?7.t)i) to ijit.dd. Kxtra. None. Extra. 

Albion Hotel, Edwin (iood, Frederlclon, N. B., !$I.On. .$;!.((() to ••J.'). (id. 2."ic. Special. 
AI;ron(|iiin Hotel, Corporation. St. Andrews, N. B., Jii.OO and npw'ds. Special. 2.5c. 
Alma Honse, .John Fletcher, Alma, N. B., H.lc. to !$I.Od. ;$:!.( Ml to .$4.0(1. None. ,50 cts. 
.Vnieiican Hotel, Win. I'liinney, I'airslioro, N. S., .'3<I..")U. Special. 

AMERICAN HOTEL, Tliomas Cox, Slmlicnacadie, N. S., .1fl,.50. Special None None. 
.SVc n(h' pnr/i' .520 

\MERICAN HOUSE. Mrs. M. HartiKan, Halifax, N. S., -^l.oo. ijft.oo. Extra. None. 
■SVc (iilr jiaiji' 48!t 

AiTMM'ican Honse, I). Fcindel, Middleton, N. S., $l.,5o. !?i;.00 to .S'.oo. Free. Extra. 

American Honse, .las. Mcintosh, Kentville. N. S., .•>!|.2,5. .S5.(l(i. Free. None. 

.\merican Ilcnisc, Mrs. llhynard, I'idon, N. S., $1.00. .'jsl.oo. Ntnie. None. 

American Honse, .Mrs (; E I.eHlanc, Wcynionth Bridife, N S, !>il.oo. .«i;i.Oo to .'$5.00. None. None. 

Amherst Hotel, (i McFarlanc, .Vnihersi, N S, !5!l ..5o to 1J2.00. .'«!7.oo. Free. Free. 

Arliniiton Honse, E Latimer, Halifax, N S, .•?! .00 to Jfil .2:.. s.-,.(k» to .S7.oo. Extra. Vone. 

A SHLEIGH HOUSE (snmmer resort), W W .lones. Weymouth liridjje, N S, .V^rrcement. Per 
Mirrecinent. None. ,SV< rf./r /"'f/'' "'27 

Atlantic Honse, .1 II (Jreeiie, Kentville N S, $l.oo. i!ii:;.o) to .$4.()o. Free. None. 

HAIE DES CHALEUR HOTEL, (i E Mercicr. DiUhonsi... N B .i^l.r.o .S.5.00 to .*i7.oo._ Free. 
Extra. ''*'''' '"''' /"'.'/'' 47(i 

OANGOR HOUSE, Uohert Clarl<e, St John, N B, JjiiMio. $:!..5o to S.5.00. ;io cts. Free. N(me. 
IJ iSVr adr pifi/c .512 



J3 



46: 



Bear Knar, N. S.\ 



LIST OF HOTELS. 



ilif 



Bear River Hotel, 

RUPERT HARRIS, Proprietor. 



f Rear Piver HoteL | 

ili I Ills liori',!, is i)K'as;mily sitiiattd, ovfilookiiig tlic Mic M'Tii I'l, Liitm. Town M\ 

•k- (II hh.AU RiVKu "the Ikjiiic of tin- finest cliecries in the world ' 'i'oiiiists m 

•i^ and Tiavellcis will \m\ iveiy accoiiiiiKKlatioii, making tliis a desiialile spot to >|)ei'd /n 

ji" a very pleasant siiniiiirr vacation. M^ 

ill »(C^(»C^K^»»»»»C^ i|\i 

\|/f Fishing and Boating; in Livery Stable in Connecton, (f) 

»|i the Vicinity. Teams meet all Kxpress Trains at Hear River Station. fi^ 

y*/ PRICES MODERATE. j^ 

V. BEAR RIVER, ^^^ NovA Scotia. >> 

^^^. ^ ^ ^ ^^ . .^. . . . ^./>^ 



(y^:NTRAh 4iOTEU 



Bear River, 



Nova Scotia 



A PLEASANT SITUATION IN THE CENTRAL 
PART OF THE TOWN. 



WELL riTTED UP. 



ROOn^ COMMODIOU5. 



TERAV5 REASONABLE. 



■| lAMS To Tm; Raii.w.w Station 
On Arrival ok 
KXl'KKSS TRAIN'S . . 



MKS. GIIBEKT F. TROOP, 

PpoprietPess. 



466 



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•i». 






OWN 
oiiiists 






'^tati'iii. 



^3^^ 






ODIOU5. 



tOOP, 

'poppietpess. 



:, 



:otia. [ 



/icru'/d', JV. S.] 



1, 1ST OK MOTFLS. 



(AV/./^v/r/r.-//, A^ .S-. 



CENTRAL HOUSK 

BERWICK. Nova Scotia. 



•?''^MrH. A. A. Vausluiii^ 



^s 



ProprictrcHH. T^''? 



.^:at;-cSe;-<Ce;-iC-e:.te,;^; 

.ft WITHIN 1 444»»»»»»»t»»»»»»C-»»»»»»»»f-»»(r»E^(»» SITUATED ft 

g E^sy D^sr^/vcE | ,^ ^„g ce/vr«e of rwe.: _ • °'^ ^"^ '-'"^ °'' % 

I theVamed I ANNAP0LI5 VALLEY. ^oominIZ I 

t>; BAY OF FUNDY .1). ' 

P SHORE. W«««**t*»m**4*«««fr»*ttH-t*tf»t»H-r 



fv 



ATLANTIC HJ^ 



^^, ,^'' «c^-\- <., 



RAILWAY. 



T» 



This Hotol ofliers the Best Possible Inducements to City Visitors and Tourists. 

G rand Central Hote l, 

Head Queen Street. - BRIDGETOWN, N. S. 

E. (J. LANdLEY, - ProtDrictor. 

THE LARCiE5T AND nOSV CENTRAL HOTEL IN TOWN. 

Spucial AccomiiiiHlatioii lor ( VmiiiiLTcial 'I'laxcllcrs, iiicliidiii;^ Sainplf liooiiis. 



RATES REASONABLE, 
TABLE FIRST-CLASS. 



•f J.T. 1 



LIVERY STABLE IN CONNECTION 
FREE CARRIAGE AT ALL TRAINS 



I>ARK£R HOUSE, !•" M CdIciiijiii, Kri'dcricinii, n I5, sl>.(mm.. si.'.:,i). S|i(ciiil i.':ict>. Vnv. 
) \, , (/,//■ 1,(1,/, ISL' 

I>ARTLETT HOUSE, Mrs s lliiiiNon. Si Sioplu-ii, N 15. si.ihi. >.;.(mi i,, e-i.on. 2.-i(i>. None. 
► AY VIEW HOTEL. .\SSl..cv<>. Ilillishurn, N i;. .si.dd. x:\.w. Vvw. IMni. 

,S', , ,i,lr i„n„ |!l| 

15;iy \"n'\\ Hold. Win (Jci'iiiiin, .Mel iuliiin, >«' S, .'-!l.."in. .-i.'i.dii In .-^T.do. •j.'ici-. l'"icc 
I > AY VIEW HOTEL, ('has llorsncll. Hi .Vndr.'ws, N i:. s^l.nO. S|m<mm1. i'.-. n-. Free. 



15;iv 

w 

IIAY OF rUMDY HOTEL. .lo'Coimoi'. ("ulluilcn, Di-hv. N S. -t-j.itn. .v,s.(i(i i...<|(i.iiii. T.'.cl.-. 
• ,V/, ,nlr i„i,i, I7.S 

1> EAR RIVER HOTEL. Mrs l!n|.frl lhirri>. r,c;ir Ilhcr. N S. .s| .(in i,. .si ..mi. s.-,.(mi In .st.hii. 
> .'<I.(MI. KxiTil >'" '"''■ /"';/' li''ii 

BEAUREGARD HOUSE. 'I' !•' I'. •<|iic, Wcyi iih l-.rid-r. N S. .-<•.'. no. I'cr a.iirfi'inciil. 
Nimc. Sr<' iidr iiidji "(2.S 

lU'ck"s lliilcl. .lames IJi'ck. Kli^iii. N I'.. ijil.iHi. .s.i.ihi. N.hic. Nmir. 

I >ELLE VUE HOTEL, Wm Wils.ni. licdlcii-d. N S. .s|..-,(i. l-.i- .•mrfrmciil. 

I r S, , Kile inli/r r.HI 

BELMOMT HOTEL. Joim Simc, si .lolm. N 15. .■si .no i.. si'. no. s-,.(i(Mu .sT.dii. Nniic. VrvL'. 
Si r mil- jIlKJI .■ll2 

4''7 



Bridgetmvn, N. S,~\ 



LIST OF HO'I'ET.S. 



lBridge7t<ater, IV. 8. 



P^evere House, 






BRIDGSTOlIirM, N. S. 

Centrally TiOcatcd. ("oacli to and fVonj all Ti-ains. Xicc Sample Koom. 
LIVEKY STABLE IN CONNECTION. 



^^^^^ fi, ' "^ - 






1 




^^^'s^^iv.fi,';, s'C^^xh,,,- 'i^^^ 



BRIDGEWATER, N. S. 

Pleasantly situated overlooking: the Town. 
Headquarters for Commercial Travellers and Tourists. 



F. MV. CLARK, 



MANAGER. 



KUt^KKA HOTEL. 



71^- 



MAIN STI{KI:T, IJiniKJKWATKK, N. S. 

y^ In Close Proximity to Post Office, .«. 

iM R. R. Station and Business Houses. hT' 

% ■!? 



Mrs. H. Z. Fosliay, 



Proprietress. 



Moderate F^ates. Excellent Cuisine. 

Stables in Connection. 

468 



d^eivater, N. S. 



■\m^ 



I 



niplc Kodiii, 



tox*. 



Its. 



ER. 



& 
^ 



stress. 



^ine. 



Ciunpbcllton, N. B.\ 



LIST OF MCrrF.LS. 



INTERGOhONIAL HOTEL. 

VWSE B)' I. C. il. DKPOT. 

Main Street^ Carnphellton, N. B. 



r'rTTT¥¥¥¥¥T>TT?TTT^^¥W^^TT^<r^T^^^'»^<<^^T< 



l»»»» •'¥▼▼»▼▼▼ ( <i) 



fp^" 



D. O'KEEFFE, 

r^roprietor, 






e> 



THORO UGHL 3 ' REFURNISHED. CENTRA L L ) SITU A TED. 
GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS AND FREE 'BUS TO ALL TRAINS. 
LI VERY STABLE IN CONJVE CTI ON. CON VENIENT TO 

POST OFFICE AND FERR). 



THE HOME OF COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS AND TOURISTS. 

CAMPBELLTON, NEW BRUN5WICK. 



I >ELMONT HOUSE- Mislross .1 Mcl-oan, llsilifjix, N S, $I.O(t (.<> SI 2.-.. S4.()n to $r..(H). KxHa. 

I ' Krt!<\ Si'r ildr jiililr iSU 

I>ELYEA HOTELi .1 L Bflycii, si Jolm, N 15, $l.oo to .•ijil.r.o. Special. ;!(»cls. Free. 
) >'(•(' i((h' jiiiiif ,")I;{ 

I > EN LOMOND HOUSE, S I! Hurkcr. Lodi Lonioiid. N 15, 81 ..".tMoSL'.uo. S|.('<'ial. Xon.-. None. 
) .SV( (dlr /itd/i- ,517 

r.dwscr lliiusc, Tlu' Misses liowscr. t lialliani, N "P., $\.rii\. s:,.o<). 2.">cts. Kxira. 

Hiilisli Aineriean House, Mrs liriiiissard, ll:ilil'a\, N S, jSLOo. firi.no. KxIra. None. 

Unmswiek llolel, (ieo K Walljiee, Saekville, N 15, .'ii!l,50. isc.no lo .sS.dO. Free. Free. 

I > RUNS WICK HOUSE. .lames Kelman, St (ieorire, N' 15, .-!l.(iO. $r,.m. L'.5 els. Free. 
) ,S'< ( iiilr inii/r 5(J4 

r.riniswiek lliiiise, Jolm HillniMii, Woodstock. N 15, $1,00. !?;i.oo. 2") els. Kxtra. 
Ilmnliain House Mrs. Hnrnliain, Dii-ln , N S, 81. .")0. §7.00 lo .SS.Ud. None. None, 
r.vroii Hotel, Luke l5yroii. Welsli Tool, Caiiipohello. .\ 15, $l,oo. i^COo. 50 to 7.") els, Xoiie. 
Caineron House, Mrs, 1{ J Tliomas, Halifax, N S, 7."'. (Ms. to •'^I.mO. ,$3,50 to §4,0(1, Extra, None, 
<:iinpl)ell Hotel, ,) I! Noonan, Siiinnierside, F K 1, !{il ,(io to $1 ,.".(). S.'5.00 to $5.(iu. Free. Extra. 

IAN AD A HOUSE, Wm .lolmslou. Cliatliam, N 15, si.oii to *1.5n, !»;I.ih) to ,•!;;."..( iii. 2."') els. Free. 

Sei' iiilr jiifiii' 475 

< 'anniiiii' House, (Jeo K Katoii, Canninif. N S, !ji.\.'2:>. .^I.OO to ,>J5.((0. Free, Kxtra, 
1ARLISLE HOTEL, r J Talmr, Woodstock. N 15, .§2,(10. Special, 25 els. Free. 

Srr iiilr imijf 5;!1 
t'aiieton House, IJeo Metiee, St (ieorme, N 15, ijil.."((i. .§5,(MI. Free. Free. 

(^ARLETON HOUSE, F W Bowes, Halifax, N S, $1.00 to $2.00. §8.00 to. §10,00. Extra, Kxtra. 
J See ado pui/e 4^1 

469 



c 

( 'am 

c 



Campbcllton, N. Jl.\ 



LIST OF HOTELS. 




(^OMMERGIAh HOTKh, 



^^^^^<^\ 



H. H. MURRAY, - F»roprietor, 



jmv^) ()i,i„«iu^(W!^^^^^^^^^^^^ dampbelltoii, N. B. 



MAQNIFICENT VIEWS OF SURROUNDING MOUNTAINS. 

This Hotel li.ts iu'cii iH'wlv Ueiiovatcd and Ikct'iiniislicd witli \\\\ 



Modern .\|)|»IiMiU'es. 



BATH ROOMS, TOILET ROOMS, &C. 



LARGE, AIRY BED ROOMS. 



GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS. cM.nvenient to liusiiiess House.;. 

THE HOME OF COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS 

Tourists and Sportsmen will find this a cnnifnrtrihle House, in a good fishing locality 
Parker's Lake, wIiltc some magnificent trout can he caught, is only 3^ miles distant. 
Teams can always be had to the Lake at moderate prices. 

470 



Camphellton, N. £.] 



LIST OF HOTELS. 




:ix. 



N. B. 




ROYAL HOTEL, 



Opp. I. V. \l. Station. 



CAMPBELLTON, N. B. 



itli all 



A. A. ADAMS, - PROPRIETOR. 



ED ROOMS. 



^liiiiL? locality 
iiiles diataiit. 



THIS HOTEL has been lately refitted ihrouKliout and furnished with all modern appliances, 
so that Tourists and travellers will find it a pleasant Home. ("uisink F.xcki.i.i.n r. 

The proprietor will gladly give any information with regard to Sporting Localities, and will sup- 
ply intending Sportsmen with means of conveyance, etc., at moderate rates. 

Good Livery Stables in connection. Teams can be had to any part of the Town or County at 
the shortest notice. Sample Rooms. 

471 



Charlottetown, P, E. /.] 



LIST OF HOTELS. 



O 




Hotel Davies 







WATER STREBT, 



CHARLOTTETOWN, 



p. E. ISLAND. 



f4)»(^»»»»«^»(^e^(^»» 



J. J. DAYIES, 



Proprietor. 



472 



' 



CharloUelmvn P. E. J.] 



LIST OF HOTKLS. 



_J 



H 




Centrally Located. 



This House is first i'l:iss, !iii:l iii>-to-(iati' in evf rytliing. 
I'ice Ci);k'1i Id :iiii1 Iroiii all I'raiiis ami Sli-aiiif I's. 
'I'lK- HDiiie of r(mii-.ts ami 'rnivi'lleis. 



P. P. ARCHIBALD, Proprietor. 

tIENTRAL HOTiL, ^^l•s <; F Troop, Bear llivor, N S, .fl.'dto $l.r.(l, $4.00 to .$r..O(t. 80 fts. 
/ Kxt ra. <*>''•(' <:i}r piiije 4(i(J 

Ontral Hotel, Etlwanl Na^le, Liineii))\iri,', N S, $1.50. $5.(»0. 25 cts. CO cts. 
Central Hotel, C Seconl, Norton, N H, $1.00, !$;5.00. None. Kxtra. 

C1ENTRAL HOUSE^ Kurns Ihile, .Antijionish, N S. )$l.5(i. Jll.dO to !$7.(t0. 20 ets. 50 ets. 
) Si'f (iilr iiinjr 4(15 

tIENTRAL HOUSE- Miss A M ^il.v^^on, Halifax, N S, iSl.'J.". to $1.5(f. Special. Extra. None. 
; .>'('<• (((/(• /((»(/(• 41U 

C1ENTRAL HOUSE, Ml"-* A A Vansjlian, Berwick, N S. iijil.2.1 to .^1.50. !j!4.00 to $ti.O(i. Free. Extra 
y ,SV(' 'Kir /Ktyi' 4(!7. 

Central House. 1) 1' Adanison. Tielon, X S, $1.00. $5.00. Free. None. 
Central House, E 1) Woodiock, rujiwasli, N S, .•jil.L'5. Jiiit.oO to $5.0(i. None. 50 els. 
Central House, .1 \V Uoop, St .John, N B, .'$1.0010*1.50. !iii;!.50 to !5i5.oO. ;',(» cts. Free. 

CIITY HOTEL, Mrs C I'arsons, Fredericton, N H. 81. (lo. JIli.iHi. 25 cts. None. 
J Si-i' iiilr /mill- 4.s;i 

Clark's Hotel, Albert Clark, Hampton. N B. $l-(io. ^;?.5o to .^'..oo, Free. Extra. 

CLARK'S HOTEL, Wm Clark. Sydney, C B, $1.25 to l{;i..50. §4.5(1 to !3i5.oo. Extra. Free. 
Si'i' <iilr /iiK/r 524 

CLIFFORD HOUSE, .1 W Main. Dijiby, N S, ifil.oo to.«!1.5(i. $0.00 to *7.0tt. Nmic. None. 
Sff (Iilr pmji- 47!t 

C1LIFT0N HOUSE. John 1) Cameron. Aninipolis, N S, $l.,50. $7.00. Free. None. 
^ Si'i' (Ulc I'liiji' 4iJ4 

CLIFTON HOUSE, J M McLeod, Dalliousie, N B, .'?1..50. lijiC.OO to .SM.QO. Free. Extra. 
,SV(- (ulr /lai/f 477 

CLIFTON HOUSE, The Misses Mawley, Suninierside, P E 1, $2.00. Si)ecial. .50 cts. Extra. 
,SV(' adr iKKjt 520 

CI LIFTON HOUSE, A N Peters. St John, N B, J;2.0t>. Special. 30 cts Extra. 
/ See a( 

473 



See ado page 505 



C/iiir/'l7t»i, P. E. /.] 



LIST OF HOTELS. 



{Chatham, N. J!. 



fi EVERE HOTEL, 



.t w-^ 



H 



T^^ 



llltl. 



^ ^iiiet ^ome=like ^ome. 



&3 



b 



-I^)-H-[(/)l-j- 



Suitiiltly adapted foi' Tourists and Travcllci's. Fitted with all inodorn ap 

pliaiK'Os. Hot and cold watci- hatlis, etc. Li«;lited tliroughout 

witli Ek'ctric'ity. Free Coach to and from Trains and 

Steamers. 



iii KENT STREET, tU 



CHARLOTTETOWN, P. E. I. 




A' 



d^im« House, 



THOHAS FLANAGAN, 

PROPRIETOR. 



I, The jMost Co.MFoitTAiu.K Hotki, in Town. 
Ckntij.m.lv LoCATKI). 

All MoiM'iHN ('onvkmkxces. 

LicHTKD 1)V ElK(T1!I( MTV. 



»■• i« ■■ ••«•»■ 



LlVKIiV StAIJLKS in roNNKCTlON. (riloD FlSllINO LoCALlTV, 

Sami'LK Rooms. 



Teams can lie had liy intending sightseers at moderate rates, and at all hours. The greatest at- 
tention will be paid Commercial Travellers and Tourists. Telephone communication. 

WELLINGTON, STREET, CHATHAM, N. B. 

474 



am, N. Jl. 



•dcrn aj) 
•lit 



Chatham, N. B. 



LIST OF HOTELS. 



ABERDEEN HOTEL, 

CHATHAM, N. B., 



( )|)|)<)siu.' Old Tost 
( )rtice 



Oh'ncd A/^ril Jsf, iSg^. 



I.S conducted as a First Class Hotel for the accoiiiiiiodatioii 
of Perinaiieiit and Transient ^-uosts. 

I'hc lIoU'l is in thi.' criUic ol" llic hiisiiicss portion of llic town, near tlu' StcamlKKit Landinj^. 
Ciood Stdilin^' and \'aid Room. Saniplu Rooms for ( lomnurcial I'ravcUcrs. Hacks to and 
Irom all trains. 



A. J. PINE, 



Proprietor. 



\ E. I. 






OWN. 



•INIKNLES. 



,ITV. 



greatest at- 
ition. 



CANADA HOUSE, 



CHATHAM, N. H. 

This Ilotul whicli is nni on Strictly TcmpLMancc I'rinciplcs, is centrally located convenient 
to all the I'lihlic Offices and Steamboat Landing. 



CHAROICS MODKK.VrE. 



WM. JOHNSTON, Proprietor. 



C10MMERCIAL HOTEL, Miss M MolJonimu, All)crt, N I'., si.Oit. !?:'.. oitto !?1 "it. Kn-c. Kxtra. 
J Si'f luir /iiij/r \M 

(^oiniiUTfiiil llolfl, John .McCoy. Frcdcriclon, N B, ."jil.Oit. .S:*..(»(M(i S^LOO. L'.'» cts. S|H'cial. 

C10MMERCIAL HOTEL, 11 H Mmray, Cnniphcllton. .\' 1?. S\ :>». >'..i)nio 87.uO. Frt-c. Kxlra. 
/ Sfc iiih- /itti/i' -ITO 

(^oinincvcial Hotel, !■' .\ llowanl, (Jraiid Falls. N H, .$1. .".(). sc.Ow. Frcv. ."i(Ho "."> cts. 
roniiiicrcial Ilotfl. .\ W Uiilcoiit, HarlJand. N 15, .•jjil.diMi) i;U .L'.">. .-J.'J.uo to .'ijit.do. Xoiu-. Froo. 
"iOMMERCIAL HOTEL, (' l' .Mkinson, Ncwcastli", N 15, !<.\ M). -;.-.( lO to .si l.uii l>,". cts. Kxlra. 

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Connors Hotel. ,1 H Mclncrncy, Connors Sla. N 15, sl..">0 to !itii.'.(l(i. ^T.ou to Sin. Oii. Free. Free. 
CunilMTland Hotel. Thomas Mahoney, I'arrshoro, N S, .'ijil. .'>(). $:>.()(). None. None. 

CUMBERLAND HOTEL, Mrs John Hayes, SI John. N 15, iSLdii to iiil.,-.0. .<tit.no to .liid.do. ;!Octs. 
(SV'c iiijr jiiiiir .">!;> 

Depot House. James (iratlan, I'oint du Chene, N H, ijjil.oo. sit.uo. None. N<Mie. 

DEPOT HOUSE, .V 15 I'nytsley. Sussex. N 15, ,'?l..")(i. .•is.-,.Oo an<l ni)\vards. None. Extra. 
Si'r ((ilr paiji ^>'1'~ 

Dhiiiec Hotel, \V B Oinsree. (Jasjetown, N R, .Sl.OU. Special. Free. Free. 

DOMINION HOUSE, J W Walsh, Truro, .\ S, Sl.OOto .Sl.2.-.. !iiil..-.0 to l{!,1.0(i. None. None. 
.sVe (((?(• iiniiv 524 

DuH'eriu Hotel, Wm McDonald, Westville, N S. $1.00. .f4.00 to ?JG.OO. Free. Free. 

475 



Chatham, N. B. \ 



LIST OF IlOri'I-S. 



[Dalhoiisie, N. /.'. 



P iver View Hotel, U 

Water Street. CHATHAM, N. B. 



Neaply Opposite Steamboat LandlnfiT' 



PETER ARCHER, Proj>rictor. 



'I'liis Hotel ('Oiuinands a ina.unilicciit View of the Miraiuiclii Hivor. 
Electric Lights and Telephone . Convenient Bath and Toilet Rooms. 

FirM-cia.. LfiVERY AND KOARDING STABLES, 

Ppoppletops, T. FITZPATRICK and P. ARCHER. 

Hacks to and from all Trains. Teams of all kinds to any part of the Country at all hours. 



BAIE des CHALEURS HOTEL, 

Main Street^ AUHOUSI E, N. B. 

This Hotel is the nearest to the R. R. I )e|Ktt and (laspe Steamhoat Landing, Bank, Telegraph 

Office and (Aistoins. 
Ciood Sample Rooms. Passengers met at l>epot and Steamer. Terms Moderate. 

G. E. MEKCIEU. - Proprietor. 

^ ^'- »^'^ -^'- Lumber Shipping Agent. 

S«m Bnthini;. Boats, Livery Slsihlcs. Kiiirlisli aiid Frciicli Spoken. 

HOTEh BAIE fies GHAI:EURS, 



GKANDE KUE, 



DALUOUSIE, N. I?. 



Cet HMel est le plus rapprochi'- de la Station du f'hemiii de l-'er, et, de L'eniharcadt'^re du \'apeur 

de (laspc';, de la Hancpie, du T«'l«''graphe. ct de la Douane. 

Bonne salle d' ^chantillons, Passagers rcvus u la station, et au Bateau. Prix Moder«'s. 

G. E. MEKCIEK, - Proprietaire. 

Agent Expediateur de Bois de Commerce. Tiroir Poste 273. 

Bains de Mer. Chaloupes. Ecurie de Louage. 
Tout le personnel parle Fran^ais et Anglais. 

476 



/V, N. /?. 



Dallumsie, N. B. \ 



LIST OF HOTELS. 



'^ik 




Clifton 



House. 

CENTRA LL Y SfTUA TED. 
I)AI.HOUSIE, N. B. 

TERMS MODERATE. PLEASANT LOCATION. 

SPLENDID FISHING LOCALITY. 



on e 



Dntt'erin Hotel, .John Cox. Windsor, N S, iijil.Sii. Special. Free. Free. 

ELDON HODSE, Mrs K .1 .lones, SI ,Iolin, N 15, .fl.ou. |;!.oo to $."..(10. :iO ets. None. 
I (SVc (T'''- paiji' ,514 

Klliotfs Hotel, K W Kiliotl, St .lolin, N H, .Sl.Dd. .S4.ii(i to .$t!.nO. ;iO ct.s. None. 
ELLIOTT HOUSE, Mrs .1 W KlliotI, Newcastle, N H, iJil.iMi. ^i.m. LM cts. None. 
"2j Srp ailr jiai/i M)l 

?LMWOOD HOUSE, H (' I'recily, Haiifii.x, N S, .Si..".!) to )iiii.'.on. .ftl.iKj to .SIO.oo. p:xtra. N 
ij Sii iiilr jiiiiir 492 

7UREKA HOTEL, Mrs S Z Kosliay, Hritljiewater, N S, $1.(10. S4.(MI to §;.-..uo. Free. Free. 

"ij ,S'( (■ n<lr jKiijf 4(18 

K\ anticline Hotel, WnHiavin, I'arrsWoro. .N S, !}i|..Mt $7.0(1. None. Norn. 

EVANGELINE HOUSE, T \\ Loniistatr. Dighv, N S, !ii!l,.-.o. $7.00 to .iiKi.do. None. None. 
,SV( iiilr pm/r 479 

E.xclianjie Hotel, B 1) Hiirtt v< Son. Centrex ille, N I?, .«;l.(l.) to *l .50. $;!..'>0 to .«."i.()0. Free. Free. 
Exelianse Hotel. Frank H Clark, Fredericton, N 15, .$l.oo. .«!;{.00. L'."i els. None. 
Kxcliani^e Hotel, I) W Fairweallier, Sussex, N 1$, .•«!l.oo. •S'i.OO. None. Fxtra, 

I EXCHANGE HOTEL. Mrs .J II Dn-ian, Woodstock, .\ M, !?1. .".(». fl.oO to .>?.-..0o. 2.". ets. Free, 
ij ,St'i> iiilr iiiii/i' 't'M 

UAIRVIEW HOT.EL. I-" W dark, Hridgewater, .N S, ,'?l..-)0. S|)ecial, Free. Kxtra. 

ji Sif udr paiji' -Ids 

Farmer's Hotel, J M l-carinent. Halifax. .\ S, *I.(mi. .•J.'i.oo. lOxtra. None. 

Far(|uhar Honse, F Mclnnis, I'ort Hawkeslxiry, .\ S, S\.'>>K S7.ni). 2."i ets. .">o cts. 

F'oley Honse, 1' .J Foley, i'mthnrst, N H, .$1.00. .>-4.0(» to .'?r..oj. 2.". cts. Extra. 

Frontier Hotel, .Mrs .V tM'eek, .MIiert.NB, SI.OO. .•?:!. oo to !3!4.oO. Free. Fxtra. 

(ilassville Hotel, Wni Love, (llassville, N J?, .SI.oO. !J4.(I0. None. Free. 

C^ LOBE HOTEL, WW. lones, Alliert, N Jl, .?l.0(». $;j.00 to f4.0o. Free. Kxtra. 
T .V (,' iid.i- fOffi' 4(1.3 

477 



Dalhoiisic, .V. />'. 



LIST OF HOTRI-S. 



Dishy, N. 5.] 



MURPHY'S 
a HOTEU 

DaUiousie^ - N, B. 

('omiiiaiuls a bcaiitiliil view of tlic Harljoi 
ami IJaic' dcs ( liakiirs, and is jiar 
^^^V««c*.--Vi ticiilarly adapted for 

BOATING, BATIIINC; AND FISHING, 

licinj; only lliiily yards from heaulifiil hrariics. ll is also cunlially loi'atc 1 for business, 
and is llic Hotel for (JoinniLTrial '{"ravcllers and Tonrists. (lood Sanii)le Rounis 

lU-'ar llu' prcniisL-;. 

FIRST CLASS LIVERY STABLE IN CONNECTION. 

Imlu Coaciics in attendance at 'I'rains and Steamboats. 




THOMAS MLTRPHY, 



Proprietor. 




-i^i 



't 




hG.VG. to ^fop'^^ 




^T^^F^r^^^r^T^'^F^^^r^r^r^F^F^F^r^r^r^r^F^ 



I'.'V IIS lell yon of oiiu plarr to stoii. 
Tlii'i'i' ill'*' iiiiuiy. bill Ave ■\\iinl to 
It'll you of one in iiarticiilar. 



Tl]e Bay Fundy House. 



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U i« lint in the Cdiitilry ;i short (listiMiic. 'I'lii'ir is m hi^ wnRfjun to tiiki' ynii tlurc .1 lnicklio.ird 
liilcliid t(i liiiii liorsis lli.it will (li;iw tlii' lo:i(l ol twinly |)c(>i)lc. The viliiik' is i(iinriirtalilf, t-.isy, 
siJiitiyy you'll liiivc m kimkI rick'. Voii li-.ivi' the town nnd ^n ncirtliw.iril, n]) tlu' KrMiln.il slope of the 
Noilh Mriiiit.iiii. just .1 hill here. Now iind tlRii you turn b.uk in your se.it uud you see liehind yon.'i 
l)c:inty sjiot ol valley ;ind r.iriu-eovered hills. The .\mi;i|iolis li.isiii anil SI. M.irv's il:iy show (iccasionally 
as yoii ronud .1 oiruer, iiud then they'ri' lost to view. It's ,ill Krecn trees, luislus. t;iass, I'arins liy the 
wav. larnis in the <listance; jfintlv ui> thi' hill, .hkI now vou see the lie.iutilul li.iy <<( I'umlv .iliead. A 
little Inrtlur on and. alter ;i short hours drive, you Mliulilal the entraiu<' of the li.W I'l'NDV llofSK. 

Von woiddu'l want a belter l>l;K'e to stay a while. It's a new buildiuK. lar^i'. roomy anil eonveu- 
iently modern. It is re.'illy a summer hotel, iiol simiily an imit.ition. II e.in n'wt' you rest sj)t'eially 
well, .'ind the scenery I Kinht by the be.ieh, the I'undy slrelehiu); aw:iy in the dislauee, and the sunset 
across the waves 1 Vo\i'll be nijituri'd with the view i rom the cupola iMi the I'ourth story, and the next 
uioruiu;^ you'll take a boat s.'iil or a ili|) in the waters that rel'resh. Or vou can wander in the woods 
if you want to; they're just .1 short distance away. You'll enjoy yonrsell'. 

COLLODEN, NOVA SCOTIA. 





47s 



V. B. 



nigh\N. s.\ 



MST OF HOTELS. 



(CLIFFORD HOUSE, 



J. W. MAIN, 

Proprietor. 



BIRCH STREET, DIGBY, NOVA SCOTIA 

The above House is (Lnlrally located, being within two minutes walk from Steamboat Landing;, 
and only a few rods from R. R. Station. 

I'lvery attention will be given to all patrons, and llie cuniforts of a lionir like place are giiaranli id 

The rates of the above house are reasonable. 

In connection, all descriptions of lloats and ("anoe> for pleasure seekers. 

EVANGELINE HOUSE. 

T. W. LONG STAFF, Proinietor. 



DIGBY, 



NOVA SCOTIA 



Plp((saiitln Situated. .Kicrlif Furnished. Terms .Mmterate. 



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Louer Lodge. 




SUMMER RESORT. 

Mrs. de Balinhard. DIGBY, N. S. 

(1L0BE HOTEL, KdinuiKl .McDonaUl, Halifax, NS. .ifl .On to .SI .L':.. ^il.OOtof.'i.dO. Kxtra. liue. 

Goodwill Hoti'l, J \V (loodwlii. Weyiiioiilh Briilfic N S, §1.50. i^pet-ial. None. Kxtni. 

("1 RAND HOTEL, (Jnind Hotel Co, Yiinnoutli. N S, .S'J.:.i) to .^'.-no. Siurial. 2:. els. l-"ruu. 
TJ (SV(; (/(/(• fiiiiir 'ti'l 

(JraiKlC'eiitnil Hotel, M .1 Mitcliell, Hiilitax, N S, |l.(io to .51.2.5. §1 on to «tl.O(». KxMii. Kxtra. 

(~1 RAND CENTRAL HOTEL, K .1 Laiiy;le.v, Kridiietown, NS. .•?!.. M). s.".. On to $7. On. Free. Free. 
Jf Sii- iiilr iiiii/r 4(17 

(irniid Cent rail lotel, C K Day, I'arrslioro, N S, $\.r,i). .S."i.0O to $s.0o. Free. Free. 

C^ RAND CENTRAL HOTEL, Alex Car ler, Tniio, N S, .si..-,(i. r-.nO to .*.V"0. None. None. 
Jf Sir itdv IHliJi' .">21 

479 



DiRl% N. S.\ 



LIST OF HOTRI,S. 



myrtlp:^ house 



3DIOBY. 



Novel Sootiei. 



Finlcr new mimay,(Mn('nt : lias liccn ncwiv and liandsomclv furnislu'd 



and iciiovatc'd tlirouiiliout. 



Rates fpom $1.0O to $2.50 pep day. 
Special Rates lo parties. 



•^ 



W. S. TROOP, Proprietor 






PARKER HOUSE, 

DIGBY, Nova Scuiia. 



If you want to stop at a good Honiu like Hotel the Parker 
House will be sure to suit you. 
MRS. W. H. PARKER, - PPoppletPess. 



NEW RQYflL HOTEL 

DIGBY, Nova Scotia. 



Tn addition to advanta^^cs liitlicrto oUcrcd to tlic ti-avellin^ i)nl)lic' at this 
first-class and lon^' cstaMislicd Iionsc, it has hccn hitcly (•nhirj;'iMl and im- 
])rov('d, and a nnicli lar<;vr minihcr of nii^sts can l»c a'cconnnodatcd tlian 
formerly. 

Mo(h'rn api)ni'tcnanccs : first -class appointments ; .sam|>lc, hath, and sjiav 
in<;' i-ooins : hoats, etc. Only one niiinite's walk from tiie railway station, 
and three from .steamhoat wliarf. 

Teams at every boat and train free for jjiiests and l»aiii'a"(' 

Livery stable in connection. IFor.ses, carria^^cs, etc., to let. Superior 
coaches witli careful drivei-s in attendance at all hour.s. 

C, A. JORDAN, Manager. 

480 



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iniisliod 
'Proprietor 



lie at tlii.s 
I and ini- 
lU'd than 

md sliav 
y station, 



'^npcnor 
AGER. 



nt\^/>y, N. S.] 



LIST OF HOTELS. 



\1(^T()RIA HOUSK m 



MRS. P. II. FAULKNFK, 



I'l'opriutrcHH, 



'\'\\\> lliiiiM' W cciil rally lonilt'd, Is'^ 
'i|iiilr cliiM' to the wiiItT litis a *•* 
■.lilriidiil \icw of I)iu:liy ISasiii, ^ 
iiiiil is (Miiisiilci'cd a tli'sl-class lioiiic ^ 
lor Tonrlsis and Tnivi-IIers. ^#> 



Water Street, 

DIQBY, N. S. 



Weaver ley Hoti 



DIGBY, N. S. 



mXBB "WO'OS^^MASfp 



l^reparietress. 



(iiosvciior Hotel, Mrs J (' Morrison, Halifax, N S, S'.'.Mt. ■sIii.imi. IXtra. None. 

II ALIFAX HOTEL. I! Hfsslcins .V Sons, Halifax, N S, .i>L'..->iMo s:',.ihi. S|KMial. Kxtra. Kivc 
I .SV ( mil- iiiiiji IMS 

HALIFAX HOUSE. Mrs M Kriars, SI, John, N I?. -I.no. S|M<ial. None. None. 
,S'( ( iidii /Kii/i .'i I 4 

Hasliiius Honsf, Toulcs Isiier, Halifax, N S, s| .00 to ■■?! .L'.".. s;i."iO to s|.:,(). Kxtra. None. 
Ilatlifld House, A ,1 Hatliold, Middlclon, N S, Jl.OO. :*.".. no. None. None. 

HAWTHORNE HOUSE. ,l(i White, Marjcarcfs Ba.\ Hoail, llx Co. •'fil.iiii. jsLiioio S.Viio. None. 
None. S' ( ((ill- /iiKi, l!tL' 

HILLSDALE HOUSE. Joseph Foster. .\nna|.()lis, N S. $1 ..".o to .■i'J.no. sd.iMi to .*lu.(iu. N<.ne. 
Nuiie. .V" '"''• /'";/'■ I'il 

Hotel Anieriean, H A Kliviiartl. I'ielou. N S, SI.Om. IVr atrreeineiii . None. None. 
JOTEL AMERICAN. I- K DinKjanson, Wolfvilh-, N s, :?i.:.o to .slmhi. -^:..n(i lo s.s.nu. i-i-ee. 

OTEL AMERICAN, t'assin v< rhislK.lin, Moncton, N H. 81 .."'"i.. .s'j.nii. Siiecial. L'.'. els. S\.niK 

Si I iiilr iiiiiii I'.IS 

OTEL AMERICAN. K C Fanld's. Truro, N S. sI.l':. to >l ..-.o. .s;.-,.oiMo .<s.oo. None. N.)iu'. 

Si-r iiilr (iiiiji '>'!'< 
OTEL BRUNSWICK, (ieo MeSwcenev, Moncton. N I'., si'.uii to SL'..Vi. .•S7.0II to siL'.dii. Free. 
>;|.(HI per day. in hotel free. ■'^<' '"''■ /"';/' •"><•!) 

HOTEL CABOT, K (iillis, Sydney. N S. .'<l ..Vi to .sl'.oo. Speeial. K\trii. Fiee, 
.SV I Kill- jiiii/i .")■_';! 

HOTEL BAIE DES CHALEURS, (i K Mcreier. |t,illinn>ie. N i;. SL.-.o. s,-, t.-.x?. Free. Kxtra- 
Si !• iiilr jiiiiir I 7'! 

O OTEL ACADIA (smnnier resort), I (' Hall, (irand Traiailie. I' K I. >2 u(i. .-,s (lo |o .sKi.uii. 



None. Nolle Sri mil- jitnn |s7 

XT OTEL CENTRAL, .1 W Sel fridge, Wolfville, N S. .SI. •'>•!. ■^7.'"'. Free. Frei 

4.S1 



Si'i i(ilr pidjc 2i'l 



Frederic ton, N. /?.] 



LIST OF HOTELS. 






QUEEN ST. 

Fredericton, 
\ B. 



The first Class 
Hotel of the City. 



MOST BEAUTIFULLY SITUATED, 

('oiHindiHliuLi (I jidl 
I 'irir of fhr A'oh/r 
Hirer S<(iiil Jitlm. 



i^i^i^ni\t^it(ii^ 



TinnuMli;iti>ly in front of tlic Ifotcl arc the extensive .Militai'y (Irounds 
wliei'e the I. S. ('. IJand diseourses .s\veet(>st nnisie <hnin^- tlie sinniner aflei' 
noons, thus niakinu this one oftlieniost (U'siiahle spots foi- rest and jdeasnre- 
seekei's, Tourists and Travellers. l{.\ri;s : $L\(M> and $1.")0 per day. 



! 



V 



F. B. COLEMAN, 



Proprietor. 



483 



fnderictoft, AT ^.] 



I,IST OF HOTELS. 




\ ST. 

3ton, 



(^ 



/lass 
he City. 

;ITUATED, 

I Li (I jiill 

(' . \ 'ohir 

'lo/tll. 



Id- i\\\vv 

|>l('asiir('- 

tv. 



or. 






CITY HOTEL, 




'eJ 



MRS. CHAS. PARSONS, Proprietress 




(JoocI 5ta|^li^^g i^^ CohKectiot^. <^^ Term^ Moderate. 
Queen Street, [KiSrMn, ■ FREDERICTON, N. B. 

HolcU'liarlottc, ,1 Wilson, Si Jolin, X B, sl.dO. .S:!.fiO lo .Sl.itu ;•,(• cts. None. 

HOTEL DAVIES, J J Da vies. Charlottelown, P E I. .'"i'J 0(i. pecial. Free. Extra. 
jS'cc iidv iiiii/i'. 472 

HOTEL DUFFERIN. H Lelloi Willis. St John, \ B, s2 .".o to s:!.iin. Special, .to cts. Free. 
Src, (tilv jHlije oOH 

Motel Diimpliy. Thomas (J Saunders, Frcileiicton, X H. .Sl.oo. .<!.im). l'.") cts. Xonc. 

Hotel Fvanjielino, G A Wliilel)one, Halilax, N s, .•i;l '_>.") to .SI.. ">0. .'«-."..(iu to .•^T.ou. Fxlra. Xonc. 

Motel Fivanifeline. WnHiavin, rarrshoio, N S, .•sl.TiO. .S4.00 to .■<7 no. Free. Free. 

Hotel Leonard, Charles K Leonard, Hampton Station, N H, -sl.iHi. -SI. do. Free. Extra. 

Hotel Ottawa, Klislia Cosnian, St John, X 15, .^j;! oo. .'*l.()n to .<">.oo. ;j(i ets. None. 

Hotel Koyal, IJH.MeNntl. Sprinjiliill, N S, .>^l..">() to s2 (di. .^r.oo 2."i et.s. Free. 

HOTEL RUSS, -1 H Kiiss, Sumnicrside, I' K I, .SI. ."id. Speeial. Free. 
Sff iiil.r jKiiie 521 

Hotel Savoy, ."Mrs I Urittain, Koekiniiham, N S, sl.2."» to $l..">n. j;.") on None. None. 

Hotel Spa, 1) Miiir, .Jr, Middletou, X S, sl,2.">. Special. None. Free. 

HOTEL STANLEY, J M Fowler, St John, X 1$, .Sl.."iO. .S5 i hi to ss. Oo. ;i(i ets. Free. 
Si'f mil- IKli/i' ."ild 

Hotel Tliormlike. Geo T Schultz, Liver|)ool. N S. .sl.uo. I'er ajrreement None None. 

Hotel Windsor, 1' Gallasrhcr, Dorchester, N H, .><2.oo to .'*3.iH). .<H.oo to .Sl.">.it(). Free. ."lOc per day. 

1NDIANT0WN HOTEL, W S Ferris, StJohn, Xl$, .SI to SI 2.".. !?:'. 1o .*.">. .->Oto75cts. None. 
Src lido iiiiijir ."(14 

Inch Aran, (Jaunt, Dalhousie, N B, .S2.00 to ."i:"..!)!! .sju oo to .si.-,.(M) 2."> ets None. 

INTERCOLONIAL HOTEL, DO'Keefe, Campliellton, N B, slOo .si..-,(l tos.-,.()(). Free. None. 
,SV(' (/'/(• iiiiiji- 4i>lt 

International Motel, .lohn MeKinnon, Sydney. N S, .SI. no. i?.").oO. Free. Noite 

INTERCOLONIAL HOTEL, Arthur W Dixon, Saekville, N 1$, $1.2.-. Sl.mito SV'"i. Free. Extra. 
Sec ililv iiiii/r ,")()i> 

Karnes Mouse. Wni Karnes, Woodstock, X 1$, SI <•(!. #;! no. 2.") ets. Free. 
Kennedy's Motel. A Kennedy v< Son. St .Vndrews. N I?, S2.IM). Speeial. 2."p ets. Free. 
Kent Motel, (ieo A lr\ in},', Kichilincto, N 1$, .51.50. :s4.oo. Free. .".(> els. 
Kentville Hotel. Miss .M Lytnis, Kentville, X S, .s|..-,0 If.".. (to to .S7 00. Free. None. 
KiiiiT's Hotel, .1 W Kinj;-. !iUnenl)ur^r, N S, .><1 .".(i to .^2.00 Special. 2.-> ets. 75 ets. 

TAKE VIEW HOUSE, Patrick . I Wyall. Maruarels Hay Koad, N S, ,S2 (jo. iJilo.tlO. None. None. 
J Ser illlr jlll'lr 4'.*S 

Lamsdowne lIoUHC, Miss Doherly. Canipl»ellton, X 15, fl.oo. .^4.50 to .S.".oo. Free. N(Mie 

483 



Frederictot), N. B.^ 



LIST OF HOTELS. 




m:. 



QUEEN HOTEL 



Fredericton, N. B. 

This Hotel is finely situated on Queen Street, over- 
looking the River St. John, in close proximity to the 
Parliament Buildings and the Anglican Cathedral. 

IT IS EQUIPPED TO ACCOMODATE 

MANY GUESTS, AND THE 

CUISINE IS EXCELLENT. 

1 here are large Stables attached, and neat teams can 
be had by those who wish to enjoy the beauties of the 
surrounding country. There is everything in connection 
to contribute to the enjoyment of the tourist. 



(i^^s^^td^c^^e^i^s^c^f^frs^ 



J. A. 




Frontor. 









^'R^^ 



484 



fndericton, N. />'.] 



LIST OF HOTELS. 



LORNE HOTEL, 



^ W V^t't!' 



Nos. 33 and 35 REQENT STREET, 

Fredepicton, N. B. 



EDWARD F. QUINN, 



Proppietop. 



«"lii''Mil .i'M.iI''ik"1u1"i.i' ul"li.'"l, ii"lul"<iil''U.">ui"lul" 



TERMS 



$1.00 PER DAY. 



(\)nv(MU(Mit to l*ul>lir l)nihlini;s. 



Modern luiprovemeut. 



JANSDOWNE HOUSE. S B Kolkins, St, .Tolin, N H, $1.2:.. $7.00. ;!0 cts. Noue 
J Sec ado piuje 515 

Linvlor Hoiisf, Tlioiiiiis Lawlor, St, Slcplicii, N IJ, sl.i"i. l!;l.(H) to •S4.i>(t. 25 (!ls. None. 

IEARMONT HOTEL, A II Lfarmont, Tniro, N S, .yi.OO. S|tocial Non.'. Free. 
J Src Olio pdi/t' 525 

Loiiifs Hotel, B A Everett, Frederieton, N B, $l.ii(i to $I.5ti. $;!.5(i to $5.00. 25 cts. Free. 

IORNE HOTEL, Kilward F Qiiiim, Frederieton, \ B, $I.{M1. $;!.(Mt. 25 ets. Free. 
J Sci' iiilr jjU(/(' 485 

Lome Hotel, II Akerley, St .lolm. N B, $1.00. $:!.0() to $5.00 50 to 75 ets. 

ORNE HOUSE, .John S Lonias. Ilaiilax, N' S, $1.,".0 to $2.(io. $s.()(» to $12.00. K.xtra. None. 

Scf (iilc /'";/(' 4'J3 



V 



IOUISBURG HOTEL, Mrs B E Ilanley. Loiiislmry. N S. |1.6n. $t;.00 to $S.OO. Kxtra. Free. 
J Sri' mil' iniije. 496 

IOUISBURG HOUSE, Mrs M Slattery. Louishnrir, N S, %\ to $1.50. $4 to $5. Extra. Free. 
J <SV(' inlc imi/i' 497 

f.ovett House, Mrs M Uoekett, Halifax, N S, $1.00 to $1.50. $1.00 to $8.00. Extra. None. 

LOURE LODGE (sninuier resort), Mrs de Baliuiiard, Diijhy, N S, |2.00. $10.00. None. None. 
Sue adv jiiiye 479 
Lyons Hotel, Hy Wipper, Kentville, N S. .•?l.25. .•*i;.0(i. Free. Free. 

AITLAND HOUSE, W L MeLellan, Truro. .N S. .sl.oo to $l .25. $l.i)iMo $5.0i(. None. None. 

,SV'c (/(/(' /xii/e, 625 

Mansard Hotel, Ednuind Simpson, I'.'titcodlae, N B, .$1.25. lijiU.oo to .$5.00. None. Extra. 

Maratlian House, James .\ Pettes. (irand .Manan. N B. iii! 1.00 to .si. 50. Speeial. None. Moderate. 

MACT/'ENZIE, HOUSE, H H MaeKeuzie, Sydney, N S. .si. 25 to $1.50. .1ii4 to !!!;5. Extra. Free. 
J\^ Sec adv payc 522 

MeLellan House, Thomas MeLellan, North Syilney, C B, .'$1.00 to $1.50. Special. Noue. None. 
McLeod House, Mrs J H McLeod, Auuapolis, N S, |1.50. $7.00. Free. None. 

48s 



M' 



Fredericton, N. B.\ 



LIST OF HOTEl-S. 




l3i!.i-~E^=i=i 


.1 


'■"-r^Z-~ -.:,^^=-^- 




1 


*^^Wr^»H;^y^^^|^^^^jg|^^^ 



WAVERLEY HOUSE, 



n^^^^^ \ ^^^ww^' 



w^www^wwww^ 



No. 29 and :n rb:(;ent street, 

FREDERICTON, New Brunswick. 



('onvenient to I'ublic Buildings and Steamer Landing 
All Modern Improvements. 



TERMS $i.oo PER DAY. 
SAMPLE ROOMS ERI-:i<:. 



Good Stabllngr in Connection. 



Fine Tupnouts always on hand. 

J. B. GRIEVES, Proprietor. 



486 



Ghee Bay, C B.\ 



LIST OF HOTI< LS. [Grand Tracadie Beach, P. E. / 




-.rl^^.l >* 



■.-,'««5Ji 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND THE GARDEN OF THE GULF. 

HOTKL ACADIA, 

GRAND TRACADIE BEACH. 

rniiviiUril as .1 lltiiltli aixl rliiisiiie Kfsort. Siii I and Still Wattr liatliiiit;. lioatiiiK iiiid I'ishin^. TIil- C\iisine is of 

Niitfd Km'iHiih"''. Only l-oiir Miles Ironi lUiU'drd K. K. Station. Twd Trains Daily IKnn Cliarlottclown 

met l)y carriaicfs lioni llii.- liotil. 'Iluon.uli I'arc to Hotel and Kelnrn, One Dollar. 
Terms, Jj ik) ))er day ; j^ to jiti per week. Oi)eiis June i^tli. 

J C. HALL. 



PETRIE HOUSE, 




LITTLE GLACE BAY, C. B. 

Finest Sample Rooms in Town, MRS. B. petrie, Proprietress. 



Xeams to Meet All Trains. 



MERIMAC HOTEL, Rufus Iliilc, Antiiionisli, N S, $1 r.O Jjii+.OO to S: oo. 2:>cls. .-)Octs. 
•Sir iu\v jKllJf 405 

MIDDLETON HOTEL, (" <; Dtxlso, Miildldou, N S, .«il.2r.. Sp.rinl. Free. Km'. 

Miirpliy lloU'l, Mrs G W Miirpliy, .Xiidover, N 1$, §1 mi. ii:',.m. Frcf. Free. 

MURPHY'S HOTEL, Thoinns Muriiliy. Dallioiisic. N 15. s|..-,(i. $7.(mi to .sii.ou. Free. Kxir.n. 
Sec iiilr /iiiiii- 47S 

MYRTLE HOUSE, W S Troop, l)iirl)V. N S, $1..-.(M(>, mi. .ss.ho lo ;?12.00. None. None. 
,SV*- ((-/(■ pn<ie 4.S() 

New Uniiiswiek Hotel. (MI MeConnuck. St .loliii. N 15. .si .nil to .s| .2.".. .•sl.On to iji.-i.tio. :!ii els. None. 

NEWPORT HOUSE, F MeMantis. St .John. N l'., .si. 00. $4 00 to $5,00. ;iO cts. None. 
Set' adc ftaije 515 

487 



HALIFAX, N. S. 



LIST OF HOTELS 



-\^THE 



Halifax Hotel, 







Tlie ^ivat inipi'ovcincnts and additions 
made to tliis popnlai' Hotel witliin the 
: • n lew years have now placed it in the 
ranks as one of tlie foremost Hotels in 
Canada. It contains now upwards of two 
hundred hedi-oonis, with ample aeeonnno 
dation tor at least :{.")(> quests. The spacious 
Dininu' Hall lias a seating cai)acity for i^Od 
persons. The I*arlors, Ifeadinn l^oom and 
('haml)ers are all comfortahly filled u|> and 
supplied with all modeiii improvemenls. 
Incandescent lights throughout the whole 
laiildinn', in hotli corridors and rooms. An 
attractive Consei-vatoi-y and magnificent 
outlook over the harbor, which is admired very much l»y tourists, is a|> 
proached from the Ladies' INu'lor. Also one of the latest imprctved Klectric 
J'asseiiucr Klevators Ixmiil;' added for the convenience of its quests -the only 
one of its kind in the l*rovinces. 

The Cuisine is of the Finest, 

And the I'roiirietors are safe in savin*;' that those who may honor them 

with thi'ir patronage will feel satisfied with 

their visit to Halifax. 



H. HESSLEIN & SONS, 

488 



Proprietors, 



I. 



Mditioiis 
liin the 
t ill tlic 
lolcis ill 
Is of two 
ccoiniHo 
'Spacious 
y foi- 200 
!<M)in .111(1 
<l ii|) aixl 

)V('lll(Mlls. 

lie whole 
>ins. All 
ij^niru'ciit 
^s, is a|)- 
I KIccfric 
-tlio only 



Ktr tliL'iii 



' r 



Halifax, N. S.\ 



LJST OF HOTELS. 



The American House, 



•J:]0 A1{(JVI.K STUKKT, 



H-^A^LiB^^ ix:, isr. s. 



MF^S, HARriOAN, 



Prc3prietress. 



Permanent and Transient Boarders Accommodated at Reasonable Rates. 






46 North St, HALIFAX N. S. 

MRS. J. McLEAIiy Proprietress. 

Oni' Mimilc frimi l)f|>ni. (;iu'sls cjin silways he near Dcpol aiulircl Brcakfasl Itcforc ilic train icivfs. 

Hal!' nrmiilc I'ntm Klcctric cai" lini'. N'u-c Airy Honiiis. Parties arriviiiii- l)y l>nat uill llnd 

lliis llnli'l (iiii- oC ilic inosl coiiNeiiiriil aiiii plfasanl in llic City. Kati-s arc X'cry M.ujoralc. 

VTEW ROYAL HOTEL, C A .Ionian. I)ii;liy, N S, sl.r.tt. $7.tH> to :?l(i.(Ht. N.m.-. Extra. 

J^ .SVc iiih- iHlili- 1S() 

NEW VICTORIA HOTEL, .1 1. MrCosk.Tv, St .lolm. N H, !«;l'.ii(i to !i<i.'.:.n. Sprcial. ;:o cts. Kxtra. 
Sci- (till- /iili/r ."ill7 



0= 



Norfolk llonsr, Mrs Mnrray, New (ilasfjow, Jil..")!!. Special. Ffec. Extra. 

North Shore House (siiniincr resort), (ieo Beairslo, ,Ir, Malpe(|iie. I'KI. Special. Special. None. None. 
kXFORD HOUSE- A McNnIt, Trnro. N S, $1(10. .si.doto «;r..(iii. None. None. 

,SV(' tiilr tuiije 52ti 

1>ARKER HOUSE. Mrs W H Tavkor, Disihy, N S, .Hsl.LV.. .$(! i»0 to iifT.dO. None. Non.'. 
Sii- iiilr jiiKif 48(1 

1>ABJKER HOUSE. M W Ainslcy. Trnro, N S, ^\M. Special. Free. Free. 
Si'i' ildl' jiililr ."i2(i 

I'ark Hotel, Mrs I'arks, St (ieorire, N 15, §1.25. JC.OO. Free, .".(i els. 

J>EOPLES HOTEL. \Vn< Wilson, St .lohn. N », 81. 0(Mo $!..-.(). Special. None. None. 
(SVc (((/(• JHllfl- ."il.") 

HEPPERELL HOUSE. K M.icLeau, Lonisbnrjr. N S, 7,'. els to §1.(10. !3i;! to )jj;4. Extra. None. 
Si-r iiilr jiiuji' 4D7 

HETRIE HOTEL- Mrs H I'etrie, Little (ilace Hay, B, .ijil.od. S;.-,.(lo to jjsc.oo. Free. .Vi ets. 
,SV<' (nlf jKiiiv 487 

Pleasaut View llousie (sunnner resort), M Smith, llumptou, Keasouable. Reasonable. None. Noue. 

489 



Hedford, N. S. 



IJST OF HOTELS. 




Belle Vue Hotel, 



BEDFORD, N. S. 



W ! 



TKe most Fa^Kiohyable ^vimmer l^e^oK \\\ NoVa 5cotia. 

BOATING, 15ATHINO, FISHING, Etc. 

Trains within one mimitc's walk of the House at all lioiirs of the «lav. 



: 



"^^TM. '^39'££«eiO£r, 



490 



Halifax, N. .9.] 



LIST OF HOTELS. 



bl, 



Scotia. 



I lie (lav. 



i 



1 



The QjaivXeion House, 

(■„r. .\iyyl..&IVimvSts.. HALIFAX, N. S. 



Hiiuatioii Very Central, yet IMeasaiit ami Jtetlnul. 

X'isitors to tlir city for a few days, wrt'ks or montlis will t'liul llic ( aki i roN \\ hnnulikr and 
dosirahle resicK'ncc. 

'I't'rnis: 'I'ransicnt guests, $i to $2 a day ; $5 to $10 n week 
IVrmaneiU hoard $4.50 to $8 a W'l'ek. 



No lifjiiors sold. 



I". W. liOWES. Proprietor. 



CENTRAL HOUSE, 



Corner Prince and Granville Streets, 



Opp. V M. C \. and 
House Assembly. 



HALIFAX, N. S. 



MISS A. M. PAYSON, 

Fermanent and Transient Boarders. Transient Boarders, $1.25 and $1.50 per day. 

The aliove house is run on strictly 'I'emperance principles. 



J> ORTER HOUSE. W II Towiislioml. Kcntville, N S, si..".ii. .vc.oo. Free. Frt'c. 
Siv iidr iiiii/i- 411(1 

Point. (In Chene House, .Tohii McDonald, Point du Clipne, -iiil.oo. $4.00. Norn-. None. 
Power Ilonso, M Power, IJathnr.st, N B, $1.")0. $4.00 to !?.'..oo. 2r, cts. Kxtra. 
I'resfott Honse, Mrs T C Wasliinsfton, St John, N H, $1.2.".. Special. :U)cts. None. 
Presto Honse, H Musgrave, North Sydney, C B, Jli.r.o. Special. Free. None. 
Prince of Wales Hotel, A L .McKen/.ie, Trnro, N S, Special. Special. None. None. 
Provincial Hotel, Thomas Andrew, Halifax, N S, .$1.00 to .? 1.2."). $4.0(t to .fOOO. Extra. None. 
Queen Hotel, David McXaiuara, Parrsboro, N S, $1.,">0. Special. Free. None. 

QUEEN HOTEL, C A Perkins, Annapolis, N S. ,$1..")0. -SO.oo to |lt.OO. Free Free. 
Set' (idf imtje 4(!4 
aUEEN HOTEL. P P Airhil)ald, Charlottetown, P E I. §1.50 to .•>!2. .fr.. to .*f<. Free. Extra. 
.S'ee adr intiji'. \~'S 
QUEEN HOTEL, John A Edwards, F'redericton, N l'>, $2.()(»to .s2.."')0. ^iK-cial. 2.". cts. Free. 
Svr (ulv iHKje \M 
Queen Hotel, Jas P Fairl)anks, Halifax, N S, .'?2.00 lo !J2..">0. Per .igreenient. Extra. Free. 
Queen Hotel, A McKinn<Mi, Moncton, N B, $1.00 to . $1.2'.. Sl.OO to $."i.00. Free. Extra, 

491 



Halifax, N. .9.] 



LIST Ol' HOTKI-S. 



GLOBE HOTEL, 

277 Barrington St , H A LI FAX. N . S. 

CKNTRALLV KOCATKI). Electric Cars Pass the Door. TERMS MODERATE. 



EDMUND Mcdonald, 



Proprietor. 



f^lmwood House, 






13 to 15 South Street, Cor. of Pleasant, 
Electric cars I'ass the 



H. C. PREEDY, 



PROPRIETOR. 



Most Pleasantly Situated Overlooking the Harbor. 
F'itted Throughout with All Modern Improvements. 



TTAWTHORNE 
■"■ HOUSE, 



Margaret's Bay Road, 

Halifax, N. S. 



J. O. WHITE, 



Fr ojDri ©tor 



This Hotel, situated on the Margaret's Bay Road, (one of the finest drives in Halifax), is 6 miles 
from the City. Parties stopping here will receive every attention. 

492 



,.;„;„,,. HALIFAX, N. S. 



s. 

DKRATK. 



Halifax, N 5.] 



TJST OK HOTFXS. 



LAKE VIEW HOTEL 

PATRICK J. WYATT. - Propiieiur. 

Margaret's Bay Road. HALIFAX COUNTY. 

7'^ MILES FROM HALIFAX. 

BEAITTIFITI^ ROAnS. FINE SCENERY. 

20 Lakes in view from the Hliie Mountains, wlieie the Tourist will find good Fishing. 






. s. 



R. 



Road, 

■. s. 



is 6 miles 



LORNE HOUSE, 

81, 83, 85, 87. 89 MORRIS STREET, 

# — " -^ -^ Halifax, M. S. 



First-class Family Hotel for Transient or Permanent Guests. 

Situated in a Pleasant Locality, within a few minute; walk of the Post Office, Academy of Music, 
Public C'.ardens, Skating Rink and Business Part of City. 

Blectplc Caps within a Minute's Walk. 



Opposite the Cathedpal 

LARGE ROOMS, 

GOOD TABLE. 



ATTENTIVE SERVANTS, 

HOT and COLD BATHS. 



TELEPHONE CONNECT 



^^^^ .M,„iy ,KTso„«i!y o, .,v i.etuM to jQHN S- LOMAS, Proprietor 



Q' 

Q' 



Queen Hotel. B Diivison, IMctou, N S, .*1.0i>. .$4.iiu. None. None. 

kUEEN HOTEL. Wm Auate, S( .lolin, N U. .«il..-)U to $'J.(io Special. :?(i cts. K.xtra. 

Sec adv paijc .08 

^UEEN HOTEL, 1' Dolu-rty, Sn,s.se.\, N B, fl.r.O $.'..("• ami upwards. None. Extra. 

Si'f iidv ,>iiijc 521 

QUEEN HOTEL. J W Smith, St Stephen, N B, ^l..")!). Special. !'.-> cts. Free. 
iSir "dr jHli/r ,j|8 
Unecn HolPl, JKColwell, Woodstock, N B, ijil-OO. .$;!.(H). 25 cts. Free. 
QUEEN HOTEL, K M Nichols, Varnioutii, N S, $l.5(t to $;i.o(i. Special. 2.'. cts. Kxtra. 
Railway House, .Joseph B(»ulillier. Sytlney, C B, 7."> cts. !ji;!..".(i. Free. None. 
Revere Hotel, Mrs 1) Desmond. Campl)ellton, N B, .fl.ot). .§;}.00 to $5.00. Free. Kxtra. 
Revere House, Mrs Thos Muridiy, Truro. N S, ^I.OO. $3.5(i to JI.OU. None. None. 

493 



^: I 



//,i/i/,i\, JV. S.] 



MST OF HOPKLS. 



Hilhborous^h, N. /.'. 



PEVERE HOUSE 

NORTH STREET, Opposite I. C. R. Station. 



HALIFAX, 



Nova Scotia. 



m^^^^^ 



PiRST-6LAss In Every Particul^ : 



Olasirges L/£ocier£ite 



J. S. PRIEST, 



M P* 



Proprietor. 




HILLSBORO, ALBERT CO., N. B. 

'I'liis lloifl is et'iit rally sitiiali'd — in close itroxlniily t(i all 1)UnIiisi's plnrcs. 
2 mimilc's walk from Uaihvay Station. 

LARGE ROOMS. GOOD TABLE. .*. MODERATE RATES. 

''*7e''i:m%nS'^,l"pfr°tSWife"bounty. ATSELL STEEVES, Proprietor. 

RIVERSIDE HOTEL, 

■.•.•^•_*.*.*.*.* • *.*.• • •.*.*.* • • • •.• •••••••••■•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••*•••■••••••••«•••••••••• 

•-•.•.•.•.•.•.•,•_•.• *• •.•.*.• • • •_• • • • •_• • •-* •••••••••••••••••♦•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••..•••••••••••»•»•••••, 

'I'liis Hotel is well a(Jai)lt'd for a few days l'"isliing, being alongside of 
.some of the finest streams and lakes in Halifax ('oiinty, and being only 
a ft!W miles from llie City a party can get out, have good sport and return 

the same day Terms Moclorato. 

John Ahearn^ - Proprietor. 




DINNERS AND LUNCHEONS 
AT SHORTEST NOTICE. 



Margaret's Bay Road, 



Halifax Co., N. S 






494 



<>iiK>u N. /;, 



cotia. 



ietor. 




: RATES. 

rietor. 



rietor. 

N. S 






l!„/ifii.\, JV. S.] 



LIST OK IIOTKLS. 



nilhhor,r7'!^h, N. B. 



^ARD'S HOTEL, 



HIUI.SBORO, N. H 



Good Sample Rooms. 
Terms Moderate. 



Two Minutes walk from Station. 

Free Coaoh attend all Trains. 



James T. Ward^ Manager. 



HOTKI 



A' 



BERDEEN, 



KENTVILLE, NOVA SCOTIA 



(» 



r,)^'^ 



specially adapted for 'lOURlSTS and COMMERCIAL TRADIi. 

WEI.L FURNISHED R00M5. 

dOOD 5AnPLE ROOn.^. LldHTCD THROUdHOUT BY 

ELECTRICITY, 
and only a few steps from the Railway Station. 

Wllrlr ACC^OMMODATE ho (;uESTS. 



>£V£RE HOUSE, M IJusscll, IJiiduftowii, N S. si.ihi t<» Si.:.ii. *,-) imm<> sr oo. lTx-is. Fruo. 

\, Svf iiilr iiilf/c 4 (is 

>£VERE HOUSE, .1 S I'riosl, lliililiix, N S. .*i|.-.'o i.. .s|..-,ii. .s.-,.ni) tc, S7.(i(». Kxlra. None. 

\, Si'c aihi jxn/f l!ll 

{EVERE HOTEL. 1' S Uiowii, (■liiirloUoidwn. I' i: I. .*i. i<. si.v). .•«.-) to §7. Krc-c Kxlni. 
I Srr inll^ lilKJf 474 

> EVERE HOTEL, Nat I).ih«rtv, I'iclon, N S, iJil.Sn to >i.'.«iii. 5;7.i»0 to sIo.om. 2.") cts. Frcu. 
\ ,SV'(' (iilv pilijc. (02 

RIVER VIEW HOTEL. IVUt Anlu-r, . Iiiilluiiii. N r. .<1 |.. Jil..-.n. iiiil to .^.V 25 cts. Kxini. 
•SVfi adc itai/f 47<l 
KivcrSiilf Hotel. Alfred Tlioriiloii, llartliuid. N I!. 7.". els. to .$1. mi. .<;:!. ii(( to .S5.()U. r><lcts. .Micis. 

RIVERSIDE HOTEL. J Aliern, St Mariiiirofs Hav Koad, H\ Co. N S, $1.ihi. $.-,.(MI. None. None. 

Kiverside Hotel, J K Sloeker, nroiiioelo, N 15. .•$!.. '.n. $I.imj to $:..ihi. None. Free. 

495 



Kenh'ilk, N. S. 



LIST OF HOTELS. 



Louisbur^, C. II. 



Porter House, 



KENTVILLE, NoVA ScOTiA. 



TKe Fihe^t FvH-Ki^Kec| Hotel \t\ tKc Ahr\a|3oli^ Valley. 

KATES $!.:)(► VVM DAY. 

Oood Sample Rooma. L^arge, Airy Bed Rooms. 

FIRST CLASS TABIvB. 



^W^_ 






IP:I?0-p_ 



THE L0U18BURG HOTEL 






MRS. B. HANLY, Ppoprietpess. 

This Hotel lias lurii newly ai«l thoiounlijy titted ii|) with all the 

Modern Conveniences. 



GOOD CUISINE AND MODERATE RATES. 



FREE 'BUS TO AND FROM STATION. 



During tlie SiimiiuT months the l.ucaHty of the old and liislotir town is adniiiahly situatutl for 
'I'oiirists and all wishing to cscapu the heat of towns. 

noon PiwiiiNti (;koi'ni>5s in thf: vicinity. 



LOUISBURG, 



Cape Breton. 



496 



ishur^, C. B. 



Valley. 



Rooms. 



'iT-O-p. 



[EL 



nil the 
OM STATION. 

■ situatL'd for 



eton. 



l.ouishtrg, C. /?.] 



T,IST OF HOTET-S. 



lOUISKURG HOUSE, "^^^^ 






^ww*%wwww^^^^^^^'*^^^^^^^^^^^w^\ 



Louisburg, 



Gape Breton. 



lii'st acconiniodatiou is jj^ivcii to (Jiicsts and C'onnneirial Travellers. 

Bates per Day : $1.00 to $1.50. Bates per Week: $4.00 to $5.00. 

Meals served at all hours and at Reasonable Rates. 

Splendid view of the Harbor and Town from the verandah of the above Hotel. 



pepperell House, % 

LOUISBURQ, Cape Breton, 
RONALD McLEAN, - Proprietor. 

MEAhS AT Altir HOURS. 

Every AUeiitioii Paid to the Accommodation ot Guests. 

Knlicrlxin Hotel, (ic(» KdIumIxmi. Biilluirsl. N B, Sl.r.n. S|n(iiil. 25 els. Kxlrn. 

1>0SE BANK HOTEL (>*iiiiiii"'i' iC!<oi> )• Mi^^sA Ketclimn. Kolliesuy, N B. Special. Speeial. None. 
\ None. St'v Hil.V pilijf '>\*\ 

T>OSE COTTAGE HOTEL, K I' Uockwell, Wollville, N S. .•$l..-|(tto.<i2. IVr airieeinnit. Free. Free. 

|\ Si !■ iiilr juvii ■'>;!() 

ROYAL HOTEL, A A Adams, Cftinplteilluii, N B. }:i..Vi. j?,'..!)!) to .'jr.HK. Free. Kxtra. 
,S'('( iiilv /)((;/(• 471 

Ifovnl Motel, Mrs A Bal»iii, Kdinnndstoii, N B, .$1..5i). .Moderate, Free. Free. 

Knval Motel. Mrs B Alliertou, Frederictoii, N B, .'iiil.Oii. .^.i-noio ,«i.-,.(M(. l'."> els. Speeial. 

Koval Hotel. .1 \V Salterio, ilalilax, N S. $l.'jr. to Jl..".n. IVr aureenieiit. Kxtra. Free. 

Koval Hotel. H (• I'ray. Triiro, N S, .fl.uO. Speeial. None. None. 

ROYAL H(Xr£L, Kavmond .>; Doherty, St .lolin, N B, .<i;!.0o. Special. :;m cts. ."lOcls. 
.S'('< mil- jiiti/f ."ioK 

ROYAL HOTEL, .1 W Beckwilli. Wolfville, N S. .SI-'iiMo .S-J.im .-.-. ihi lo J;'.».(iii. Free _ Free. 
Sir mil- juiili ">'Jlt 

SAINT CROIX HOUSE, Thos Finlcy, St Stephen, N 13, .liLiMi. :;!;!. ."'iMo .SI .no. •_'.-, I'is. None. 
,S'( / (((/(• /"/;/< ."lilt 

Saint lohn Motel, .1 A Burns, St .John, N B, .SI .mMo |l .L'.-|. $1 .on to !ji,"..(iii. :!m cl>. Free, 
Se:!side Hulel, 1' A (irani, I'ort Mtllfjravc, N S, .SI.,'.!!. $7.(Mt. Free. Free. 

497 



V. 



Moncton, N. />'.] 



LIST OK H<)TK1,S. 




H OTEL AMERICA N, 

*# V» *r V> 

MONCTON, N. B. 



i^^^H^^-^-'- 



^^^^.^ 



Well and faxorably known l)\ Commercial I raMJlcrs, and admitUtUy 
the Best $1.50 per day House in tin; Province. 

Nice lar_Lje, l)ri_L,dit, airy Bedrooms. .\ll Modern Improvements. i'.xcel- 
lent .Attendance. Cuisine I'nexci'lled. 

First-class Harber Shop in connection. I'^lectric Cars pass the door 



CASSON & CHISHOLM, - Proprietors. 



\ 



\ 



498 



Middkton, N. S. 



T,IST OF HOTET,S. 



IVIiddleton Hotel, 

• •••••••••••••a*************************** • • • •»•••■•••• • ••••••••••••• 



HIDDLETON, ANNAPOLIS CO., N. S. 




4 



a 



C. G. IDOIDGrE, :Pz?o-pz?±e^oz?. 



Ci'iitrally Located. T\w lloiiu" of Coinnicrcial Travi'llors. 

Passengers eoiiveye<l to and from tlie Station I'^ree of ( 'liai'^c 
Cliarj^cs Moderate. I*'irst-('la.ss Livery Stable in eoinieetion. 

GOOD SAMPLE KOOMS. 



l-xccl- 






S£ ASIDE HOTEL, >ns .las McDonaltl. I'oiiitdii Clicnc N U. .$Mo8l..".". ^rlloS".. None. None. 
Sir iiilr jiiiiif 50;! 

Scii^iilc n<)icl (siimiiii'i- resort ). .lolm Ufwsoii, Kiislico. 1' K 1, SI to.-il ."i(i. ^fiTlosiO. N((iif. Xniicv 

Sliinv's ll(>t«'l ( siniiiiicr rcsoi'i ). Mrs Sliaw, Hracklcy r<»in(, 1' K I. s| to . SI ."><>. Siicciiil. None. None 

SHERMAN HOUSE. .Mrs K M noldsuoi-th. Sliiilieniiejidie, N S, .Sl.iiii. .s.i.iiii. Free. .".Kcls. 
Sir mil- /iiiiii' ,"i2" 

Shon's Hotel, Miss Short, Dlnliy, N S, .isl.^n. .ss.ou. None. None. 

siMilii's Motel, K W Siiiith, Uriduewater. N S, $1.om. .ril.niMo .•iis.'i.dU. None. Kree. 

STANLEY HOTEL, AS.\nirphy, Trnro, N S. $\.M\. I'er ajiroeiuent. None. K\tra. 
Sri- Kill- pilijr 'i'i~ 

Sviliie.v Hotel, .'^yihu'V Hotel ("o, Sydney, e 15, .*iL'.(io (o $."..((0. I'er ai;reenient . Kstra. Free. 

I'eleurajili Mouse, I funlop Uros, Haddeek, \ S, Ifll.no to .y.'.iio. .Sr.ndto .sl'j.oii. Free. Free. 

I'eniiieranee Motel. Wni Koinniel, .Mnni. N I?. S.") ets. .«!.">.iiit. Noiu'. None. 

reni|ieranee llonse, l» .\ .ionali. retitcodiae, .N I?. .-=1.(10. liiil.iMMo .sl.oo. .None. Ncnie. 
Terrace Molel. Win Cnlhonn. .\ndiersl, N S. ^jl ..".d to ^•.'.00. S|>eelal. Free Free. 

Terraee Motel, 1' F .Melanson, Sliedlae, N I?, $l.t>ii. si. no. Free F\lra. 

Toronto Mouse. .M rs A T Seeord, St ,Iolin, N 1$, .si. no. .s:;.iin to .•*.">, u(l. llOci-. None. 

rreni.uit Motel. Tlios lieuner. Halifax, N S. ;."■ ets. to .SI .(Hi. .SI.(Mi to .'J.^.Od. K\tra. None. 
'■PREMONT HOUSE, Mrs A Loiiue. St .lolm, N n, .sl.oii lo .s|..-,(i. S4.o(Mo ^.'..oo. :;iiets. Fxtra 

I Si r llllr jiinii ."> Id 

I'lirner !lou>e. \V L Allerton. Woodstoek. N M. ^il.dd. .s:!..-,(i to .s,"i.iio. L'.'»els. None. 
Inion Motel. Stepheu (i.-irlaud, F.liiiu <'<u', N 1$. .sj.iio. s;!.(io. Free. ."lOets. 
Valley Mouse, (arlton Nelly, Kinjiston Station. N S, j;|.L'."., .-il.oo. Free, ."pdels. 
Vendoine Motel. W T Serihner. Manijitiui StMti(ni, N 1$. .'<l.."iO. S'ld", None. Fice. 

V'^ENDOME HOTEL, S McDearmid, New (ila-ijou, N S, i^l.rxi. S|ieeial. Free. Free. 
,SV ( iiili' I'lii/i ■">(I2 

\^1CT0RIA HOTEL, I) W MeConuiek, St John. N I'., sL'.do t,, .s;;.0(i. Special. Fxtra. Kxtra. 
,S'( (■ llllr jiiiiii ,")1 1 

Victoria Hotel, Newton Lee, Truro, N S, ij^l.od. ,<l,(iO. Moderate, Moderate. 

49') 



Momton, N. B.] 



LIST OF HOTELS. 



¥ HOTEL BRUNSWICK 






^^4 



^^# 

'^^':^ 















MONCTON, N. B. 



CANAnA. 



The Largest and best Located Hotel 

in the City. 

ACCOMMODATING 200 GUESTS 



SitiiaicMl in the centre of sjnieioiis grounds 
and snironnded by elegant shade tiec^s, making 
it si)eeially desirous (or Tourists in the summer 
season. 



GEO. McSWEENEY, - Prop. 



500 



'"^L. 

••|>1^ 



IGK 



TANADA. 



Hotel 



grounds 
iiiukiiiu; 
uinincr 



Prop. 



Newcastle, N. B.] 



LIST OF HOTELS. 



COMMERCIAL HOTEL. 



CHAS. P. ATKINSON, 



Proprietor. 



Tliis Hotel is centrally situated, two minutes' walk from Steamboat Wharf, in view of tlie 
Miramiclii River. 
Celebrated I'ishing locality. Intending sportsmen accommodated. 
I lacks to all trains and boats. Accommodation of the best, and prices moderate. 

lSrEWO-A.QTLE, N. B. 




:j^7r:^'>-^ 



^V\r a verley 
Hotel. 

John McKeen, - Proprietor. 

Ne^vrcastle, 

MIRAMICHI, N. B. 



riiis Hotel lias been lately enlargeil, j;i\iiij,' tine spacious rooin.s, tit t<(l witii all nuidern appliances. Hot 
and Colli Water Baths, &c., &c. 

Louited in the princi))al InisiiicsM part of the town, near Hanks, I'csl Otiiie. itc 

Teams to all trains and s*eainl)oiits. Fine trample Kodnis. 

ratronaf,'e fri»Mi Connnercial Tia\('lleis solicit eil. Tourists and Travellers will find this a ■•oinforlalde 
Home at moderate rates. 

Livery .Stalile in coirirection. First iliiss Teams may he IkkI :it wW hoirrs ami to airy part of the count \. 

Maj;iiitlceirt l'"rslrirri,' and Sport iiri,' locality. 

ELLIOTT HOUSE, Newcastle. N. B 

Formerly THE MITCHELL HOUSE. 

Newly furnished and refitted thi-orrghout. rermaneiit ami Transient Hoarders accommodated at reasonable 
rates. The most comfortable home for Tourists. Samjile Rooms furnished, (iood Stabling on the premises. 



MRS. WALTER J. ELLIOTT, 

501 



Proprietress. 



Neiv G/asgmv, N. S. 



LIST OF HOTELS. 



[Pictoii, N S 



HOTEL VENDOriE, 



NEARLY OPPOSITE R. R^DfcPOT ^PW GLASGOW, N. S. 



D. Mac-DeapnUd, 



^ M 



Proprietor. 



Recently Remodled and Ret u mis lied 

AND IS FIRST-CLASS IN 

EVERY RESPECT, 

CHIEF RESORT FOR TOURISTS AND COMMERCIAL MEN. 




mmmm. mm 



Kr^m^^ 



PICTOU, 






NOVA SCOTIA 




Is the Best Hotel in town. 
Accommodation for 75 Guests or more. 

Only oO Yards foom Depot, 
Good Connections Made with 

P, E, Island Boats and Cape Breton, 

NAT. DOH ERTy! PROPR i ET( ) R. 



Vu-toriii Hotel . T .1 Hoyor, Wootlntock. N IJ, S!l.:.(i. s;:..n(i to !$7.nO. 2.'. els. Kxtni. 

V/'ICTORIA HOUSE, Mrs 1' H FaiilkntT, l)iirl)y, N S, $l..-,ii |.. .s-j. >(7 to *1(». Noiir. Non.'. 
•S'cc ((</(• jiiiiii ISl 

Village II. )iisi'. i: l?nrltiili;f. Kcnlvillc, N S, sl.iiO. J:!.(HI to ^HKI. I'fcc. Nom-. 

WARD'S HOTEL, .las T Ward. Ilillsltoni, N B, * I '_>:.. .•$I.(mi to .'SC.od. Fn-c Kxtra. 
Scf mil- i>iiij, VX, 
\Vavcrli'\ Hotel. Mrs .\ i.axtcr, Caimiiiu;, N S, .*iil.."iO. .v.">.o(Mo fjiii.tM). Free. Kxtra. 



w 



AVERLEY HOTEL, .1 H (;ik'Vfs, Freik'rkton, N U, $l.(Kt. $:•... ".o. 2ri cis. Free. 

See adv paije 48U 

30a 



Pictou, N S 

V, N. 5. 

top. 

slied 




Depot , 
h'vlon, 

roR. 



None. 
<"/(• /"/(/( isi 



adv pai/e 48t> 






Point du Chcue, N. B.\ 



LIST OF HOTELS. 



[Sackviile, N. B 




imSIDl 




Point du Ohene, N. B. 

Ills IIOTLI. is thoroii^Iil^ (MiiiipiK'd with all tli<' t'onvciiiciu'cs ot a 
Kii'st-class SnuiiiKM- Resort, ajid overlooks the heaiitifiil lieach at 
Point (InChene. It is situated almost o[)posite the depot, and a :» inimite 
walk from I'. E. I. Steamboat Whaif. 

Good j^oatip^, Fisl^i)^ ai^d Excellcpt ^^vX [.^atlMpg. 

K.ATES m:oidek,a.te 



I'OR KURTHEk PARTICULARS AUDRKSS, 



MRS. JAMES McDON/VLD, Proprietress. 



+++t-l-++++++t+f=ft++4-++++++++++++++-H--H-+t+++++++tt++++ttttttttt±±±±li 




--+ 
--4- 



+■- 



Intercolonial Hotel, 



A. W. OIXON, 



OPPOSITE I. C. RAILWAY 
STATION, 



Proprietor. 
SACKVILLE, N. B. 




LARGE AND NEW SAMPLE ROOMS IN THE CENTRE OE THE 
BUSINESS PART OF THE TOWN. 

TEAMS TO THE TOWN FREE. 

TIkj N. 15. iV I', v.. Island Trains leave I. ( ". K. .Station opiinsite this Hoti-1 

I'assenj^iTs to anil from I'rincc Kdward Island can licrci find the best of ac 
conniiodation and at modiTatc rates, and can he sii|)|)lied with Teams to the 
Town and vicinity at all iionrs. 






503 



St. Andrmis, N. B.] 



IJST OF HOTELS. 



[St. George, N. H. 



f^aprasj- (.j -rtyTOTCT?r^yMCT ffig2ga22HI£^^ 



p. i 

H 

^*3 



t- 



1^. 



BAY VIEW HOTEL. 



CHAS. HORSNELL, 



Good SUibliiig in Connection. 



Water Street, 



Proprietor. 



Terms Moderate. 



% 






l.juXa.'OIO- 



'^?)!9mmimg^ 



St. Andrews N. B. 

P 



s;-^^V5sg':':fsV:r.«»\-w.;s^^f<-^\;i^^ >i?-.ssijs2/ 






ft 






THE LEADING HOTEL. 



BRUNSWICK HOUSE. 



JAMES KELMON, - PPopHetop. 



LIVERY STABLE IN CONNECTION WITH HOTEL. 



Coach at All Trains. 



St. George, N. B. 



i 



fi- 






I 

I 



504 



reorge, N. Ji. 




.>,.'-D^.. ■*.,.] 



/ 

E. I 



^ 



B 









.SV..M;/, A^. /?.] 



LIST OF HOTELS. 



Ti]f Clifton Hou- . .... 

IS the ino.st convciiiciit (l('|)jirtin^' point tor all tluit i.s woi-tli .seeing in 
St. flolni. It is (»n the hcst residence Streets, I'l^mtini'' <>n (ierniiiin 
jind Princess Streets, nnd one l)loci< from Kin_u, flie |»rinci|»jd luisiness 
Sfi'eet. Tlie Street Cni's ciin )>e rejiclied lint one Mock iiw.iv in three 
(liflerent «lirections, tlnis esc;i|>in^' tlieir noise. Tost Ollice jind U.inks 
are in the innnediate vicinity. 




The Clilliiii lia-. lu'fii siu-i-cssfiilly ri«iiilitcto<I muler llie presoiit iiiaiinKeiiient since iN ereclioii in 1S7S, 

A. N. PETER5, Proprietor. 

5°5 



St. John, N. /.'.] 



l.IS'l' OI' IIO'I'EI.S. 



TSHl. 




I DUFFERIN 



1> 



1\ 



^.•^^' 









ST. JOHN, N. B. 

lift ® ifi) ® 

Down By The 5ea. 

The only ll()t(>l in tlic I'rovincc luivin^ Uromuls lor llocivatiou 
and Opcn-iiii' ('oiiccrts. 

Sti'ictly l"'irst-('liiss in every detail. 

'riioronj^iily Ivenovated, Fiii'nished with the most Liixurious 
I'\n'nitiii'e procmalile. 

The most conveniently situated Hotel in the City, either lor laisi- 
ness or |)leasin'e. This house overlooks the heautilnl l*ultlie 
(larden which ai'c so delightful to Sunnner Tourists. 

Kxcellent Cuisine. Electric cars to all [)arts of the city i)asses the 
(UK)r every lew minutes. 

£. LeROI WILLIS, - Prop. 

^o6 



i 



lUUMMM 




3. 



K'ccrcation 



Liixmiuus 



I" for luisi- 
it'iil Piililic 



I)asses tlio 



rop. 



4 



St. John, N /.'.] 



I.ISI- ()!• IIf/'I'l'l,S, 



NEW VICTORIA HOTEL 



248 to 2oO Prime William Street, 



,}. L. McCOSKEKY, Proprh'tor. 



ST. JOHN, N. B. 




^T: -<^-i^.'tl 



( )iic iiiiimtc \viill< from 
hitcrMMlioiiiil S. S. Co's 
I'icr. 

lb Ui til \ti kh 

Street (';ii's to mihI 
tVoin iill l{;iilw;iy st.itions 
ami Steanilioiit l.andinus 
pass the I lotel r\{'\-\ live 
Miiiiiites. 

lit til til til til 

\'ie\v tVoni New \'ie- 
toria not ('((iialled hy 
any hotel in the city. 

Hand Conceits on the 
lawn. 



Unexcelled Cuisine. 



Rat«s $a.oo and $2.50 per day. 



507 



S/. John, N. Ji \ 



l.ISl ()!■ IIOI'IJS. 




Ill iV ll:; IMMNCKSS STIJKKT, 



ST. JOHN, N. B. 



.'•l,l'*l„l*<l„l*< lt.l"tMt"ll|(*lt,tl*l|> 



The al)ovo Hotel has boon nowly Roniodolled, Re- 
paintod and Rcfurnishod 11imiio;lioiit, and hn '* '' o 
latest improvements. 



WELT. SITPPLIED WITH HOT AND COI.I 
WATER BATHS, AND LKJHTEl) TH1U)U(JH- 
OUT BV THE AUEK IJGHT SYSTEM. . . 



Splendid Hotel for Tourists iiiid 'ri-MvcJlcrs to sto|> at. Only two niimitcs 
walk fVoiii tlie very centre of the City. Init (|iiietly situated .so" that a person 
is not amioyed with the up* tar and hustle of the more puhiie .streets. 

The Klectrie eais i>ass the doors evei-y few niiinites. Tahle unexcelled. 

TERMS MODERATE. 



\ 



Vinm. AGATE, 



Proprietor. 



50S 



Si [oini, N. n. 



T.IST OF HOTF.IS. 



1. 



i. 



<i> 



«» 



led, Re- 



/ ' 



I' 



n iniinifcs 
t a jMM'soii 

I'ts. 
xccllod. 




RAY/AOHD S 

DOHERTY, PROPRIETORS 



fjr JO}\n . M.£J. 



or. 



icq 



.S/. lohn, N. n 



1,1 SI" OF HOTELS 



OVEI-! LOOK INC. 'I'llE ['.EAirni-nL KING SQIIARE- 
'IMIL KINLS'I- IN llll-: CIIY. 





^\^ 



Vi 








,1. M. I ()\vli:h. 

I*r<)|iilrl»r. 

Terms Litoera.!. 



St. John, N. B. 



J. A. FOWLKK, 3ljiiiJiH;«r. 



,io 



St. jojw, N. b:\ 



LIST OF IIOrKI.S. 



w 



Y, 



B. 



^ 



VICTORIA HOTEU^^ 



^>: 



HcCORMICK, 

PKOPKIETOK. 



W 



Centrally Located. Electric Elevator 

and all Modern Improvements. 







1^ 



;.a-^-,^ KiHsi CLASS IN iivi:kv I'AHiiciitAR. e;;c;-:eJ^ 

King Street, ^ ST. JOHN, N. B. 



^ 



5" 



St. John, N. /?.] 



LIST OF II0TE1,S. 



Bangor House, 






13 



ROBERT CLARKE, PROPRIETOR, 

Kin^ Square, "*»'^*** ®**^* 



This llolcl is |»lc;is;iiilly .iinl cent lally silii.tlcd. ovciludkiiii^' (lie fmc S«jiiiirt' 
'rt)Ui'isls anil rravcllcis will lind this Motel ji ( 'oiiilbrtalfle Home. 

TERMS MODERATE. 

SAINT JOHN. N. B, 




ini M 



gUNTHJim, 

Heated by Hot Water. 

Llgrhted by EleotPioity. 
Hot and Cold Baths. 

Terms Moderate. 

Coach in attendance on all 

Trains and Steamers. 

Electric Cars pass the 

House connectiniT with all 

Trains and Steamers. 
Bag-gagre to and from the 

Station Free. 
Telephone No. 21. 

nifi.lly iif'f'iisifr ///,• Union l1tf<ot, 
St. I I'll n, Sth< /uiui\;('ii/:, unit 
,1 '/////;/ 2 mi nit lis red//: of t/ii JVnc 
)'.'/•/• /'i,r, /(Hii/ini^^ o/ t/ic /)i\^t>\ 
Ho,il. 

J SIME, - Proprietor. 



^^ 



St. John, N. /?.] 



LIST OF HOTELS. 



e, 



Side.) 

lie S(|u;ii('. 

OIIU'. 



Hom, 

SleotPiolty. 
hs. 

Moderate, 
nee on all 
3a mere. 
Iiass the 
r with all 
»anieps. 
rom the 
tlon Free. 



// 1 .1 '/( /(•, iiiiif 
<• "/ f/i< New 

roprietor. 






!^;^^&^-^^- 



BELYEA HOTEL 



>•••••••«! 



Mr 

\h 

(</ 
\l/ 

(1/ JAS. L. BELYEA, 

ii^ Proprietor. 



'•.♦.•.•.•.•.' 



!.!.!.!.!•!•!.%;. 



255 Prince William Street, 



Oil 
0^ 



ill 
\\i 
(1/ 
\lif 
ill 
U/ 

Hi/ 

^\^ ^- ^- s.- ii i 

'S ^- ^- 5^- *■•> >« 



One Mir.ato's Walk from Steamboat Laiuliii}>f. 

Sti'cct Cars to mihI Iroin all liailway Stations ami Stcainhoat 
Laii(lin<^s |)ass tliis Hotel every five minutes. 

TEUMS Sl.(M» to 81. .lO PEK DAY. 



ST. JOHN, N. B. 

ill 
ill 
ill 
ill 
ill 
ill 
ill 
iH 
ill 

if' 



CUMBERLAND HOTEL, 



Cor. Prince Wm. and Duke Streets, 



ST. j"OH:isr, nsT- b. 



Pepii^aqept aqd ^ppansieqt Roarding, 



COMFORTABLE HOUSE. 

Terms Reasonable by tiie Day or Weel<. 



GOOD BOARD. 



MRS. J. HAYES. 

5»3 



St. John, N. ./?.] 



MST OF HOTET,S. 



HALIFAX HQTJSE , 

UNION BLOCK, Paradise Row Cor. Mill Street, 

ST. JOHN, N. B. 



W'W'W^^T^'^T 



PERMANENT and TRANSIENT BOARDERS 

Acvoniniudated on Ueusonable Terms. 



i^EALS 5ERVED ON ARRIVAL OE ALL TRA1N5. 

MRS. H. FRIARS, Proprietress 

^^ Three Minutes Walk from T. C. K. Depot. 



rile)!', ST. .lOHN, N. R 

MKS. K. ,1. elOXKS, l»n.|.nctivss. 





Transient Boarders 81.00 Per ^ay. Street Cars to and troin all 

Railway Stations and Sti- nboat Landings pass the House 

every Five Minutes. 



INDIANTOWN HOTEL, 

I'il BRIDGE STREET, 

^■^^ INDIANTOWN, 5T. JOHN, N. B. ^^^ 



Permaiient anrl TronHient Honrrlern 

Acconiniodatecl on ['ieoHon^ible TermH 

BY THE C AY OR WEEK. 



W. tS. KKKRIS, Pn)i>riet<>r. 



5'4 



.SV A'////, IV. /.'.l 



I -1ST OF H()Ti:i,S. 



1 street. 



)ERS 



N5. 



LA NSDOWNE HOU SE. 

LKillT. ROOMY AND AIRY CENTRALLY LOCATED. 

S. B. FOLKINS, Proprietor. 

:;4 suiitii si<ic Kiiins,|,iiiic, St. John, N. B. 

PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT BOARDERS. 

]\ewport House, 

28 KING STREET, 

Permanent and Transient Boarders QT^ 'T'^^TT'KJ' T^ "Q 

accommodated on Reasonable Terms. O J. • (J V^/JtULN y JN . !», 



reet, 



troiii all 

1180 



SL, 



eriiis 



rietor. 






F. McMANLTS, Proprietor. 



People's Hotel 



A/VO 



DINING ROOMS. 



TABLE UNSURPASSED. 



MEALS AT ALL HOURS. 



WKLL rriiMsiiKD 'niifordiioi'T. a iio.mk 

TO STor AT WIIILK AWAY I'lfO.M IIO.MK 

KeaNoiisible ltate.s. 



32 Mill Street, 



St. John, N. B. 



Only Two Minute's Walk from I. C. R. Depot. 



W. WILSON, - PROPRIETOR. 

5'5 



St. John, N. /i.] 



LIST OF HOTELS. 



\^Roffiesay, N. 11 



Xr^rnont House, 



Its 



109 CHARLOTTE STREET, ST. JOHN, N. B. 



Permaheht ahd Trarvsicht Boarc|it\9 at l^eaAohable l^atcA. 

KLK(TI!IC r.\|;s I'ASS TIIK Donl! KVKIiV I'lVK MIMIKS. 

This House is fitted with all Modern Iniprovements, 

and is Centrally Loeated. 



H i 



MRS, A. LOGUB, Proprietress. 



Rose Bank Hotel, 



c-.^ 






ROTHESAY. Kings County, N. B. 

The place for TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS to spend a few months. 

Tho View tVoni tliis Hotel cannot he surpjisscd lookiijo out on the sur- 
i-onndino; conntiy an<l up the Kciniclu'ccasis foi- niilcs. 

NOT HALF A HINUTE WALK FROM THE RAILWAY STATION. 

Bcino ( '(Mitrally Located and inicly fitted up. hesides I >eino' convenient, we 
liave no hesitation in soliciting- a sliaic of" tlie |>ul»Iic [jatronaoe. 



5i6 



^lesay, N. /.', 



I 



S 



Rf Ni B. 



itCA. 



ments, 



ji, 



lonths. 

I flic siir- 

J. 

nicnt, we 



5/ John, County, N. B.\ 



MSr OF HOTKLS 



gen Lomond J^ouse, 

ST. JOHN COUNTY, N. B. 

STERLING H. BARKER, - Proprietor. 




Tills House is situated on the shore of *• LOCI I LOMOXD" ten iiiih's 

Iroiii St. .lohii, and hut only four miles from th(> IJAV OK 

KrNDV, is larj:,(' and commodious, well li^htiMl and 

fitted with all modern conveniences. 

Loch Lomond c(mtains excellent TROUT, BASS and LAND LOCKED SALMON, 
PARTRIDGE, SNIPE, WOODCOCK, BLACK DUCK, and DEER 

in the vicinity. All necessary information will he supplied to 'rourists and Travellers 

GOOD BOATING, FISHING and SHOOTING. 



DAILY STAOBS TO ALL. POINTS. 



LIVERY STABLES IN CONNECTION. 



TERMS MODERATE. 

Talaphone nnd Post oflloe In the House. Address op Teleerpaph " Ben Lomond, N. B." 

5»7 






St S/fi/^/zc/i, IV. B. 



LIST 0|- lIOTl'I.s. 




Queen Hotel. 

1 his Motel is ccnlralK- located, opposite Post Office, within one miiiiiii'^ 
walk ol the C. P. R. station, and is inclose proximity to all business places. 
Has been lately refitted, and furnished v\ ith all nKulern appliances. 

Hot and Cold Water Baths. &c. 

Si'Kri.M, AiTiATioN iri\(;n to the Table and to the Ljeneral comfort (it 
(luests. A tlesirable home for Tourists and Comm(;rcial 'Travellers. 

Good Sampler Kooiiih. HtableH in Coiiiioc.tioii. ToriiiH Moderate. 
Coa<;li ill Attendance at All TrainH. 



WATER STREET, ST. STEPHEN. N. B 

5'^ 



' 




Mil" iniiiiiic s 
•ss |)l;u-cs. 
;u»|>li,mt(s. 






com fort (it 
rs. 

Io<lerat<». 



©±iOX». 



St.SteplKH, N. B.\ 



LIST OF HOTELS. 




W INDSOI-^ tiOTEh , ® A. L DRAKE^^roprietor. 

Iloaaqiiartars for Tourist and WATEK STREET, First Class Sample Rooms. 

ttd I 



i.'om-uerclal Travellers. 



ST. STEPHEN N. B. Carriages to and from all Trains and Boats. 



BART LETT 
HOUSE, 

-^ivr Mli"^. ^ HANSON, ^^- 

Proprietress. 

ST. STKFHEN, N. K. 

Good Rooms. Good Table. 




Moderate Rates. 



T. CROIX 
. . . HOUSE, 

KIKG STREET, ST. STEPHEN. R. B. 

THOMAS KINLKV. Pn.piiotor. 

This House is centrally located on King 
Street lonvenieiit to tlie Railway Station and 
to all business places. 

(luests promptly attended to, and every 
satisfaction given. 



Try Them \ RATES MODERATE. 



5>9 



Shu/ifnactidir, N. S. 



LIST ()!• HOTI' LS. 



I P. E. hhvul 



American Hotel, 



-<? 



SHUBENACADIE, N. S. 

THOMAS GOX, Ppoppietor. 

Tliis Hotel has cxi'dlcut acccumnuMlation toi* tlic 

TOURIST AND COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS. 



\vi:i,L I ri!Msiii:i) tiii{(M(;iiui t, 



TKItMS MUDKISAI'l. 



Sherman House, 



MRS. R. M. HOLESWORTH, 

Ppoppietpesa, 

SuooesBor to 

J. N. MoHEFFEY 



L«»n<4 and Kav(H'al)ly Known. Knlar^cd, Hcnovatcd and H(«fnrnisluMl. 

Hcatrd l»y Steam and lii'-hted by Kleeti'icity. 

Excellent Accommodation for Commercial Men. Every Attention Paid to Guests. 

Qood Stabling. Visit our Sample Rooms. 

Opposite i)e|>.>t , SHUBENACADIE, - Nova Scotia. 

Mepohants' Bank of Halifax In BuildlnK< 

The Clifton House, 

WATER. COR. CENTRAL STREETS, 

SUMIHERSIDE, - P E Island. 

The MISSES MAWLEV, Proprietresses 

This Hofol is pleiisiiiitly aiul convfiiicntly sltuatctl in tlit- niosl ccnlral pait of town, within a 
slioit dlstaiict' of Post Ollicc. Hanks and Bnsiiicss Firms. 

Lately cnlaifUMl and rt'lllU-d willi all nioilcrn appliancos. Spi'i-ial Attention jji von to TravolU'is. 
Coaches meet all trains autl steamers. Oood Sample Kooms in counectiou. 

520 






5 






►ppietop. 



Sniiiniersidv, P. F. I 



MST OK HOTKI.S. 



I .s"//.(,tY.v, A^ n. 




RUSS 



Central Street, 



Summerside, 



P. E. Island. 



J. B. RUSS, ^ Proprietor. 



MODKKATK. 



lOLESWORTH. 

letpess, 
N. MoHErrEY 



fiiniislicd. 



to Quests. 



SCOTIA. 



and. 



11- wifliiii a 
Trnvollois. 



This Hotel is |»|{>}is,iiitlv and conveniently situated, is the most central 
Hotel in the town and is within a short distance ot'tiie I'ost Ollice. 

COMFORTABLE HOME FOR TOURISTS. 

Free Coaches meet all trains and Steamers. Oood 'I al>le, careful attention, 
.Moderate Charucs. Sajuple Ivooms, Liverv Stahle and Telephone in 
connection. 




QUEEN HOTEL, 



Opp. Railway Depot, 



Sussex, N. B. 



ilif iHt iHit 

I h(r House has r(;ccnlly heen I-lnlargi^d, R("novatcd and l"\irnishcd 
lliroutrhoiii. All ModcMii IniproviMiKMits. Hot and Cold Water Haths. 
I-\C(llriu Sample Rooms. Livery in connection. 
Commercial iVavcIlcrs' patronaj.,^' particularly soliciurd. 



''^^-♦''CN 



P. DOHERTY, 



Proprietor. 



521 



.S'//v.v,w N. Ji\ 



I.I.S'I' OF HOIK I. s. 



[Sydney, C /.'. 



^■A 



The BEST Hotel 

in the (!liatmin{{ 'I'own of Siissev is 

THE ^EPOT HOUSE. 

All mrxlcrn coinrnitiK rs, yet niu- of tlic iiio^l home like iiottls on llic I. (!, K. The hiiiltlmg 
is li^litfd by clt'cli icily, licalrd l)y stfani. and lias good halli rooms. 

A first class livery in connection will fiirnisli gncsls willi conifortable turnouts I'or fishing c\ 
ciirsions and driving parties. Kvery care and attention will lie given. 

Coiumcrciai nun receive every attention, and have large, convenient and centrally located 
sample rooms at liicir disposal. I'orlers attend all train>. 




A. B. PUGSLEY, 



Proprietor. 



SUSSEX, N. B. 




MACKENZIE 





HOUSE HOTEL 

Sydney, Cape Breton. 
H. R. McKBNZIB, 



PROPRIETOR. 



I 



Five minute's walk from the Railway Station, the Terminus of the Intercolonial and the Louis 
burg, and in the centre of the business part of the town. 

5 laPffe Sample Rooms. Particular attention Paid to Commerolal TraveUera. 

5" 



YSi't/n fj; C /! 




E. 



Su/Hn\ C. /k\ 



MSr OK IIOTK1.S, 



I'll' liiiiltliny 
[or fishing' i\ 
lially l()rat((l 



ir. 







E. GILLIS, Proprietor, 

SYDNEV, Cape IBreton. 




[QTEL. 

Breton. 

srziB, 

t. 

i the Louis 
PAveUers. 



Wo 



This Hotel is Splendidly situated near the 
Centre of the Town and is linely Fur- 



nished Throughout, 



CUISINE UNEXCELLED. 



The Home for Tourists and Travellers. 



TERMS MODERATE 

523 



Sydney, C. II \ 



MST OF HOTRl.S, 



[Truro, N. S. 



CLARK'S HOTEL, 



.to 



South Cliai'lolte Htrcot. (next door to Merdmnts Hank), 

SAMPLE ROOMS ON THE PREMISES. SYDNEY, C. B. 

TIiIb liiitt'l liiiN I II ciitii'clv K(! litlcil anil Kr fiiriiishcil ami In now <>|ifn tnr tin- i'<>i'f|)tiiiii 

of Pt'inianenl anil 'I'ranHii'nl liianli-rs at HcaMonaMc UatcH, uitli well t'ui'ni.slicil 'I'alilf ami 
( 'onifortalilf Kuonm. 



DOMINIOIT HQTTSEy 



Cor. Havelo(,k St. and Esplanade, 



TRURO, N. s. 



OPPOSITE INTERCOLONIAL RAILWAY STAtlON. 

Ro niodelled and nt'wly Kurnislu-d tliroughoiit. Kirsl class .Accninmoilation. 
(Idod Sampli- Rooms I'irst class HailuT Shop in connection. 

MODERATE RATES. 



J. W. WALSH, - Proprietor. 

GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL. ' 

To the left us you awif FTTrZ) I I L_> f^ "NT" CJ 

from Ji. A'. Station. -*- J-^ ^^ -C\/ V^ y -IJM - »;^ . 

liiu'j^c aiul Well I'uniisIuMi Kooms hcatiMl liy liot air. Tlie Talili' is iii'st- 
I'la.ss ill cvci'v respect. Kaci'v attention pai<l to i^iicsts. 

Hoanlino; Staltles in connection. (i(»o(l Sample |{(«;.n. Cli.ir^'es niixlerate. 



ALEX. CARTER 



Proprietor. 



5*4 



Truro, N. .V. 



k), 



Z. B. 

till- i'C'i'('|iii(iii 
'il 'I'lilili- mill 



>x*. 



N. S. 



' IS iirst 
odrratc, 

3r. 



Truro, N. S.] 



LIST OF HOTKLS. 



iTHE HOME AWAY FROM HOME- B 



riRST-CLASS IN HVKRY PARTICULAR 



CHARdf-S nODIiRATIi. 



Hotel American, 



F. C. FAULDS. 

ManaKor. 



OppoNito I. C. K. Hiiiiiun, 

TRURO, N. S. 



TH E LEARMENT HOTE L, 

A. H UBAl^MBNT, Pr<)i)rietor 

TRURO, - - Novel Scotia. 



Tliis well known ll(tt«'l lias Ik'cii icpljiccd l>y a new and modern ImiM 
in<;. nrwl V tiiinislicd tliroii'dioiit , and is now one ol'tlic most modcin Holds 
in llic Maritime I'rovinccs. 

Situated close to the K'ailway Statioii. Toni'ists and ( 'oinmereial Travel 
lers will find it tlie most conNcnient Motel in Truro. 

FiiiOMt Hiiinplo KooiiiH in the Maritime Provinces. 

Sl^aitland Mome, \iS"" 

TRURO, N. S. 



l.ar^jL' and Airy Kooms (ilicd up wiili all llu' Latest iin|niiviimiits. liol aiul (.'uiil Walti Uallis, 

LIVBBY STABLES IN CONNECTION. 

TliL- aliovi' House is slriclly a I iinperaiK f lliniso. Tl'^RMS MODl'.RATI'^. 
Tliorougliiy Iil;5 <i tlirougliuut l)y llul Air Furancc. 

5«S 



Truro, N. S.\ 



LIST OK HOTELS. 



mOEHH IMPROVEMENTS. 



^^ 



TERMS MODERATE. 



;.\ .\ v'\ \ \ \".\ \ .\ \ \ \ \ N. \ y. \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ '^ > \ N '^ -C^ 



@ 



Parker House, 

N. \ \ \ \ \ ■ \ \ _\ Y A -V-\ _\ A _Y_^_ ^_ ^_ ^ " ^ - \ ^_ ^_ ^^y ^_ ^- ^" "^ _^ _ 

■K,->t M, W. AINSLEY, PHOPRIETOR, v^- 

Outram St., - TRURO, N. S. 

SAMPLE ROOMS. TELEPHONE lii). LLEC'IK'IC LK.IIT. 

IIO'I- WATER HEAT. HOI AND COLD l-iAl MS. 

OXFORD HOLISE, 



® 



OUTRAM SIR HUT. 

TRCRO, - .vol .1 .soy/v.i. 




Abner iMcNtitt, Proprietor. 

RATES : $1.00 PER DAY. 



All (lie Aj>jM)intm(Mits and Accomniodalions of a (Jood 
Holed for Ti'iiiisioiit and IV'rniaiicnt Palroiis. 

o<| FIRST-CLASS STABLING [» 

ON THE PREMISES 

536 



OUERATE 






9 

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r. 



s. 



IT. 
■JAIIIS, 



tor. 



s. 






l>o 



7r,n', N. S I 



MS'i' oi' ii(vn:i,s. 



f Wcynumth, N. S. 






.^4i 

♦|^ 4* 

4.4> 

^4. 
4.4. 
4>4sw 




Mm 



imt.. 



'♦» 



A. S. MURPHY, 



Proprietor. 



»»»(»»»»»»»» 



Tpupo, N. S. 

I.jii'jjcsf jiikI l-'incsl Diiiiiijj I lall in the IMnviiic*'. ('ciitriillv 
LfK'iitcil. I.iiiut' Saiii|tlt' kooiiis. Mot anil CuM IJallis. 

'r('l('|»iMM('. 'rci'iiis, $l..')0 |M'i' (lay. 




" ASHLEiaH 



>> 



We;ymouth, 



Digby County, - Nova Scotia. 



VtV' 



Till". vSlll)^(■^il)('^ ( an .u i iimmiidalc jlxmi liflrc'ii |)cr->(itis with Ixtiinl .iiul liiili;mL;^ ti>i- 
till' SuiiiiiUT mniiihs, at 'ii-> ( ini.tiirtalili' nM lioiiu' at W'lynioiitli, \. S. 

"Aslik'ij^h " i^ Ik .lutiriill)- sitii.ih'd in llif\ii\ lu'st pari nf Weymouth, nr.ir 
till nriutli dftlu' iR-autidil Sissil)ipti Ui\n-,i>n hji;li 'ground, and ( Dininandini; a rinc view 
III tliat loM'ly sluL't ()( watLT, M. Mai\^ llav. ( )inanuiit,il anil IVnil ticts sliadr the 
Uri^iUids. Spli-ndid liatliin;^. I^i.ilin:^, ( aiKniiiL; .iiul l''ishin;.; onlv' a \\\\ huiuhcd yai(I> 
lioni Imusi'. ( hcrrics and other I'l uit>, iKirics, \ t'l^i'tahk-s. milk, ci^lis, eic., prod ucd i,!i the 
pl.iee. I'o'^l oHice opposite. Teinis on .ipplii alion. Special rates for f iinihes and I'lnL^ 
Iciin j^iiests. JO hoin>. Irom Hostim \ ia \ ainu.iiih S. S. ( D. and 1). A. \\v. 



WM. ^JV. JONES. 



Weymoutlu N. S. 



LIST OK llOrKLS. 




Beauregard House 



? 



Tt?77P???T??T?rr*TTr?TT»iT77?r' 



% K* **■ *' 



WEYMOUTH. N. S. 




voH s( MMi:ii roriiisT 

li\ St MM Kit SltSOX O.V/. I. 






Is situated (III tllf side III Sisslliiii) KiMI I 111' llmi.c i', lliiihUl^lilv llimidii (1 willl s|H'rl.ll 

rcfurciicc to tin; i(c|uiii'iinnl of first class Iniiiist witli an iinsiii|ias.iil utw nl ih, Kivcr ami tin 
1 ). A R. r.ridgc crossinn it 

IlKAl' klU "lAk h i- iiisi luwiv liiiill, and was ()|i ncd til tlir SiiiiMiH I rmiiisl hilv r, iSi;-/, 
with all till' rci|uirv iiu lit 

Convex an(fs uill ( iuiva Hatliin^, lisliiiifi .\)\i\ I'm iim I'.inus Ihm . 



TEI^MS $2.00 PER DAY. 



1 Ity till' wi'i'k iii;ii|i' Uii'>\>ti mi ii|i|iliriit inn. 



T. F BOURQUB, Man. and Prop. 



3e 



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w nil sjtci i,il 
ivir ami lln 



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Prop. 



Wry mouth liridf^c, N. S.\ 



MSI" OK HOTKKS. 



f IVo/fvi//,; AT. S 



Y WEYMOUTH HOUSE, 



1> 



7.*. /. HLACK, I'l'oinhtoi', 

^Veijmouth ^lidtic, = 

>40 — / • S-V-— a»- 



Mot it S>ioiiit. 



il/ 
il/ 



jfji 7¥ I'M l{ST ( 'l,ASS jiIkI well .lltlMiilitcd I Intel, lieu l\ l('|(;iil' 

iljl ^m. •'•' '•'"' i»'riiiiiisli('(l : riciis.nitly siiiiiitc<i in llic Idisiiicss (i) 

il/ pjiit uj" the Tdwii : williiii ."»(! yards of the If. \l. Slat ioii .iihI ilil 

^ 'rt'l(\nra|»ii ( )llic(' : rclcplKdic in llic llt»iisc: New lialli U'uoni 



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k- \Nilli all other a|>|»lianc('s lor t lie (((mrurt ojiine^ts: Nd lietlei 

^ place can he loinul in tlie Maritime Tion inees I'nr mu' Amerieaii ^ 

'^ ('(iiisins til sjienil ilieir vacation. kii 

(f!' :^^ ^^^ finest Cherries in the World in Abundance. ^^^ {^f 

(fi "^^ Free to Guests. -^^ ff\ 










Iff 



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T^ovcil Hotel 

WIMJVII.M:, \<.v;i Sioii.i. 
.1. W. in^CKWl TH. I'loprkt..! 



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Oltl Sili. iiiil Innn/i',/ lln.iii^lioiit in ///■ nu-xl in,;iirii \l\/, 

//i>y,n,./ (■()//> n.i//:/x umiis i'.i.i.c ikici li.ii i s 
,111./ /•/■;/, /.77/f'.\/; it>\/.\/a.\/ii77(>\ /- ..«//./;/i 

>////(>/../, h'ilhiii thin iiiiniil,' ..■<»//• /'/ /v'.v.' . .M >nui.'ii ,in,l in 
i/('W ['i.'xiniilx 1,1 IUi\in<\\ l'i,i<\\. 



Livery Stables In Connection. 
HOME OF EVANGELINE. 

5-'» 



Teams to all parts of the 
Valley. 



Wolj7'illc, N. .v.] 



MSr OK HOTELS. 



Woodstock, N. n. 



HOTEL AMERICAN, 



res 



L. E. DUNCANSON, Pio|nietor. 

WOLFVILUE, Nova Scotia. 

siTrATKi) i\ riiK iii:.\i:i' ok ink "Land ok knan'cki.ink." 

OoocI Attendance. Modepate Rates. Flpst-Class Livery In Connection. 

II. I';i-si iim II com <'\ ( i| lo .111(1 liniil (li ]iot lice. 

ROSE COTTAGE, 



WOLFVILLE, N. S. 



Siiualcd in the luNirt of the l'^\ inj^cliiic Coiinly aiul convc^niciuly located 
in tlu' Ix'iiulirul town of Wolfvillc, makes iliis a most popular resort. 

Special attention will he j^^iven to the entertaimiKMit of American tourists. 

Plpst-closs Llvepy Stabl«>» in Connection. Also Convenient Sample Rooms. 

l>AS.SK\«;»:ilH 4'0\tK¥KI» TO l\l> »°U»>I Kill.ntV STtTIO\ V M'.V. Of <'II(K<;F.. 

I'ur ivcrytluiig \\\ llic line of I'liOl'OS ami S()L'\ I'.NIltS nf the Coimly call at ihc 
WOI.IAIl 1 i: IJOOK SI'ORi:. 

KOCKWEU. & ro. 



^1 ^ 



.KX(^tiAN(;K HOT Kir, 



A. -J 



Ouoen Mreet, 

Corner 

Kichinond. 



MKS. .J. II. DUCJAN, ProinlHnss. 



I'liis ilotrl is fiUcd uj) willi all modiir. mi|»rovi.'iiiinls and is coiui'iiii'iill) siuialcd loi 

'I'diirisls and 'I'tavilliTs. 



Rot and Cold Water Baths. 



Sample Booms on the Qround Floor. 

TERMS $1.60 PER DAY. 



Stables in Connection 



V/OODSTOCK, N. B. 



53° 






1. 



Connection. 



rE, 



W.unistoch, N. H\ 



1,IS'I" Ol' IIOTKLS. 



.or- 

uly located 
an tourists. 

imple Rooms. 

ty call at llir 

S: to. 



ucen Street, 

Corner 
Richmond. 



iiatid I'oi 



In Con-.ectioii 




M^^.^ 



CARLISLE 
HOTEL. 



i» *> *» 



C. J. TABOR, 



PROPRIETOB. 






IT 



'Jhis olil cstahlishuil and Inst-cla^ 1 1 old, formerly known as the Wilbur House, 
tiialc ih \\\v CL-nlrc of llu- louii, aixl ^urroumk'd In all tlic princiiKil l)U■^^ncss places. 
Ill 1 lose |)roxiniit\- to the I'oM Oflicc aiul i'.ank^. It Iiun been Rcfitli'il, Kcnovatcil and 
k< fiirnishcil lliioui^lioul b\ ill" picsoiU propnctcM- with all inoiiern improvements. 
Special attenti*>n j,Mven Ut the Table, ami the general comfort of the .-;uests. 

Headquarters for Tourists and Travellers. 
Saiu|t1<> Kooins. Livery Stables in Connection. 



Main Street, Woodstock, N. B. 



53' 



1 armouthy N. S. ] 



LIST OK 1IOTKI.S. 




THE 



GRAND 
HOTEL, 

A Yarmouth, 

• ^r Nova Scotia. 



»»»»» 



10(1 i;()()Ms. 

.\\ii;i;n \N V\.\\. 



The Grand Hotel Co., Ltd,, - Proprietors 



Tlu' "(IRANI)" is one of the lliiix' fiiU'st lloti-ls in CaiKula It wa> luiilt m iSi).4 to .ucmii 
niodatc tliu lar^i' and ra|)i(lly iiwuasini; 'I'luirisl 'l"iav(l tn N<iva Scotia, and |)arliiiilaily to \'ai 
inuiitli, which is now ircogni/ril a^oric of the most i liannini; Simmi u Ki -nur> on the (onlini'iit 
The IIoiisi' is i'(|iii|)|jcd with every modern Ilotel eon\enien(i; and is a niodi'i ol (|iiiel elr^am r 
and eonifoit. Tlie ('iiisine and dinin;', idom ^iTviee !■> paitieularly line, and ha-^ rect-md ihr 
higliesl I liaise. N'annoutli is a jieitevt Sanitaiiiim in sniimi'. r. reni|ieiatuie in July and Aiinii -t 
68 in the middle of the day. Ciood road> a I'atadise for wheeliueii Itoatinn, IJatliinu', 
Fishing', etc, Illustialed Mooklet sent on itMiiiest. .Vddress the ("omiiany as al/o\e. 

WAVERLEY HOTEL, .lohn .MiK.'.n. N.wcmsiI,, N it. .si. .mi. Sim^cImI. •-'.-. (•!>. IMia. 
,S', , mil- i„i,i, :,l)\ 

Wiivi'iie.v Hotel, .Idliii S Fiilli'iMDii. Allicrl . N H, .<l.i"i. .s:',,ih). l-'ici'. Nunc. 

WAVERLEY HOTEL, Mi> .1 K .lurdiiw, ('aiiiiiiielli.ni, N I'.. •-i|..-.(i. s:, i,, .s;. iWr. Kwvw 
\, . ((./(• ,.<(;/. |i;;i. 

Wnvcilry llmisc, Tiu' .Mi»e^ Uoinaii-. Iliilir,i\, N S. .s'.^.".(). I'li amciiiicnl . K\na. I'l-ec. 

IfAVERLEY HOUSE, Mi>.^ W.xKlhian. Dinl.v, NS. ^\.:,i>. .-sr.iM.. Nun.', MMia. 
W ,s;, „.h- i„i.t, IS I 

Welilun lliiiisc, .1 I) \\ Cliluii, .-ilicili.'K', .N 11. s|..-,o. .'ijc.uiiii) .ss.ou. Free Kxlra. 

'EYMOUTH HOUSE, i; L isiark. Wr.Miiouili Uri.l-r, N S, !5;i..-.ii, .s.-, u, .ss. n,,,:... kmim 



ILBUR HOUSE, IVicy Willmr. Ilaiiiur-.i. .\ li. s|.,-,(i. S|HTial. 



(•|>. KM I a. 

■Si < (fill- /iil'li |ll."i 



w 
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Wiliiiws The Uolc'i, H ,1 .McC.iriiiirk, Willow >, l!eiMl> I'.iini , N 15. .s|.:.ii. .■-■,•. lo .si;. None. Noiir 
WimKor Hole!, I' (iallaiiluT. Uorelicsicr. N I!, .sl'.ihi lo ;«■:; on. S|ptcial. Knc. Kxiia. 
WiiuUor lioiil, ,IIM>oMi.'l!i>. New (Ihi^L'ou . N ,<, .si .vi. .s.-,.iio. Free. Vv\v. 
Winilsor linicl, N A I'arl.'c, Si .lolni. N It, sj.oo. s;i...(). .-.om-. None 

WINDSOR HOTEL, a l, Drake. Sl Sle|ilieii. .\ H. .slMki. ."jMcial. L'.-. (I-. KMiii. 
.s, , .(.//■ i„i,i, .".r.i 

Wooil.-^loek Hotel, .IAt)il>, \VooiNli,rk, N U, .sl.lio. .s:l.oii. 'J.", el- .Nolle. 

Woodvillc House. .1 S N'aiiWarl . ijaiiiii-lcad. N S. .s|.(mi. .s| ..mi |,, ,w.-, oo. None. None. 

Wooherloii Mouse, .1 W Woolverloii. W Uhick, N 15, .sj On. sii.iin t,, .s| .on. •.':, ci^. None. 

Zepliyi House, K McDoiiakl. INiiiil dii Client'. N 1!, sl.do, jjl.uo. None. Noiif. 



HE 



•TEL, 

nouth, 



Scotia. 

l).MS. 

MAN I'l.W. 

tors. 



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(iilaily to \',ii 
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I'M. 

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MARITIME 1.IST 



OK 



BARRISTERS and ATORNEYS-AT-LAW 



Sf. John, N. Ji. I 



nAKKIS'l'KKS' CARDS. 



Hon. a. G. BLAIR, 0. C, M. P. 



GERALD G. RUEL, LL. B. 



A. GEORGE BLAIR, .]n., LL. B. 



BLiyR, RUEL % BLAIR 



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Attorneys, 



Notaries, 



Conveyancers. 






x^^^m 



47 Canterbury Street, 



SAINT JOHN, 



H H 



N. B. 



'EL, LL. n. 



Sf.Jofni, A', /.'l MAKKISIKRS' CARDS AND CKNKRAI, l,ISI'. 



Tlir following^ Oards KoproMoiU Mio Lcadiiif^r HaiTiMtci'H and Attoriioyn 
ill tlH^ I^lariMiiio IM-oviiicoH, iiicliidhipr (ioiivral LInI. 



A. P. BARNHII^U 



7 



Biirristcr, Solicitor, Eto., 



'rs, 




TELEPHONES Ofllon, 6I.C. 

KoHKtnnco £45, 
P. 0. Box 46. 



^'W M)\ IN, K 13. 



CHARLES 



BAILEY, 



BaPFister-at-Law, Solicitor, Kotarii, l\%. 



Offices : SITCIUE'S EUILDINO. 

FRINCESS STSEET. 



ST. JOHN, N. B., 



Kfiil Iv.talf IJoii^ht and Sold. 

Rents Colkcltd and I'.sl.ilis Carcliilly .Managed. 

( 'ollLitions made in any |iait of liir Maiilinic I'liiNiiiCcs. 



CANAIJA. 



kSi 




B. 



IdST OF BARRISTERS 

lOR THK 

Provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and P. E. Island. 

<liviii;; (I) Niiiiic, (i) ri:iic, (.t) AcliiiiUcil :is Alli.iiii-,\ , (I) Ailiiiillrd n^ llnrri-liT, \ i/, : - 
(I) Ailimis Mic'liiiil, t,i. ('.. r?) NiHcn^llr. N. I!., CD (iri.,l,.i- lllh. l.-r.T. (1) (icio'.cr llllt. Isii). 

Ailams Michael, (i P. Ncwcasllc N 15, Oclolicr I4lli isr,:, OcK.l.cr I llli l^cs 

Ailiiins IJiclianI U, IJalliursl N It, .liiiir inii l.'^sii, .\|iril IMIi l>s'.' 

.Miirr 'rnu'iiiiin W, Anilicrst N S, .luiir :'lst ls77. .Iinic l."Jncl l.sTs 

Alliii (Icdi-irc W, Ficilciicioii N It, Kchniiirv '.Mjijss:', .Inly L"Jii<l lss;i 

ALLEN T CARLETON, «l<ik ..r .ouri, I'lc.lnicion N It, ocIoImt 22n.l isri, onobor 2l'iuI Ih". 

•Mk-ii \\ Watson, SI .lolin N It, Kcbrnary MIli i-^Tii, rrlnnary 17th Is77 

ALLISON EDMUND P, Halifax N S, May iMli IM":.', May '.tlli is'.iL' 

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Sdences 

Corporation 



23 WEST MAIN STREET 

WEBSTER, N.Y. 14580 

(716)S72-4S03 




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St John, N. B:\ 



BARRISTERS' CARDS. 



J. KING KELLEY. B. C. L, 




AND 



yittori)ey-at-Law, l^otary Public, Etc. 



PRINCE WM. STREET, 



St. John, N. B. 



534 



St. John, N. ^.1 BARRISTERS' CARDS AND GENERAL LIST. 



STKPHKN B. BUSTIN. 



J. JOSEPH PORTER- 





/l9aVti:>te'iy-at= /Law, &tc. 



Chubb^s Corner. 



W. fcU, (m. J\l 



ALLISON LEONARD, of White, Allisou & Kiug, Sussex N B, June Uth 1883, January 26tU 1884 
Almon Lewis J, St John N B, October 13th 1880, October 15th 1882 
Alward Silas, St John N B, October 15th 1804, October 13th 1865 
Appleby Charles, Woodstock N B, October 13th 1802, October 19th 1893 
Appleby Stephen B, Woodstock N B, October 11th 18(58, October 14th 18C9 

ARCHIBALD & ARMSTRONG, North Sydney N S 
See ado imgc 393 

ARCHIBALDBIiOWERS, of Archibald & Armstrong, North Sydney N S, June 19th 78, June 19th 78 

Armstrong Bennett H, Wolfville N S, Noveml)er 10th 1890, November 10th 1890 

Armstrong Ernest II, Yarmouth N S, December Uth 1888, December 11th 1888 

Armstrong J Russell, Q C, St Jolin N B, October 21st 18C9 October 11th 1870 

ARMSTRONG J N, of Archibald & Armstrong, North Sydney N S, Oct 25th 1892, Oct 25th 1892 

Ashe John F, St John N B, April 18th 1882, April 12th 1887. 

Atkinson Harvey, Moncton N B, February 11th 1870, February 12th 1877 

Ayer Henry H, Moncton N B, October 20tli 1884 

T>AILEY CHAS T, St John N B, February 3rd 1887, February 9th 1888 

Baird Alexander W, St John, N B, October 14th 1807, Octoijer 9th 1808 
Baird George F, St Jolin N B, February 13th 1874, February 13th 1875 
Balrd & Sadler, Andover N B 

Ballentine Alexander, St John N B February 7tli 1852 Octol)cr 10th 1855 
Balloch A Rainsford, Edmundston N B, February 18th 1871, February 20th 1872 
"DARBERIE JOSEPH C, Dalhousle N B, October 13th 1801, Octoijer 18th 1803 



See adv page 533 



TDARNHILL ALEXANDER F, 



St John N B, October 18th 1888, 



535 



See adv page 573 

October 17th 1889 

See ado page 533 



St. John, N. />' ] 



BAliRIS'l'ERS' CARDS. 



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.SA John, N. B?\ BARRISTERS' CARDS AND GENERAL EIST. 



I, \ 



mt CAMFBiHL, B. C, V, 



(2. 



Commissioner for Nova Scotia, Ontario 

and Quebec. 



Agent for the Nova Scotia P. B. Building Society. 



Solicitor for Collins Commercial Agent. 



Ritchie's Building, ST. JOHN", K B. 



K. R. Chapman, B. A. 

Barrister, Notary, Etc. 



PuGSLEY Building, Room 14, 

39 Princess Street, 



St. John, R B. 

Collections Made Promptly, and Quick Returns. 



]5arnliill Jacob L, Halifax N S, May ICth 1884, May Kith 1884 

IJarnstead Arthur S, Halifax N S, March 27th 1894, March 27th 1804 

Barry Jeremiah H, Frcdcrictou N 1$, June 28th 1882, Juno 28th 1883 

Harss Win L, of Kinji & Barss, Halifax N S, December 13th 1870, December 13th 1876 

Baxter John B M, Rt John N B, October ICth 1890, October 22nd 1891 

Baydcld .<; Blanchard, Charloltetown, T E I 

Haytleld Edward, of Baylleld vt Blanchard, Charloltetown T E I, November 3rd 71, November 3rd 71 

Beckwith Charles W, Frederlcton N B, (Jctober 14th I8(i7, October 14th 1808 

BECKWITH HORACE, of Eaton >i Beckwith, Halifax N S, Nov 20th 1883 Nov 2Gth 1883 

Beckwith l{oI)ert, Dorchester N B, June 23rd 1881, June 29th 1882 

BELL & JOHNSTON, Summersidc, P E I 

Bedell A Rankin, St John N B, February 9th 1803 February 0th 1804 

Bell Francis II, Halifax N S, August 8th 1878, August 8th 1878 

BELL JOHN H> of Bell & Johnston, Summersidc P E I. October 7th 1884, October 7th 1884 

Belyea George II V, St John N B, October 15th 1891, October 20th 1892 



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537 



St. John, N //.] 



BARRISTERS' CARDS. 



JameB E. Cowman, 

BAERISTER, SOLICITOR, 

ATTOR NE y- AT-L AW, 



PaLMKIJ's ]5riIJ)[N(!. 



62 Princess Street, 



NOTARY PUBLIC, 

m 8T. JOHN, N. B. 



FRED DeVINK, 

Barrister-at-Law, Notary Public, Etc. 
99 Prince Wm. St., 

St. John, N. B. 



JOHN R. DUNN, 

STOCKTON BUILDING. 



94 Prince Wm. Street, = = St. John, N. B. 



538 



St. John, N. B.] BARRISTERS' CARDS AND GENERAL EIST, 



m, 



w, 

5LIC, 

N. B. 



Gi:ORGE G. GILBERT. 
ST. JOHN, N. B. 



GEORGE GILBERT. 
BATHURST, N. B. 



giJherl & g'iltert, 

BMR18TER8JNDJTT0RNEY8-M-LAW, 

OFFICES: 

ST. JOHN, N. B., and BATHURST. N. B. 



Stc. 





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BARRISTBR-AT-LAW, 



-A.l3i:oD2D2L©y 



USToiDa^ry IPTa.lDrL±o« 



B. 



120 Prince William Street, - St. John, N. B. 



N. B. 



Belyca James A, St John N B, June 20tli Ks74, October 20th l.s7."i 

BENNETT ALBERT W, of rowcU, Bcmiett & Harrison, Sackville X B, Oct lOth 'S."), Oct 27th '86 

Heiuiett Frank A, Dalhousie N B, October 2()th 1884, Octo»)er 29th l.s85 

Bennett Richard B, of Twccdie & Bennett, Chatham N B, Octol)er 12th 181*3, October .sth 1894 

BENSON MICHAEL S, Chatham N B, June 20th 187.->, Octolm- 14th 1870 
See (uhi iia(jc 571 

Berton C Foster, Fredericton N B, October 28th 1886, October 28tb 1886 
Bi^lcloAv llarvcy W, 'fytiro N S, April 4th 1890, April 4th 1890 

BILL EDWABD M. Shelburne N S, October 22n(l 1892, October 22ikI ls!)2 
Sef win jiaijc iiOl 

Bingay George, Q C, of T V B & Sons, Yarnionlh N S, July 2;ir(I 1874, July 2;iril 1874 

Bingay James W, Q C, of T V B & Sons, Yarmouth N S, Octol)cr mth 1809, Octol)er itoth 1809 

Bingay T V B & Sons, Yarmouth N S 



B 
B 



lace:, BLISS & NEALIS, Frcdericton N B 

See ad c page J77 

LACK GEORGE, Frcdericton N B, November 13th 1895, November 19tli 1896 

539 



See aihi page 576 



^V. John, N. li.] 



BARRISTERS' CARDS. 



J. DOUGLAS llAZEN, Q. C. 



EDWARD P. RAYMOND. 



HAZEN & RAYMOND^ 

Barristers, Notaries, E*^- 



PALMER'S BUILDING. 



Princess Street, 

ST. JOHN, N. B. 



EDMUND G. KAYE, 

Barrister and Attorney-at-Law. Notary Public, Etc. 



Commissioner for New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario 
anil British Columbia. 



Room No. I Jarditie Building, 
Ss% Prince WTilliam Street. . . 



« pi John, W. B. 



Telephone 484. 



P. 0. Box 182. 



HEBEE S. KEITH, 

Barrister, Notary public, Etc. 

ST. JOHN, N. B. 

94 PRINCE WM. STREET. 



540 



Tffl 



kl. John, N. /)'.] BARRISTERS' CA1M)S AND GENERAI. LIST. 



p. RAYMOND. 



D, 



N. B. 
ic, Etc. 



M. B. 



182. 



E. T. C. KNOWLES, 

BAF^RISTER-AT-I^AVV^, 

Patents Solicited in all Countries. 
Solicitor of Tlie Mercantile Company of Canada. 



QPFICK 



No. 107 Prince Wna. Street, 
ST. JOHN, N, B. 



H. A. McKEOV^N, 

Barrister ai^d ^S^ttori^ey'-at'-ljaW, 

SOLICITOR IN E(,)U1TY. NOTAEY PUBLIC, ETC. 

Money to Loan at Kcasonablo Kates on Ileal Estate. 



rUGSLEY'S BUILDING. 



-ST. JOHN, N. B. 



BLACK JOHN, of Ulaek, Bliss .^ Xealis, Freilcrictou N B, Oct 22iul LS75, Oct 24tl) LS70 

BLACKADAR HUGH S, Halifax N S, Octol)er 25tli l.s92, ()cto))er 2,-.th 1892 
(S'ee adv page iiiiO 

BLAIR HON ANDREW G- of Blair, Unci .^L Blair, St John N B, April I3tli 18G5, AprH 1867 
BLAIR \ OiOROE. of Blair Rnel vt Blair, St .John N B, November ir.th 1891 

BLAIR, RUEL & BLAIR, St .Join. X B 
See wlr opjt. Isl imije Barristers' Lists 

IMancliard Aubrey, Windsor N P, August 2ntl is(i9, August 2na 18(i9 

I'.lauehara F C, of White & Blanchard, Slielburne N P, l)eceni))cr lath ]87(!, December i;5th 1870 

lilanciiard II Percy, Baddecl; X S, January lOlli 1S8.">, January Kith IM8."> 

Blanchard John W, Windsor X S, < >ctol)er 27tli 1891 , October 27lh 1891 

Blanchard S, of l5aylleUK*i Blanchard, CharlotteloMn I' K I, Novendjer 1st 1881, November 1st 1,h81 

T>LANCHARD & MORSE, AVindsor X S 
) /SVr adc iniijc i)0(l 

Blanchard William II, Windsor N S, l)ecend)er ;5rd 1849, l)ecend)cr 2nd 1850 

Bligh Fred 1", Halifax N S, January IJith 1881, .January 13th 1881 

BLISS FRED ST JOHN, <>f Black, Bliss & Xealis, Fredericton -N B, Oct 21st 1886, Oct 27th 1887 

Boak Henry W C, Halifax N S, June 12th 1878, June 12th 1878 

BohakerGT, Annapolis N 8, April 19tli 1770, April 19th 1870 



S/. John, N. ^.] 



BARRISTERS' CARDS. 



E. H. McALPINE, 



Barrister, Etc., 



Agent of the Minister of Justice. 



REFEREE IN EQUITY. 



Office : Ritchie's Building, - ST. JOHN, N. B. 



0. J. MILLIGAN. M. A. 



Attomey-at-Law, 



St. John, 



N. B. 



P. O. BOX 330. 

Collectior\5 A 5|3ecialty. 



ROBERT McLKOD, 

BARRISTER AND ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 

SOLICITOR, NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC. 

Room i4. Ritchie's Building, 

60 Princess Street. 

SAINT JOHN, $ « N. B. 

542 



E, 



EQUITY. 

N. B. 



-• 



I 



S(. John, N. -ff.] BARRISTERS' CARDS AND GENERAL LISTS. 



R. G. MURRAY. LL B. 

BBiiiii^tBi<-Bt-L&W, ^olicitioii, M\^ public, doqVeij&Dceii, Etc. 

s... ST. JOHN, N. B. 



PUOSLBY'S BUILDING 



Cop. PplnoesB and Prinoe Wm 

1^ Special and Prompt Attention Given to Collections. 

GEO. O. DICKSON OTTY, 

Barrister-at-IaaWp 

Guneral Agent for the Province of New Brunswick of 

i 

Tlie Ui)ioi) «A.ssarar)ce Society of Lcoi^dop, 



Instituted In the Reign of Queen Ann, A. O., 1714. 



WALKER'S BUILDING. 



p. 0. B0.\, 274. 
TKI.EPHONE No. 491. 



Canterbury Street, 

SAINT JOHN, N. B. 



). 



S, 



Borden Ilcnry C, Halifax N S, Novcml)er 24th 1894, Noveml)er 24th 1894 

BOBDEN. RITCHIE & CHISHOLM, Halifax N S 
See. ado page 551 

TIORDEN ROBERT A, Moncton N B, June 22nd 1871, June 27th 1872, 

D See advpage 583 

BORDEN ROBERT L, of Borden, Ritchie & Chisholm, Halifax N S, Aui? 5th 1878, Aug 5th 1878 
Kray Allen W, Moncton N B, Octolier 20th, 1884, October 9th 1890 
Brown Henry W, Halifax N S, October 24th 1893, October 24th 1898 
Buhner Jolin T, Halifax N S, July 21st 1875, July 2l9t 1875 

BURNS CLEMENT B, Halifax N S, February 27th 1894, February 27th 1894 
See adv page 552 

BUSTTW & PORTER, St Jolin N B 
See adv page 535 

BUSTIN STEPHEN B, of Bustin & Porter, St Jolin N B, Octoi)er 18th 1888, October 17th 1889 

Butler Thomas W, Newcastle N B, November 20th 1394, November 22nd 1895 

Byrne James P, Sussex N B, October 10th 1890, October 22iul 1891 

CAHAN CHARLES H, ot Harris, Henry & Cahan, Halifax N S, May 22nd 1893, May 22nd 1893 

Cahalane Thomas J, Halifax N S, January 30th 1892 Jan'y 30th 1892 

Calder Frederick H, Port Hood N S, April 4th 1894, April 4th 1894 

CAMERON D A. of Macdonald & Cameron, Sydney N S, October 24th 1893, October 24th 1893 

CAMPBELL AT.T?.Y J, of Campbell & Campbell, Truro N S, October 22nd 1889, October 22nd 1889 

Campbell Arthur, Truro N S, February 12th 188C, February 12th 1886 



543 



S/. John, N. /.'I 



MARKISTKRS' CARDS. 



0. A. PALMER, 



c 



BARRISTER. 



O 



63 PrincesB Street, * - - Saint John, N. 
Oatole -A.cicir©ss--Fa,lm.©r, St Jolin. 

C. A. & S. W. Palmer, 

Barristers and Notaries. 



B. 



Y. M. C. A. BUILDING. 



MONCTON, N. B 



Attorney "Ot'Law^ Solicitor^ &e, 

Oflkes : No. 4 Chiinli Street. Q. • \ (I ^ /fH'l P. 

mwwl 'lolui, n[.. m. 



H. H. PICKKTT, B. C. L., 

Attorney and Barrister-at-Law, 

Commissioner for the Province of Nova Scotia. 



42 Princess Street, 



SAINT JOHN, N. B. 



Accounts Collected in any part of Maritime Provinces. Returns Prompt. 

544 



St. John, N. //] HAnniSTKHS' OAHDS AND (JKNKHAI. MST. 



) 



N. I J. 



3r, 



V. B 



). 



L., 



N. B. 



HENRY F. PUDDINGTON, LL. B., 

Barrister-at-Lawy 

NOTARY, GONYEYANGER, ETG- 



lUKNIllLL UriLDlNCJ. 

Princess Street, - St. John, N. B. 



CAMBPELL GEO. Q <'. <>f ('aiiiphrll v< {'an)|it)ell, Truro N S, DocciiiIrm' ;lr(l is.".."., I)cceinl)cr lird 18.j.". 

CIAMPBELL J ROY, St, .lolm N 15, octolior l.stli isss, ()cIuI)ct l7th iMsi) 
/ .S'ce (((/(• ihujc .ji.')'7 

('iuii|)l)oll .1 Slimrt, Froderictoii N B, NovL'inlx'r 13th Ixin; 

CAMPBELL & CAMPBELL. Tniif) N S 
8v.c wir t>it(jr i>94 

CARLETON & FERGUSON, St John N B 
Si'c adr loji line from cover 

CARLETON JOHN L, of riirlclnu & l-v-rsiuson, St John N B, Octol)er 11th 1883, October 25th 1883 

Ciulcr Titus J, Andover N li, October IKth l.s.s;, Octol)er 2-.th l.s.ss 

Carter Wm D, Kicliibucto N B, October 21st l.'^.^^d, October 11th l.s.^is 

Ciirvcll Frank 1'., of Hartley .vL Carvell, AVoodstock N B, October lOth l.soo, Ociobor 22n(l 18!)2 

CASEY CLARENCE E, of Lo-ran .t Casey, Amher.st N S, October 2.".th 1.^92, (Jctober 25tli ls!(2 

/ 1HANDLER & ROBINSON. Monet on N B 

\j See culr jKti/e .).S'.'? 

Chnndlcr Wm B, Arichat N .«. July 2r.th l.s4fi, July 2(ith IslO 

CHANDLER WM B. of Chandler & Kobinsou, IMoneton N B, October 21st 1870, October 21st 1877 

C1HAPMAN ALBERT J, Dorchester N 15, October 2()tli 1S82, October ICth l.sst 
/ See wlo J 

Chapman Allan W, Dorchester N B. June 21ilh l.<.'^2, June 12lh I8,><l 

CHAPMAN EPHRAIM R, St .John N B, October 1 3th 1S!)2, October liltli l.><li;! 
See fidf jittije rtST 

Chaimian Wm TIazen, Dorchester N 15, June 2()th l.s.s;',, April loth 18S4 
Ciiarlers Arthur N, Dorchester N 15, Octolier 181h isss, Octolu'r 22nd isDl 

C1HESLEY SAMUEL A, Lunenburir N S, December 3rd 18T3, Deeend)ef 3rd 1873 
/ See riilr iiioir iiS2 

Chesley Thomas AV, BridsctoMP N S, May 11th 1S.-.7, May 1 1th 1S.-.7 

CHIPMAN LEWIS, of Cornin-,' .<: Chipman, Yarmouth N S, December 2()tli issl, December 20th 1884 

CHISHOLM CHRIS P. Autliionish N S, July 3rd is.s;'., July 3rd l.s.s3 

CHISHOLM COLIN, <i <-, of Chlsholm .'v: Crowe, Sydney N S, Deciunber l.'.tii •7!l, December 13th 70 

flHISHOLM & CROWE, Sydney, X S 

\^ Sre (iilr I'lKje i'tOJ 

Chisholm Daniel C, Antiffonish N S, November 21st l.s!»4, November 21st l.si)4 
Chisholm John M, Halifax N S, Deccml)er 4th 1873, December 4tli l.s73 
Chisholm .Josepii, Halifax N S, December Kith 1880, December Ifith issfi 
Chisholm AVni, Antiffonish N S, October 22nd 18!».-., October 22nd l.s!).". 

545 



I p(i<JP .) / !) 



S/. John, N. B.] 



BARRISTERS' CARDS 



Molert M. Mitchie^ 

Barplstep ai>d ^ttorpey-at-LaW, 
14 Ritchie's Buildino, ... 50 Princess Street, 

SAINT JOHN, N. B. 

CHARLES F. SANFORD, 

Barristerial^ Law, 

NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC. 

Entrance : 39 PRINCESS STREET, 

ST. JOHN, N. B. 



pvosLCY building 

Rooms Nos. I & 2. 



TEI-EPHONK .5S6 
P. O. BOX 45. 



I 



C. N. SKINNKR. 



SHERWOOD SKINNKR- 



G. N. SKINNER & SONS, 

Barristers and Attorneys-at-Law, Solicitors in Equity. 



Office: Pngsley Bniklingf, 
Cor. Prince Win. and Princess Sts. 



NOXARIKS PUBLIC, ETC. 

ST. JOHN, N. B. 



A. A. STOCKTON, LL D, Q. C. 

SAINT JOHN, N. B. 

546 



_ 



e. 



3 Street, 



). 



St. John, iV. b:\ IJARRISTERS' cards and (lENIiRAL LIST. 



BOWYER S. SMITH, LL. B., 

Barrister | Attorney=at=Law, 

NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC. 

No. 39 Pugsley Bulldins:. P. O. Box 340. 

ST. JOHN, N. B. 



c. 

B. 



iV OOD SKINNER- 



1 Equity. 



Sf, N. B. 



0. 



LEONARD P. D. TILLEY, LL. B., 

Barrister, Attorney-at-Law, 
Notary Public, Etc. 



('(>I.I.K(TF()NS A SrWFALTV. 



SOX-IOITOR E'en 

Tmk Imi'kijiai, TiirsTs Comi'axv, 

Thk (li.or.K Savinh; and Loan Company. 



Walker's Building, Canterbury Street. 



ST. JOJIN, N. B. 



CHRISTIE W MEDFORD, Windsor N S, Aufrust Kttli 1877, Anj;u.st llJtli 1H77 

Clarke Geori^e J, St Stephen N 15, A|)ril 2'Jth 18h:., June 2ar(l 18S7 

Claikc Howard, Halifax N S, December l.'Uh 187!>, December liUli 1.S7'.» 

Clements, Edgar N, Varmoutli N S, December 12th 1HS2, De(eml)er 12th 1882 

Clancy Andrew, Halifax N S, December 13th 1887, Decemljcr 13tli 1887 

Coakley Edward, St Andrews N B, November l.")th IBD-l 

Cockbnrn Melville N, St Andrews N B, FelDruary Hth 1.S83, Febrnary 2lHt 1884 

COGSWELL EDWARD B, of Wickwire & Cogswell, Iventville N S, Nov 7th 1800, Nov 7th 1890 

CoKswell Edward J, Judge of Probate, Iventville N S, July 27th 18C.S, July 27th 18()8 

Coml)en Charles, of Young & Combeu, Woodstock N B, October 13th lH!t2, October IDth isi>;i 

Congdon & Congdon, Halif-.x N S 

Congdon Frank H. of Congdon & Congdon, Halifax N S, October 23rd, 1H!I4, October 23rd, l.S!)4 

Congdon Fred T, of Congden & Congden, Halifax N S, Decenil)er 7th 1883, December 7th 1883 

CONNELL ALLISON B, Q C, of Fislier & A B Connell, Woodstock N B, Apr 20th 1874, Apr 20th 75 

547 



I 



Sf. John, N. B. I 



BARRISTERS' CARDS. 



ARTHUR I. TRUEMflN, D. C. L. 

BAERISTEB, Etc., 



No. 4 ('hurc;h street, 



ST. JOHN, N. B. 



W. H. TRUEMAN, LL. B., 

Barrister-at=Law, 

Reporter of the Decisions <>r the SoHcitOr, EtC. 

Siipreine Court in Lquity. x-%^m w. , m^t.^. 



■I 



Offices : 99 Prince Win. Street, - ST. JOHN, N. B. 



WmiilAM B. WAIiLAGE, 

Barrister-at-Law, Notary, Etc., 



94 PRINCE WILLIAM STREET, 



Agent for Noav Brunswick of GUN'S Unclaimed 
Money and Property Registry, London, England. 

548 



ST. JOHN, N. B. 



St John, N. />'.] BARRISTERS' CARDS AND GENERAl, I,IST. 



• -^(^ 



JOHN WILLET, 

Barrister, gS^tt^r^^y' Solicitor @ proctor. 

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT. 



. B. 



Ritchie's Building, Princess Street, - ST. JOHN, N. B. 



Etc. 



AMEON A. IXriliSON, 

Barrister-at-Lavv, Notary Public, Conveyancer, Etc. 



OFFICE: CHUBB'S CORNER, 



Telephone— Office, 826. 
House, 695. 



St. John, N. B. 



N. B. 



GE, 



N. B. 



Coiinell r.eorge, Woodstock N B, October 14th 18;$!), ()clol)cr 12tli 184:5 

Coiinoll Oeovfjc, jr, Woodstock N B 

Coiiiioll Win M, Woodstock N B, .Tune 12th Isc:?, June lOth lSOr> 

COPP ALBERT J S, of Copp & Dcnnison, Disiby N S, February 10th 1880. Feln-uary ICth 1880 

COPP & DENNISON, l)if?byNS 
Sm ade imge i>7!t 

COPP A B, Sackville N B, November l.lth 1894, November 22nd 1805 
(SVe adv page HSO 

CORNING & CHIPMAN, Yarmouth N S 
.See adv paijo, .lO.i' 

CORNING THOMAS E, Q C, of Corning & Chlpman, Yarmouth N S, Oct 30th ISiJO, Oct IJOth 18C9 

Coster Charles J, of (1 C & C J Coster, St John N B, January 12th 1884, June 2r.th 1885 

Coster George C, of G C & C J Coster, St John N B, April 2Cth 187C, April 21st 1877 

Coster (} C & C J, St John N B 

Courser Daniel C, Woodstock N B, June litth 18<;!), Octolier lltli 1870 

COVERT WALTER H, of Penrson & Covert, Halifax N S, Dec 13th 1887, Deccmlier 13th 1887 

COWAN JAMES E. St John N B, October l'.)th 1887, October 25th 1888 
Sea adv page ■'i.'^S 

Coy Havelock, Fredericton N B, October 28th 1879, February 4th 1881 

HRAWLEY E SYDNEY, Wolfville N S, January 4th 187^, January 4th 1874 

See ade page 597 



c 



Crockett Oswald S, Frederlcton N B, October 15th 1891, October 20th 1892 

549 



Halifax, M S] 



BARRISTERS' CARDS, 



EDMUND P. ALLISON, b. i, ll b. 

BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, 

ETC. 






OFFICE : ROOM 32, 



METROPOLE BUILDINO, 



193 HoUis Street, 

HaUfax, N. S. 



k 






.l.yBfaclmlM^^ 








BARRISTER and 
SOLICITOR. 




HOLLIS ST., HALIFAX, N. S. 



p. O. BOX 32. 



TELEPHONE 718. 



550 



Halifax, N. 5] 



BARRISTERS' CARDS AND GENERAL LIST. 



LLB. 



^ 



L S. 





. b. 



18. 



BORDEN, RITCHIE & CHISHOLH, 



SOXjIGITOI?<S, 



Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper, 

Counsel. 

Robert L. Borden, Q. C. 

V.^ B. Almon Ritchie, Q. C. 

Joseph A. Chisholm. LL. B. 

Henry C. Borden, LL. B. 



121 Hollis Street, 

Halifax, N. 



S. 



Cable Addpess : "BORDEN." 



April 26th ISSI! 



Crowe Robert W, Halifax N S, February 28th 1894 February 2Sth 1X94 

Crowe "Walter, Truro N S, February KUii issG, Fel)ruary lOth, 1S8G 

Cummings Selclon W, Truro N S, Octoljcr 22ml l«sit, ()ctol)er 22iul 18s;) 

Currey Lemuel A, Q C, of Carrey & Vinccut, Wt .John N B, April 17th 1882, 

CURREY & VINCENT, Ht .Tohn N B 

Curry Wiu, AViiulsor N S 

Cutler AVm H, Ariehat N S, July 2;!rcl lsl4, July 2:{nl 1S44 

DANIELS ORLANDO T, Bridgetown N S, December 22ncl issr., October 22n(l 1805 
Sec ado page 366 

Davison Allan A, jr, Newcastle N B, June 22ucl isso, April 2.Jth l.S8l 

Daly Hon M B, Halifax N S, May 10th ls(14, May 10th 1S(;4 

Davies Hon Louis H, Q C, of Davies & Haszard, Cliarlottetown P E I, June 27th 18G(J, Oct 9th 18G7 

Davies & Haszard, Charlottctown, P E I 

Davis J Alder, Amherst N S, December K'.th ISSS, December H!th iss.s 

Davis Robert H, St George N B, October 2.'?rd IH.sQ, February 23rd 1882 

■pvAVISON JAS McG, Halifax, N S, May 25th 1892, May 25th 1892 



(S'ee ado paijc 552 

DET)L01S WM MINET, Annapolis, N S, Dec Ifith isso, Dec 16th 1880 
j^ See ado page 563 

DENNISON H L, of Copp & Dennison, Digby N S, Dec 15th 18ss, Dec 15th 1888 

Desbarris LcavIs W, Halifax, N S, April 19th 1852, April 19th 1852 

DcsBrisay Benjamin, Charlottetown, P E I, October aoth 1852, October 30th 1852 

'INE I'RED, St John, N B, October 19th 1887, October 25th 1888 



DeWolf Chas E 



See ado page 538 



Windsor, N S, July 19th 1S70, July 19th 1870 



Dickey Hon A R, Q C, Amherst, N S, 
Dickey Hon R B, Q C, Amherst, N S, 



August 20th 1878, August 20th 1878 
January 22nd 1833, January 22nd 1833 

551 



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Halifax, N. 5.] 



BARRISTERS' CARDS. 



C. B. BURNS, 

Barrister and Attorney-at-^Law, 



HALIFAX, 



N. S. 



JAMES M. DAVISON, LL. B. 

Barpistep, Solicitop, 

NOTARY PUBLIC, Etc. 



Ofi-ice: No, 16 PRINCE STREET, 



HALIFAX, N. S. 




I. DOYLE. LL B. 



Barrister, Solicitor, Etc., 



Office : 60 BEDFO-tD ROW, 



^Halifax. N. S. 



Hi 






^aw, 



B., 



N. S. 



!5. 



Halifax, N. S] BARRISTERS' CARDS AND GENERAL LIST. 



EATON I BECKilTH, 

BARRISTERS, J0LIGIT0R8, ETC. 

35 BEDFORD ROW. HALIFAX, N. 8. 



Brenton H. Eaton, Q. C, 
Horace I. Beckwith. 



Harris, henry i cahan 



7 



Barristers, Solicitors, Etc. 



} 



MERCHANTS' BANK BUILDING, 



HALIFAX, N. 8. 



Robert E. llanis, Q. ('. William A. Hoiirv, LL. B. 

Charles II. Caliaii, LL.ll 
Cable Address : " Henry," A. B. C. Code. 
Solicitors in Canada for the Inii)ei'iai (lovernment (Admiralty and War 
Departments), Solicitors foi" Meichants' Bank of Halifax, Union Bank of 
Halifax, Acadia Sugar Refining Comi)a'ny, Eastern Trust Co., Solicitors in 
Nova Scotia for Canadian Pacific Railway C()mi)any, Western Assurance 
Comi)any of Canada, Insurance Company of North America, British and 
Foreign Insurance Co., Reliance Marine Insurance Co., Canada Life Assur- 
ance Comi)any, Consumers Cordage C*omi)any, (Icneral Mining Association, 
etc., etc. 



Dickson J Howe, Hopewell Cape, N 15, October 22u(l 1S74, October 24th, ISTG 
Dickson "Win A, I'ictou N S, December 12tli 1,S7S, December 12tli 1878 
Dixon Miles B, St John, N 1$, April 2;Srd 1875, April 2;!rd, 1870 
Donkin W Frederick, Amherst, N y, December l!»th l.ssi, December lltth 1881 
DouU Walters, Halifax, N S, November ;!Oth 187s, November 30th 1878 



553 



Halifax, N. S.\ 



BARRISTERS' CARDS. 



fi. T. JONES, \i\i. B., 

Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Public, 



Rooms 1 >.<; 2, 
UEDDEN BUILDING, 

TKhEIMIONK tll2. 



RFXjrSTRAU COUKT OF PKOIUTE, 

45 Sackviiie Street, 

HALIFAX, N. 



HacGOY, HacCOY I GRANT, 




Solicitors and Notaries, 

HALIFAX, N. S. 



WILLIAM F. MacCOY, Q. C, City Recorder. 
WENSLEY B. MacCOY, B. a., LI- B. 
DAVID K. GRANT, M. A., LI.. B. 



JOHN A. riacKINNON, B.A.,LL.B. 

Barrister, Solioitor, Notarji Folilie, Ete., 

Offices : Rooms 25 & 27 Metropole Building, 

193 Hollis Street, HALIFAX, N. S. 

554 



ublic, 



■» 



N. S. 



J 



IMifax, N. S.] BARRISTERS' CARDS AND GENERAL LISTS. 



\VAt,I,ACK McDONAI.U. 



JAMHS A. McDONAl.U, 1. 1.. H. 




\& i3. 0*. Mc3>onald, 



Barristers and Solicitors. 



People's Bank Building, 



11 Duke Street, 



HALIFAX, N. S., CANADA. 



3. 



m W. McjCelhn, 



Solicitor, Notary, Etc., 



rL.S. 



^. s. 



■){) GRANVILLE STREET, 



HALIFAX, N. S. 



DOYLE MATTHEW N, Halifax, N S, October 25th 1892, October 2rith 1892 
See adv page 552 

Drysdale Arthur, of Drysdale & Mclinies, Halifax, N S, January 13th 1883, January 13th 1883 

Drysdale & Mclnnes, Halifax, N S, 

DOTTY CHAS E, Fredcricton, N B, October 21st 188(;, October 27th 1887 
See a<li) jmr/e 578 

DUNN JOHN B, St John, N B, October 12th 18,S9, October 23rd 1890 
See ado page 538 

Earle Allen Otty, Q C, St John, N B, October 25th 1872, October 27th 1873 









Halifax, N. S\ 



BARRISTERS' CARDS. 



P. O. BOX 292. 



TELEPHONE G72. 



McNEIL, McNEIL & TERNAN, 

Barri^tcr^, -Solicitor^ ar\c| CohVeyaKcer^, 

ROOMS 4.") to 4S 
METROPOLK BUILI)IN(J, 



DANIEL McNEIL, 
ALEX. McNEIL, LL. B. 
GERALD B. TERNAN, LL. B. 



HALIFAX. N. 8. 





OS. S^otting^ jCjC. 

SAERISTEM^ S®U€ITOffi, 
NOTARY, ETC. 

Hesslein Building, - 121 Hollis Street, 

HALIFAX, N. S. 

A. Q. florrison, 

BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, ETC. 



* ^D* c^* c 



HALIFAX, N. S. 



556 



iliSti' 



^fAN, 



N.8. 




H( 



Street, 



►n, 



HixUfii'iy N. S] BARRISTERS' CARDS AND C.ENERAI, LIST. 



B. t". I^EARSON. 



V/. II. CnVKRT. 



PEARSON & COVERT, 

Solicilor.s, Sic. 



Ikl'.DDKN l>riLI)IN(l, 



Cable Acldrt'Ms, "rearsoii," 



45 Sackville Street, 

HALIFAX, N. S. 



EATON & BECKWITH, Halifax, N S, 
Seb ado pwjc 553 

EATON BRENTON H, QC, of Katon i<; I'.eckwith, Halifax, N S, October 1 1th 'M, October Utli '04 

I':i)i)ctt Arthur W, (laKctowu, N B, Octol)cr lOth 1«!M), Octol)er 22n(l is'.iL 

I^'LLERSHAW EDWARD, Di^by, N S, April isth 1H',»;5 April isth 18!i;i 

Elliott George H, Q C, Pictoii, N S, May iMtli ISdH, May IMth IMdH 

Finmerson Frederick W, Judse of Trolmte, Fackville, N », October 17th IHSI, July 8th 1H83 

17 MMERSON HENRY B, Dorchester, N B, October 18th 1877, October 2Hrd 1878 
'j See adv jiaije 570 

Krvin John, Bridgetown, N S, December ;ilst 1870, Dccenil)er 31st 1870 

Kwiiif; Wm Alexander, St John, N B, AprillOth 1883, April 24th 1884 

I7AIRWEATHER ARTHUR C> ^t John N B, June Hitli, 1805, June , 1867 
^ Ser ado top half outside front cooer. 

l''airweather Fred L, Sussex, N B, October Ifith, 18!»o, Octol)er dth 1892 

Fairweather Geo E, St John, N B, June 20th 1874, October 20th, 1875 

I7AIRWEATHER STEWART L, f^t John, N B, Octol)er icth 18!ii, 
^ See ado toji lialf front cover 

Fcnety Harris G, St John, N B, October Kitli 1800, October 22nd 18!)1 

FEROUSON CLARENCE H, of Carleton & Ferguson, St John, N B, October 13th '83, Oct Ifith '84 

Fielding G H, Stipendiary Magistrate, Halifax, N S, December 14th 1876, Decemljer 14th 187(5 

Finlayson Duncan, Arichat, N S, October 22nd 18!)5, October 22nd 181)5 

FISHER & A B CONNELL, Woodstock, N B, 
Sec ado par/e 59S 

Fisher Chas H B, Q C, of Fisher & Fisher, Fredericton, N B, October 14th 1801, October lUth 1863 

Fisher & Fisher, Fredericton, N B 

FISHER LEWIS P, Q C, of Fisher & A B Connell, Woodstock, N B, June 18th '40, June 17th '43 



557 



Halifax, N. S.] 



BARRISTERS' CARDS. 



ROSS, MELLISH I MATHERS 



w. n. ROSS, g. c. 

H. MKLMSir, B. A., ij,. n. 

V. V. MATHKRS, 1,1,. B. 



HALIFAX. N. S. 



B. RUSSELL, Q. C. 



FRANK W. RUSSELL, LL. B. 



MnsselJ & Mnssell, 



lARRIST 



\X./i 



9 






52 BEDFORD ROW, 

HALIFAX, N. S 



558 



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<s., 



:, N. 8. 



JSSELL, LL.B. 



//, 




/Mjcix, X. S.] IJAKKISrKRS' CARDS AND CIKNKRAI, LIST. 



(i. A. K. HOWLrNGS, LL.B. 



W. K. TIIOMrSON. LL. n. 



ROWLINGS & THOMPSON, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc., 



4;] SACKVILLE STREET, 



HALIFAX, N. S. 



Calilo Addro.s.s: "Tkkmaink, Halifax." 

F. J. TREMAiNE,Q.C., 

Barrister and Solicitor 
oi s^xa^8= Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, 

143 Hollis street, - HALIFAX, N. S. 

I'ishcr WlUiaiiison, Woodstock, X IJ, October IHth 1H79, (••otolHT L'linl 18W 

I7IITZPATRICK H K, New (JlasKow, N S, Octobor 22iul 1H8!), October 22iul Ihsk 
Si'r adr pai/r SS't 

Flint Tlios 11, Yannoutb.NS, ])eccin))er rith 1S71, December 5th 1871 

FoLjo .Tames, Q C, Pictoii, N S, May 2n«l l«:i7. May 2nd 1837 

Korbi's Francis G, Halifax N g, .Tanuary Htli 1hm3, January 8tU 1HH3 

Ford Ernest L, Sackville, N 15, October I. sth 1H8H, 

Forsytli G Ormond, I'ort llawkcsbury, N P, October 22nd 188!t, October 22nd 188!» 

Foster Archibald W, Springhill, N S, October 24th IHiKl, October 24th IH'.ta 

Foster & Foster, Halifax, N S, 

I'oster James G, of Foster & Foster, Halifax, N S, May 10th 1804, May 10th 18C4 

Foster Wm Robert, of Foster & Foster, Halifax, N S, December ;nst 1870, December Itlst 1870 

Fowler George W, Sussex, N B, October 20th 18H4 

Frame Joseph F, Halifax N S, November 13th 18!»0, November 13th 18i»0 

Frascr Alex H R, Port Hood, N S, April 27th 181»2, April 27th l.si»2 

Fiaser Duncan C, Ogden N S, July 2(!th 1873, July 2Gth 1873 

irnser George B, Chatham N B, June 20th 1874, Fel)ruary , 187C 

FRASER JAS A, of Fraser, Jennison & Graham, New Glasgow, N S, Aug !ith 18C4, Aug S)th 1864 

J ERASER, JENNISOX & GRAHAM, New Glasgow, N S 
. See adv page 583 

Freeze J Arthur, Sussex, N B, April 16th 1883, April 24th 1884 

Friel James, Dorchester, N B, June 27th 18!»3, July 10th 1894 

559 



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llalijiix, N. S.\ 



BARRISTERS' CARDS. 



W. B. WALLACE, LL. B. 



A. A. MACKAY, B. A., LL. B 



WALLACE I MAGKAY, 



9 



D^lftMII^HUIUFK^ 






I 




K« 



P^^*4.*^^'-^K. 



BEDFORD (^HAMBEllS, 



74 P>EDFOUD ROW, 

'rRI.RPflONK No. 90,v 



HALIFAX, N. S. 



WOOD & KING 

Baci'i^tei'p, policitoii^, Etc, 

REDDENVS BUILDING, UHlirnV M Q 

45 SACKVILLE STREET, nilLll ilA, N. U. 






560 



Am/u-rst, N. S.] BARRISTERS' CARDS AND GENERAL LISTS. 



<AY, B. A., LL. B 



AY, 



N. S. 



v^G 



N.8. 




f. jlmm, Hll-^-^. 



BApSTEH AND SOLICITOR, 
Amherst, - - Nova Scotia. 



Cnmmimoncr of the Supreme Court. 

Siiliritor for the Birkbeck Investment S. ifc (S". Company, 

Ciillictions effected in all parts of the Province. 








Fiillertou Chas r, Halifax, N S, June 14th 18!I5, June 14th ISO.-) 

Fulloii Ktlgar M, Halifax, N S, October 21th 181(3, October 24th, 1803 

iMiitoi. J Avard, of McLellan & Fulton, Truro, N S, March 13th 1894, November 13th 18!»4 

Fulton Willard H, Halifax N S, October 2r.th 18!)2, October 25th 18!»2 

Gannon C A Daniel, Edmundston, N B, October 21st l8Sfi, October 2rjth 18v88 

Gailajjher Dennis B, Woodstock, N B, April I3th 187!!, April ir>th 1880 

(lallaijlier John ,1, Woodstock, N B, October 12th 188!t, October 23rd 18!>n 

Celdert John M, IKUifax, N S, July litth 1873, July littli, 1873 

(icrrior K Lavin, Anti},'onisli, N S, Octol)or 22nd 18!»,>, October 22nd 18!tr. 

f \ ILBERT GEORGE, and of Gilbert & Gilbert, Bathurst, N B, Oct 18th 1888, 

I' 



Oct 17th 188!) 
See adv page rtG.'i 
October 15th 184!> 



GILBERT GEORGE G, Q C, of (iill)ert & Gilbert, St John, N B, October 14th 1847, 

/ 1 1LBERT & GILBERT, St John, N B, 

VX See adv page 539 

(Jilhert Humphrey, Kinysclear, N B, October 22nil 1875, Octol)er 24th 1876 

(iillies Donald, Tort Hood, N S, July 20th l.s74, July 20th, 1874 

(allies J A, Sydney (; B, August 24th 1875, August 24th 18V5 

( \ ILLIS & HARRIS, Annapolis, N S, 

\ X ^ee adv pane r>G3 

GILLIS HUGHE, of Gillis& Harris, Annapolis, N S, May 25th 1882, May 25th 1882 

(iiiouard Edward, Moncton, N B, October Kith 1883, October ICth 1884 

• iourley Seymour E, Truro, N S, July 24th 1874, July 24th 1874 

(iiahamUB, Truro, N S, October 24th 181)3 October 24th 181)i$ 

(Iialiara 11 H, of Eraser, Jennison & Graham, New Glasgow, N S, Oct 23rd 1894, Oct 23rd 1894 

GRANT DAVID, of Grant & Sweeney, Moncton, N B, October 20th 1883, October IGth 1883 

GRANT DAVID K, of MacCoy, MacCoy & Grant, Halifax, N S, May 17th 1895 May 17th 1890 

/ \ RANT & SWEENEY, Moncton, N B 

V X See ado page 384 

Grantham HA, QC, Yarmouth, N S, October 29th 1833, October 29th 1833 

Gray Samuel H, Annapolis, N S, December 11th 18C2, December 11th 1862 

Gregory Albert J. of George F & A J Gregory, Fredericton N B, June 28th 1882, June 28th 1882 

< iregory Charles Currie, Antlgonish, N S, November 29th 1884, 

Gregory Charles Ernest, Antlgonish, N S, December 13th 1887, 

Gregory Geo F, Q C. of Geo F & A J Gregory, Fredericton, N B, 

GREGORY GEORGE F & A J, Fredericton, N B 

S6l 



-. Si* 



November 29th 1884 
December 13th 1887 
June 12th 1863, June 12th 1865 



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If 

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Amherst, N. 5.] 



BARRISTERS' CARDS. 






LOGAN & CASEY, 

ISarristers, &c. 



Amhterst, 



p* ^ 



Nova Scotia. 



Charles R. Smith, 



Amherst, Nova Scotia. 



CoLLECTiNi; A Specialty. 



l/. MBDLgy rOWNSHEND, Q. C. 



944(«« 



r. SHERMAN RCQSRS. 



MiB-mmi ^ 



.# 




BARRISTERS, SeLieiTBRS, ^c 




Offices at Amherst ^ — ^ 

AND PaRRSBORO. {£) 



BANK BUILDING, 

AMHERST, N. S. 



562 



Annapolis, N. 5.] BARRISTERS' CARDS AND GENERAL LISTS. 

:Solicitor for the Bradstreet Mercantile Agency, 
Toivn Recorder, and 
Manager Dominion Government Savings Bank. 

WILLIAM M. DEBLOIS, 

F3arrister, Solicitor, Ktc. 

Offtcc St. George Street, 

ANNAPOLIS ROYAU NOVA SGOTIA. 



^MttN RCaSRS. 



II. !■;. GIM.IS. 



FRUD. W. HARRIS. 



Gillis & Harris, 

BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, NOTARIES PUBLIC, &c., 
ANNAPOIvIS ROYAI^, N. S. 



Coinmissioncrs for the I'roviiiceof New Brunswick. 
Coinmissioners for the Slate of Massachusetts. 
Ajients for R. G. Dun & Co. 
AKeiits for Bradstrcet's Commercial Agency. 



General .\gents for Fire, Marine and Life In.surance. 
Members of the United States Law Association. 
Real Estate Agents, 



Office: BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA BUILDING. 



GRIERSON J ARTHUR, Weymouth Bridge, N S, March 28th 1893, March 28th 18!) J 
(S'ee adv page 596. 

GRIMMER FRANK H, St .\ndre\v,s, N B, October 17th 1885, October 28th 188G 
See adv page 589 

(irimmer W C Ilazcn, St Stei)hen, N B, October 23rd 1880, October 2.jth 1881 

Haliburton Alfred F, Baddcck, N g, April 19th 1842, April lOtli 1842 

HAMILTON C F, New Haven, Con, U S, 
See adr page 600 

Ilanington Angustus II, Q C, St John, NB, Juno 15th 18(i7, June 11th 18G8 

Ilauington Henry C, Moncton, N B, Octol)cr 12th 1889, Octoi)er 2;U-d 1890 

lliuiriglit Fred W, Halifax, N P, January 5th 1888, January 5th 1888 

iliin.sard Hugh II, St John, N B, Novem))cr 22nd 1895 

Harding Harry T, Truro, N S, December 4th 187:?, December 4th 1873 



H 



ARQUAIL JAS S, D.iIliousie, N B, October 21st 18RG, October 27th 1887 

See ado page 572 



Harrington & Chisholin, Halifax, N S, 

Harrington C S, Q C, of Harrington & Chisholm, Halifax, N S, October IGth 1871, Octol)er IGth 1971 

Harrington John J, Bathurst, N B, June 20th 1879, October 1893 

HARRIS FRED W, of Gillis & Harri.s, Annapolis, N S, Octol)cr 24th 1893, Octol)er 24th 1893 



H 



ARRIS, HENRY & CAHAN, Halifax, NS, 

See ndv page 553 

563 












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Annapolis, N. 5.] 



BARRISTERS' CARDS. 



'[Anii,s;onishe, N. S. 







A 



f/ 



Barrister, Solicitor, 

Notary Public. 



ANNAPOLIS ROYAL, 



Nova Scotia. 



-*^ J. M. OWEN, 

Barrister & Notary Public, 
Judge of Probate. 



Consular Afjent of the Uiiitrd Statrtt. 
Ai/ent foi' Novd Satlia Jiuiltlitnj Societif. 



OFFICE 




s± GEORGE STREET, t Annapolis Royal, N. S. 



AM F. MACPl 



BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, ETC. 



Antigonish, 



Nova Scotia. 



564 



iconishe, A". S. 




blic. 

:otia. 



blic, 



Biilhiirst, N. B.] BARRISTERS* CARDS AND GENERAL LIST. 



GEORGE GILBERT, 

Attorney, Solicitor, 



NOTARY, Etc. 



13^ THITmST. IsT. IB. 



N. A. LANDRY, i^i^ B., 

Barrister- at- IiaWp 

Jl^DGE OF TKOIUTES. KEFEIIEE TN EQUITY. 

►SI'X'V-'J'kKAS. of TIIK MrMCII'AMTV (»K Gj.orCKSTEU. 



BATHURST, N. B. 



3l, N. S. 



m, 



JOTIA. 



HARRIS HOWARD G, Wolfvillc, N S, November 13tli is'.M, Xovomber i;Ub 18!)l 

Harris Josepb A, Monctoii, N B, ()ctol)er lOUi issr.. Octol)cr 2Stb ISHO 

HARRIS ROBT E, Q C, of Harris, Henry v^;: Caban, Halifax, X S, Jan'y 17tb 18S2, Jan'y 17th 1882 

HARRISON FRANK A, of Powell, Bennett .^ Harrison, Sackville, N B, Nov ir.th '94, Nov 22nd ".):> 

Hartlcn Welsford U M, Halifax, N S, December isth ISS3, December 18tb 18H8 

Hartley & Carvell, Woodstock, N B, 

Hartley J Cbi|)man, of Hartley & Carvell, Woodstock, N B, ()ctol)er ICth isiio, October 22ud 1892 

HARTT J TWINING, St .lobn X B, Ai)ril IC.tli 1883, April 24th 1884 
Si-c win p((r/c S3!) 

Hazard Francis L, Q C, of J)avics & Hazard, Charlottetown, 1' E I, Feb 28th 1872, Feb 20th 1873 

llatlicway AVm H T, St John, N B, February 12th isso, 

Haviland Kustacc H, Charlottetown, P K I, February 5th 1^7:!, February 24th 1874 

HAZEN J DOUGLAS, <i C, of Hazcn & IJaymond, St John, X B, June 2sth 18s;?, June 28th 1883 

HAZEN & RAYMOND, St John, N B, 
See iiilr jXKji' ii4(t 

TTEARNE DAVID A, Sydney, X S, December 12th 1S78, December 12th 1878 



n 



Sec adv ptific i)92 



llearn James H, Sydney, N S, May 2nd ls(!.-), May 2nd Isim 

Henderson Geo A, St John, N B, February 13th 1874, February Kith 1875 

Henderson Martin G, St John, N B, October 21st 1880, October 23th 1887 

HENRY W A, of Harris, Henry & Cahan, Halifax, X .s. March 31st 1887, March 31st 1887 

Ilensley Hubert A, Pictou, N S, Deceml)er 8lli iss5, December Sth IMS.") 

Hetherington Hortou B, Gagetown, N B, October 16th 181)0, October 22nd 181)1 

565 



»r»-r- 



Bridgetown, N. .9.] 



BARRISTERS' CARDS. 



O. T. DANIELS, 

Barrister, Solicitor, Real Estate Agent, &c. 

MUNICIPAI^ CIvKRK. 

KANDOLI-M nU.LI,.N(;, BRIDGETOWN, N. S. 



TKL. No. 5. 



r>. O. BOX No. 4. 



&. ^. Miller, 

Barrister and Attorney-at-Ijiaw, 

CONVEYANCER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT, 
Tl)S(lP&I)CC fl21dCT>t. Collections of all kinds promptly attended to. 

Randolph Block, - BRIDGETOWN, N. S. 



J. G. H. 




, Solicitor, &c., 












'Wt 



COMMISSIONER SUPREME COURT. NOTARY. ETC., 



Real Estate A^^Pt, ^c. 



Office: FITZ RANDOLPH BLOCK 
Cor. Granville and Queen Streets 



;"• BRIDGETOWN, N. 8. 



566 




ent, &c. 



V, N. S. 



Br,\t^ct,m>ii, iV. S.] IJARRIS'I'EUS' CARDS AND (ilCNIiRAI- LIST. 



T. D. RUGGLES, Q. C. 



EDWIN RUGGLES, Q. C. 



HARRY RUGGLES, B. A. 



T. D. RUGGLES & SONS, 

SOLICITORS, &c., &c. 



IN5URANCI: AGENTS. 
MONEY TO LOAN. 

Claims Promptly Coliected, 
SOLICITORS for BANK of NUVA SC01i\. 



Bridgetown, N. S. 



IT, 

iptly attended to. 

N. S. 




[Y, ETC., 



I N, 8. 



F. L IVIlLNER,BARRiSTER-AT^LAW, 

Commissioner of Supreme Court, 

Oi'KKK : (^)rKK\ Strkict, 



BRIDGETOWN, N. S. 



Tklkimiunk N(). 11, 



P. (). Box 37. 



HEWSON EDGAR E, Amhcr.st, N S, October 2:!nl 1894, October 23ril 1891 
See. ado page UGl 

HEWSON ROBERT W, Moncton. N B, October 20th 1881, Octol)cr 29th 1885 
See adv pcffe 584 

Hickman John W, Amherst, N .«•', May 27th 1882, Miij 27th 1882 

Hill Tliomas C, Sydney, N S, July 25th 1800, .July 25th 1800 

Hill Wni H, Halifax, N S, May 12th 18C2, May 12th 18(52 

HILL W ARTHUR G, Sydney, N S, October 23rd, 1894, October 2.3r(l 1894 
See ad!) pcKje 592 

llitchinj^s Stephen 11, St Stephen, N B, J\ily 18th 1835, February 7th 183G 

Molincs Simon n, Q C, Halifax, N S. August 9th 1801, Auijust 9th 1804 

Iliiiiitins Wm Hugh, Halifax, N S, October 28th 1890, October 28th 1890 

Hunt J Johnston, Halifax, N '=', December 31st 1872, December 31st 1872 

Hutchinson Robert, Q C, Uichibucto, N B, October 13th 1847, October 12th 1852 

INGS ALBERT ERNEST, of Peters, Peters v^^ Ings, Charlottetown, P E I, Feb 27th '9 ! , Feb 20 '95 

Irving Robert A, Buctouchc, N B, Noveml)er 13th 1895 November 19th 1893 

IVES WELSFORD BLACK, of McDonald .<; Ives, Pictou, N S, Dec 23rd 1884, Dec 23rd 1884 

Jaclv I Allen. Q C, St John, N B, Oct 12th 180(i, October 12th 1807 

.liinies Havelock H, Richlbucto, N B, Octol)er 29tli 1879, February 29th 1880 

Jiunieson John H, of Jamieson & McDougall, Port Hood, N S, Nov 7th, 1882, Nov 7th 1882 

.liiniieson & McDougall, Port Hood, N S, 

lARVIS WM M, St John, NB, April 14th 1801, June 12th 1803 



567 



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BARRISTERS' CARDS. 









r, 




Barrister and Solicitor, 

BRIDGEWATER, - NOVA SCOTIA. 







Barrister, 

BRIDCiEWATER, - NOVA 5C0TIA. 



F. B. Wade, O. C. 



V. J. Paton, LL. 11. 



Wade & Paton, 

Barristers* Solicitors, Notaries pol)lic, Etc., 



TBI.. No. 68. 
P. O. BOX 206. 



WADE'S BUILDING, MAIN STREET. 

BRIDQEWA^PER, N. S. 



J. A. WHITFORD, LL. B., 

BARRISTKR, 

Solicitor, Notary Public, &c. 

Commissioner of the Supreme Court. . _ _ General Insurance and Collecting Agent. 



POST OFFICE BUILDING, 



BRIDGEWATER, N. S. 



568 



CiViipbcUhn, N. B\ BARRISTKRS' CARDS AND (;ENr':RAI, MSI'. 




)TIA, 




riA. 



Paton, LL. ]',. 



Etc., 



N. S. 



B., 



illectiog Agent. 
S. 



Mc&lUter & Moll, 

BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS. 
NOTARIES, Etc. 

CAMPBELLTON, New Brunswick. 



JOHN MoALISTBR, Q. C. 



W. A. MOTT. 



TENNISON H£DLE!ir V, New Glns.uow, N S, December Utli 188C, December Utli 1880 
.SV'c mJv imijc iiSG 
JENNISON J LESLIE, of Krascr, .Teiuiison >!t (iraham, New Glasjjow, N S, Fel) ;?ril '8:1, Feb ;tr(r8;5 
.Idlinson Henry W, Halifax, N S, November L'lst 18(i0, November 21st ISCO 
.[oliiifston .las W K, Halifax, N S, January 4th IS")'.!, January 4tli 18r)!i 

JOHNSTON JAMES J, Ciiarlottetowu, P E I, November 1st 18!»2, November 7t1i ISIt:) 
,SV(' oilr iiaifr ii7 ) 

.lolinstonc Lewis M, Halifax, N S, October 2r.th 1S!»2, ()ctol)er 2r,\h 1802 

Johnston Uichard K, of Hell it Johnston, Sunnnersitle, I* K I, November ISrd 1S90, 

Jonah Wilfred H, I':i,i,'in, N 15, Noveml)er ir.lli IgiH, Noveml)er 22nd isiC, 

Jones Franl<, Dii,'l)y, N S, Noveml)er 2i)tli 18S8, Noveml)er 2!ith 1888 

JONES H T, Halifax, N S, Marcli l«th 18S!i, Marcli IGth 188D 
Ser (ulc iimie r>ol 

Jones Randolph K, Woodstock, N IJ, June 15th 18(;G, OctoI)er Uth 1807 

Jones Wendall 1', Woodstocii, N K, November l.^th 1890, 

JORDAN DANIEL, ti C, St John, N B, Fel)ruary l.lth 1S07, February 10th 18C8 

Kay James, Moncton, N 11, October 2;ird 1880, October 2(;th 1SS2 

KAYE EDMUND G, St John, N B, April 187!), April 1880 
See adr ikujc ~>40 

Keetler Kalph T, Urldjiewater, N S, March 27th 18!I5, March 27th 18!t5 

KEITH HEBER S, St John, N B, June 27th 1893, July 10th 1894 
See adc pcifje ii40 

KELLEY J KINO, St John, N B, October ICth 1890, Octol)er 22nd 1891 
See adv JiUijc tiSJf 

Kennelly David J, Cape Breton, N S, Dcceml)cr lOtli 1879, Deceml)er lOth 1879 

Kenny .Joseph B, Halifax, N S, July 10th 18!H, July 10th 1894 

Kerr John, St John, N B, October 21st 1809, Octol)er lllh 1870 

Kcrston W Fred, Grand Falls, N B, June 21st 1877, Aprill2th 1879 

Iviuii & Barss, Halifax, N S, 

Kins Kd D, Q C, of Klnj,' & Barss, Halifax, N S, December 7th 18G7, December 7th 18C7 

KING GEORGE H, Windsor, N S, Deceml)er 9th 1871, December 9th 1871 
,SV'e tide page iiOfi 

KING H DeWOLF, of Wood & King, Halifax, N S, April 4th 1895, April 4th 1895 

King Ora P, of White, Allison & King, Sussex, N B, October 19th 1885, April 12th 1888 

KNAFF CHARLES E, Dorchester, N B, February 13th 1858, Pcl)ruary 10th 1801 

Knight James M, Moncton, N B, April 10th 1883, October ICth 1884 

TT^NOWLES EDWARD T C, St John, N B, Fcl)ruary 18th 1871, February 20th 1872 



JV 



See adv page '>41 



569 



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BARRISTERS' CARDS. 






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J. J. JOHNSTON, 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, 



COLLROTIONS PROMl'TLY ATTENDED TO. 



RKPRKSKNTINr. 



MrKllliiii'H Ciiini'ii'iviiil llfmiil, 
Mfiiihiiltiiii (.'Diiiincirinl Aiii'iicii, 
Oitltirin Miiliitd l/ij'i- IiiHdrniiri' ('i> , .Ir. 



OmcT, STAMPER BLOCK, 

CHARLOTTETOWN, P. E. I. 



J. T. MELLISH, M. A., LL. B.. 

Barrister, Attorney, Notary, Etc. 

Collecting, Conveyancing, and all kinds of Legal Ikisiness promptly attended to. 
INVES'l'MKNTS MADK ON HE.ST SECURITY. .-. •. MONEY I'O LOAN. 

Ollico, London Hoisk liiiLDiNo, 

Charlottetown, P. E. I. 



Branch at Souris as 

MELLISH&MELLISH. 



PETERS, PETERS & INGS, 

Barristers, Attorneys-at-Law, &c., 

CAMERON BLOCK, 

is?sr,-5i.s«» « "^ Gl^aplottetoWr^, P. E. 1. 

A. ERNEST INGS. ' 

JAHES H. REDDEN, 

Barrister=at=Law, 

Cameron Block, Charlottetown, P. E.I. 



COLLECTIONS CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO. 



570 



blic, 



I, P. E. I. 
B., 

XSfc. 

Ifd to. 
ro LOAN. 

^ E. I. 

s. 

, &c., 
.E.I. 



C/„u/fu>n, P. K. I.] nAlUlISTERS' CARDS AND OENKRAL LIST. [a„Uhat,i, N. D. 

C. R. SMALU^^OOD, 

ATTORNEY- AT-Iv AW, 

Barrister, Notary Public, Etc. 



Cameron, Block, 

Charlottetown, P. E. I. 



n. S. BENSON, 

Attorney, Notary, Con- 
veyancer, 

COUNTY CORONER. 

Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Apt. 

P. O. Box 20, 

OFFICE :"BENSON BLOCK. 



AGENT FOR- 



The CVlobe SnvitiKs and I.oaii Company of Toronto. 

" The United States I,nw AssociaUon. 

" K<iuitable Mercantile Company of New York, 
and The John W. Kaly Company of Hoston. 



. t/G) 



(SS. 





Chatham, 



New Bruns>vick:. 



Kyh! Gcoi-Kc W, St Peters, N S, November ICtli 1891, November ICth 1891 
LaForcst Frederick, Eclmuiulston, N B, October 21st 1880, ()ctol)er 27th 1887 

LANDRY NARCISSE A. Q C, Batluirst, N B, June 2oth 1879, April 24tli. 1880 
' See wh' fiaije o65 

Lane Charles W, Lunenburg, N S, December 13th 1887, December 13th 1887 

Langille Robert M, Wcstvllle, N S, October 22nd 1889, October 22nd 1889 

LAWLOR RIC&ABD A, Chatham, NB, February 10th 1877, February 21st 1878 

Lawrence Fred A, Q C, Truro, N S, April 27th 18C9, April 27th 18G9 

Lawrence John P, Westmorland, N B, February 9th 1884 

Lawson Aaron, of Stevens vt Lawson, Edmundstou, N B, November I'.th 1894, November 22nd 1894 

Lawson Thomas, Andover, N B, October 21st 1880, October 27th 1887 

Layton Norman J, of Longworth & Layton, Truro, N S, July 22nd 1873, July 22nd 1873 

Lenoir Melain U, Halifax, N S, July 14th ISDl, July 14th 1891 

LOGAN & CASEY, Amherst, N S 
See advpage 562 
LOGAN HANCE J, of Logan & Casey, Amherst, N S, October 25th 1892, October 25th 1892 
Longley Hon J W, Halifax, N S, September 10th 1875, September 10th 1875 

LOGGIE WM J. Chatham, N B, November 19th 189C 
" ' See adc page 572 

Longworth Israel, Q C, of Longworth & Layton, Truro, N S, December 8th 1801, December 8th 18G1 

Longworth & Layton, Truro, N S, 

Longworth John A, Charlottetown, V E I, January 11th 1887 

Lovctt Henry A, Truro, N S, April 17th 1890, April 17th 1890 

Lovett Lawrence A, Kentville, N S, April 16th 1895, April IGth 1896 

Lyons, Lyons & Tobin, Halifax, N S, 

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HARRIsriCRS' CARDS. 



[/),i//ii>iisit', N. /!. 



W. J. LOGGIE, LL B. 




a^^iMe^ ((IK 




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im^j=d-La\{\ 



CHATHAM, N. B. 



WARREN G. WINSIiOW, 



BARRISTER, 



Solicitor of Bank of Moulrcal. 
Referee in Equity. 



Solicitor and Secy-Trcas. Birkl)eck 
^%' Investment, Security and Savings Co. 



NOTARY P^UBIrlG, 

Coii]iiussioi]er for NoVa Scotia. 



CHATHAM, 



N^W BriiqsWick. 



o<lJAMES S. HARQUAIL,I> 

BARRISTER-AT-LAW, (g) 

Clerjk of the Peace. '^'^^tS*'^^ Accounts Promptly Collect ■ 



Clerk of the Circuit Court, 
Clerk of the County Court. 






ed in all parts of the 
Dominion. 



Restigoiiclie Go^ii^ty* 



Oflloe :— Dalhousle, N. B. 



572 



lliotisie, N. /)'. 



\ 




nalhoHsic, N. B.\ IJARRISriCRS' CARDS AND OKNKRAI, MST. 



[Di^h; N.S. 



Mon, of, & Marlarie^ 

BARRISTER, &c., &c. 



''.>^>'-S,-~v^ 



DALHOUSIE. 



New Brunswick 



A. .1. S. COPP. 



HARRY L. DENNISON. 



:)w, 



■s. Birkhcck 
Saviiios Co. 



a. 
5Wick. 

L,I> 



(ly Collect ■ 
rts of the 



COPP & DENNISON, 



DIGBY, N. S. 



Lyons Will Alexancler, of Lyons, Lyons & Tobin, Halifax, N S, Dec l.Uh 1HS7, Dec 13th Im.sT 

Mack Hon Jason M, Liverpool, N S, October lUst 1H69, October Slst iMCii 

Marsh John L, Frctlericton, N B, April 10th 1H53, October 13tli 1H54 

Marsh S Edgar, Bridgewater, N S, March 28th 1H93, March 2Hth ls!t3 

Marshall J N S, Q C, Liverpool, N S, July 21st 1851, July 21st 18,-. l 

Marshall Wm E, Bridgewater, N S, July 20th 1875, July 2(ith 1875 

Martin Kennctli J, of Macdonald & Martin, Summerslde, P E 1, July 17th Ism!), October 7th 1890 

MASTERS FREDERICK A. Kentvillo, N S, January 13th 1883, January 13th 1883 

Mathieson John A, Georgetown, P E I, May 1st 1894, May 7th 1895 

MATHERS FRED F, of Ross, Mcllish & Mathers, Halifax, N S, Oct 25th 1892, Oct 25th 1892 

McAllister JOHN, Q C, of McAlUster & Mott, Campbellton, N B, April 17tli 79, April 24th '80 

MC A LUSTER & MOTT, Campbellton, N B 
J\_ See ado pmje 509 

MC A LPINE E H, St John, N B, May 1878, May 1879 
_^ . See adv paije S42 

McAnn Charles W, Petitcodiac, N B, October ICth 1890, October 22nd 1891 

McCabe J J, Baddecli, N S, December 21st 1870, December 21st 187C 

McClure & Corbett, Truro, N S 

McClure Firman, of McClure & Corbett, Truro, N S, December 12th 1882, December 12th 1882 

MacCOY WINSLEY B, of MacCoy, MacCoy & Grant, Halifax, N S, Oct 24th 1893, Oct 24th 1893 

573 



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BARRISTERS' CARDS. 



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R. G. MONROE 



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NOTARY, Ac. 



Uii'SOLICITOR FOR THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA AT DIGBY 



DIGBY, N. S. 




t-.fS^. ^-^rr-^o \ / o(?^5^f .iSk.-, 



T.C.8HREVE,Q.G., 

Barrister, &c. 
DIGBY, N. S. 




574 



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Digl>y, N. S.] 



BARRISTERS' CARDS AND GENERAL LIST. [Dorchester, N. B. 







Imi'o and Life rusiiraiice A<'tMit. 



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Money to Loan on (iood 
Real Estate S(!eui'ity. 





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MacCOY WM F, Q C, ol MacCoy, MacCo'y & Grant, Halifax, N S, April 29tli 1863, April 29tli 18C3 

MACPIOY, MacCOY & GRANT, Halifax, N S, 
\j See adv pmji' '>'i4 

1READY JAMES W, Fredoricton, N B, Fel)niary 7th 1«h4, April 16th 1885 

Sfe ailv faije 678 



WO 



McCnlly Charles A, Truro, N S, Dcccml)cr 7th 1883, December 7th 1H83 

McCully Frank A, Moncton, N B, <)ctol)er.21st 1886, October 27tb 1887 

McCully Wni R, Amherst, N S, March UJth 1886, Marcli 13th 188G 

MACDONALD AENEAS A, Charlottetown, r E I, July 17th 1889, October 7th 1890 

Macdonalcl Alexander, Port Hood, N S, July 29th 1878, July 29tli 1878 

MACDONALD ALLAN J. Svdncv N S, October 27th 1891, October 27ih 1891 
Seo adv page 592 

McDonald Alvin F, New GlasgoAv, N S, October 22nd 1895, Octoi)er 22nd 1895 

Macdonald Archibald J, Aricliat, N S, Fo))ruary 4tli 188M, February 4th 1888 

Macdonald Cliarlcs A, St John, N B, < )ctobcr 2Cth 1872, October 24th 1873 

Macdonald Charles D, Halifax, N S, November 5th 1875, November 5th 1875 

Macdonald Charles J, Halifax, N S, July 17th 1872, July 17t.h 1872 

MACDONALD EDWARD M, of .'Tacdonaid & Ives, Pictou, N S, Dec 13th 1887, Dec 13th 1887 

MCTkWALD E R, Shediuc, N B, February 7tli 1896, 
yj Scr adv page .'iOO 

Macdonald Hector C, of Macdonald .^i Martin, Charlottetown, 1' K T, July 3rd 1885, June 29th 1886 

kONALD & IVES, ricton, N S, 

Sec adv page 68S' 

575 



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Dorchester, N. ^.] 



BARRISTERS' CARDS. 



\Fredericion., N, B, 



HENRY R. -IMMERSON, 

Barrister, Solicitor, 



TKI.EPHONK No, 3. 
P. O. BOX 601. 



NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC 



DORCHESTER. 



N. B. 



(^ 3>. Michard, 

Barrister, Solicitor, &c. 



DORCHESTER, N. B. 



J:7< 



MARINER G. TEED, 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, &c. 

DORCHESTER, N. B. 

GEOEGE BLACK, 

Barrister. Notaiy Pile, CoiTeyaiicer, Etc, 

Agent GREAT WEST LIFE INSURANCE CO., 

COR. QUEEN and CARLETON STS., F" ivCr L* Cr iv' V/ 1 UI\» iN • t5. 



'eric/on, IV. B. 



>0N, 



, ETC 
B. 



ED, 



N. B. 



EIC, 



B. 



Fredericton, N. B.\ BARRISTERS' CARDS AND GENERAL LISTS. 



John Black, M. P. P. 



F. St. J. Bliss, B. A. 



HuKh O. Nfa!l3. 




lach^ MlUs & S^ealU^ 









SOLICITORS BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA 



FRBDERICTON, N. tJ. 



Cable Address : " Black, Fpederioton." 
Telephone No. 284. 



Opposite POST OFFICE, 

Entrance Capleton Street. 



McDonald JAMES a, of W vvt .I a McDoiuiUI, Halifax. N S, Dec; Utli issi;, Dec 14th 18SC 

McDonakl Jolin S, Charlottetown, 1' E I, Juno L'5th l.s78, June 25tli ls7s 

Miutlonakl John A, Baddeck, N S, Dcceniljcr 19th 1S77, December lOtli 1S77 

Macdonald & Cameron, Sydney, N S, 

McDonald Joseph, Sydney, N S, April 19th 1892, April ll>th 18!I2 

Macdonald L II, of Macdonald v^c Cameron, Sydney, X S, October 25th ls92, October 25th 1892 

Macdonald v^ Martin, Charlottetown and Sununerside, I* K I, 

McDonald Mont, St John, N J?, June 22nd 1870, June ir.th 1871 

McDonald Wallace, of w & j a McDonaui, naiifax, n s, nov 29th is84. xov 29th iss-t 

McDonald Wm, Truro, N S, Noveml)er 1st ls90, Xovcnd)er Lst 1890 

MCTTkONALD W & J A, Halifax, N S, 
_!_/ Hcc inlr pii'jr .ll'i 

McDougall Samuel, Q C, of Jamieson v< McDoufiall, Port Hood, N S, April 8th 1800, April 8th ISOO 

McDougall John, Halifax, N S, March lilst 188;!, March :ilst 188;i 

McDougall John L, Mabou, N S, December 17th 1879, December 17th 1879 

McDougall .losepli W, Tort Hood, X S, <)ctol)er 24th 189;!, October 24th 189;! 

MacEchen Alexander J G, Sydney, N S, October 22nd 1889, < (ctober 22nd 18S9 

McFarlane Hon A, H C, Wallace, N S, December 5th 1843, December 5th 1843 

McGillivray Alexander H, Q C, Cuysborough, X S, December 9th 1871, December 9th 1871 

MacGILLIVRAY HON ANGUS, Antigonish, X S, July 2:!rd 1874, Jidy 23rd 1874 

|\TC/'~^ ILLIVRAY JOHN W, Q C, Xcw Glasgow. X S, Jan\iary Mth 1877, January 14th 1877 

Macllreith K T, of Macllreath i<: Trcmaine, Halifax, X S, March 2<;th ]s95, March 2r)th 1895 

.MacTlreath & Trcmaine, Halifax, X S, 

Mclncrney Geo V, Q C, llichibucto, X B, June 2;!rd, 1879, June 24th isso 

Mclnnis Hector, of Drysdale vt Mclnnis, Halifax, N S, October 23rd 1888, October 23rd 1888 

Mclntyre .Tames M, Sussex, N IJ, October 15th 1891, 

Mclsaac Colin K, Antig.mish, X S, January 12th Isso, .January 12th 1m80 

MacKAY ADAMS ABCHIBALD, of Wallace .^; MacKay, Halifax, X S, Oct 2:!rd isss, Oct 23rd 1888 

McKay Ernest A, Fredericton, X U, October I8th 1888, October 17th 1889 



577 



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Frederictotty N. B. \ 



BARRISTERS' CARDS. 



C. E. DUFFY, 

BARRISTER-AT-IiAHITp 

Attorney | Solicitor, &c., Referee in Equity, 

CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT. 
Clerk of the Peace and Clerk of County Court for Sunbury County. 



Offices: CARLETON -5TREET, 



Cable AddpesM: 
" DUFFY," FRBDBRICTON. 

P. O. BOX 74. 



Fredericton, N. B. 



TKMCrUONK : Office 78 ; Residence 8. 



James W. McCready 

BARRISXKR, NOTARY PUBI^IC, a:c. 



3FIES®:iM2(01'©ir 



^ &\!l a 



» ff. 



SOLICITOR PEOPLES BANK OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 



BARRISTER, SOLICITOR. NOTARY PUBLIC. ETC., 



p. O. Bwx, 186. 



Offices: CHESTNUT BUILDING, 

Queen Street, FREDERICTON, N. B. 

578 



Y, 



Iquity, 



ly- 



N. B. 



idy 



im^ JBo 



IV/CK. 



ETC., 



N, N. B. 



Ircda-iclon, N. B.\ BARRISTERS' CARDS AND (WCNKRAl, LIST. 



H. B. RAINSFORD 

Barrister ai]d «^ltorr)ey^at^IxaW, 



QUEEN 

Clivk of the Peace and 

Iu';^istrar of Birtlis, Deaf /is and i]farriai;es. 



P. O. Box 231. 
Tel. at House 153. 



STREET, 



Fredericton, N. B. 



MacKay John (j, Port Hood, N S, Docpiiibor KUli iss7. I)e(;cinl)cr Ulli 1SS7 
]I/ICT/"ENNA HORACE W, Tarrsboro, N S, DitoiiiIht ICth is!(3, Dpccinbor ICtli 1H!);5 

MC f/'EOWN HA, M John, N 1$, Octoltor 2nili isst, October 2!illi issr. 

McKENZIE DANIEL D, of Murray v<; McKeiizic, Syihioy, X .S. Doc HiUi ISS'.t, Dec loUi 18S'.» 

McKcnzic fJcorije A, Dart moii 111, N S, Doccniber 22iul ls")|, December 22iul IK'il 

McKonzio Iliigli, Truro, N S, August i:!th 1S77, August l.'UIi 1S77 

McKiel Krcd 11, St John, N B, October 22ntl 1S74, Octol)er 22n(l 187.'. 

MacKinnon ]) A, Georgetown, 1* E I, November I Itli lss7, November Cth ISMS 

McKinnon Daniel 11, (iuysborougli, N S, December ".tth is'.io, December ntli 181)0 

l\f AC I/^INNON JOHlf A, Halifax, N S, Oetol)er 2r.tli |s'.)2, October 2r,th lsii2 
j^f j\_ Spc adr prit/e. r>r,/f 

Mcl,atchey Henry F, of Murray & McLatchey, Hopewell, N I?, Octol)er I'.ith 1SS7, October 17th 188!) 
Madauehlan 1) Gustavus, Bathurst, N B, June I2th 1851, June loth 1853 
McLean & Anderson, Lunenburg, N S, 

McLean A K, of MeLcan & Anderson, Bridgewater, \ S, March I Itli is;i2, March Uth 1S!)2 
McLean Angus A, Q C, Charlottetown, P E I, November i:5th 187(i, October .iOth 1S7" 
McLean Charles Archibald, Kentville, N S, April isth isiic, April 18th ISIIC 

McLEAN HUGH H, of Weldon & McLean, St John, N B. February l.ith 187:., February 13th 187C 
EAN JAMES A, Q r, Bridgewater, N S, October Uth iss(;, October Uth ISSC 

See ado paije .'iCS 



MCT EAN JAMES F, New Glasgow, N S, January l.".th ls8'>, January loth 1885 
JLj .SVc (ulv paije ."iSC 

McLellan Samuel 1), Judge of I'robate, Truro, N S. IX'cember 13th 187(1, December 13th 1870 
\TCT ELLAN WILSON W, Halifax, N S. December Kith is7;i, December 13th 187!) 

McLellan W K, IMclou, N S, December 21st IssO, December 21st 1880 
McLennan Daniel, Port Hood, N S, October 2.ird 1888, October 23rd isss 

McLeod Alfred E, f^ussex. N F', June 1S78, June 187!i 

McLeod Duncan C, of M & 1) C McLcod, Charlottetown, V V. 1, June i2th 1S77, June Uth 1878 
McLeod (Jeorge K, K Jolin, N B, November 12th lsi>5, 

"CT EOD H F, Fredericton, N B, November 13ti s:)-i, November IDtli 18!)G 



Sci' tidr jXKjf .■)78 



MCT EOD JOHN D, Pictou, N g, December Cth 18G(1, December (ith isofi 
I J <SV(' ade ihujp 588 

579 



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BARRISTERS' CARDS. 



Cable Aridrf^ , " <jllpp, Prederlcton." 



P. O. Box 402, Telephone 03. 



ARTHUR R. SLIPP, LL. B., 

(G^paduate Boston Univepslty Law School.) 

Barrister, '^'^'citor, I(otary and Conveyanger, 



*v- 



FREDERICION, N. B, 



OFFICES: 



'^'^^^^^^^^ "' 



Chestnut's Building, 

Opp. City Hall, 



SPFCTALTIES: 

Coumtercial and Probate Law. 

Collections Promptly Made. 



iiS«it"" 



p. O. BOX 304. 



• c^* • ^ • (C:^ «IS^ ^^ ^^ <=-> . »=» • 



TELEPHONE 37- 



Wm. WILSON, 

Barrister, Etc., 

Registrar of University of New Brunswick. 



CARLETON STREET, 



FRXSDZSRICTON, n.B. 



580 



Telephone OS. 



.EPHONE 37- 



Kciilvilie, N S.] IJARRISTRRS' CARDS AND (".KNERAI, LIST. 



Frederick A. Masters, 

BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, ETC. 



Revising Officer Electoral District of Kings, N. S. 



GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT. 



Jfain $\m\ 



\mm\ N. % 



W. E. R08G0E, Q. G. 

Barrister, Attorney-at-Law, Solicitor, 

Real Estate Agent, Etc. 



-'"*^ .--V,.'V.y^ j^ .f~- 



C'laims rroinptly (Collected in all parts of the rrovincc. 



KENTVIIalai:, 



Nova Scotia. 



Successor to ... . 
CHIPMAN & SHAFKNER. 



W. P. SHAFFNER, 

BARRISTER, NOT-A.RY, ETO. 

McLcod M & 1) C, Charlottet(nvi), V E I, 

McLeod Malcolm, Q C, of M & 1) C McLood, Charlottetown, P K I, July 10th isfil, July Kith 18G2 

MCT EOD ROBERT, f-t John, N U, October 187s, Octo))cr KS7!» 
_Lj (SVe adf paije ."»42 

McLeod, Morson & McQuarrie, Cliarlottetown and Sununcrsido, 
McManuM James F, Bathurst, N B, October l!>th l«G;t, February '.ith lisOC, 
McMonagle Melbourne, St Stei)hen, N B, February 18tli 1871, February 20tb 1872 
MoNEIL ALEX, of McNeil, McNeil & Ternan, Halifax, N 9, April 21st 18ltl, April 21st I8!»l 

58« 



TP^P 



Kentvilk, N. S.\ 



BARRISTERS' CARDS. 



\^Luncnhur^^ N. S. 



WEBSTER & ROBERTSON, 

BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, Etc. 

Kentville, N. S. 



B. Webstfr, Q. C, 

T. R. Robertson, B. A., Ll. B. 



solicitorr of dominion atlantic railway co. 
Bank of Nova Scotia, Kfntville. 



H. H. WICKWIRE, Ll. B. 



E. B. COGSWELL. 






WICKWIRE & COGSWELL, 

15AREISTERS, SOLICITOJIS, 
NOTARIES PUBLIC \ Etc. 

mmm WEBSTER STREET, ^mm 

KENTVILLE, N. S. 



S. A. GHESL:EY,<~ 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc. 

JUDGE OF PROBATE. 



Offices: CORNER KING and PELHA^^ STREETS, 



Lunenburg, N. 5. 



58^ 



•/i/>/f/X, N. S. 



ON, 



f. S. 



vILWAY Co. 
.F.NTVILLE. 



OGSWELL. 



L, 



Middleton, N. S.\ BARRISTERS' CARDS AND GENERAL LISTS. \Mondon, N. B. 

W. G. PARSONS, B. A., 

Barrister and Solicitor=at=Law, 



NOTARY PUBLIC. 



REAL ESTATE AGENT. 



Soliclloi- of Coiiiinerclal IJaiik ul" Wiiidsur al Middkiloii. 



Ollico Dr. (luntcr's l)iiil(liii<^-, 



MIDDLBTON, N. S. 



R. A. BORDEN, 

BARRISTER, NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC. 

MONCTON, N. B. 



N. S. 



, Etc. 



5, 



WILLIAM B. CHANDLLR. 



CLIFFORD W. ROBINSON. 



M.S. 



Chandler & Molinson^ 

Barristers, Attorneys, &c. 

MONCTON PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 



McNEIL DANIEL, of McNeil, McNeil & Ternan, Halifax, N S, Dec 13th 1879, Dec 13th 1879 

MCXTEII" McNEIL & TERNAN. Halifax, N S, 
J_^ .S'cc mil- jiiiiji' .'I'lO 

MCT^HEE DANIEL L, North Syilney, N S, Docciiil)cr liith IS'.to, DccchiIht i;!th isiio 
J^ * Set: (ifv paijc r>\ 

MCTIHIE WM F. Antigonish, N S, .lauuary KUli iss:!, January Kllh 188.» 
J[^ ' Sec ado jHii/c 5(H 

583 



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Moncton, N. B."] 



BARRISTERS' CARDS. 



[JVewaisf/e, N. B, 



D. ORANX, Ivlv. R 



F. J. aWKENKV. 



GRANT & SWKENEY 



BARRISTERS, NOTARIES, ATTORNEYS, 
SOLICITORS, CONVEYANCERS, ETC. 



OFPICBS: 



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MONCTON and MELROSE, N. B. 

Tui.nriKisK 101. r. C). H<i.\ ■>■>■>. 

EGBERT W. HEWSON, 

Barrister-at-Law, Solicitor, Etc. 

Offices: WRIGHT'S BUILDING, No. 205 HAIN STREET, 

MONCTON, - -KB. 

C. A. I 8. W. PALMER, 

Barristers, Attorneys, Etc. 

^. (^. Williston, 

Attorney-at-Iiaivir. 

BUSINESS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



NEWCASTLE, 



584 



wcastk, N. B. 



rKENKY. 



EY 



, N. B. 



•)')') 



SF. 



»TREET, 



ER, 



New G/asgrnv, N. S.] BA'RRISTI^RS' CARDS AND C;EN1' RAL LIST. 

H. K. FITZPATRICK, 

Barrister, Solicitor ai^d Notary public, 

COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY. 



Ollit'c Over Union Hunk Pivmisi's. 

Telephone No< 73. 



NEW GLASGOW, N. 8. 



I), f. KKASKR. 



I. I,. JKNNISON. 



K. II. C.KAHAM, 1. 1,. 11. 



FRASEB, JENNISON & GRAHAM, 



Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, &c. 



Solicitors for Xova Srotlu Steel Co'y, li'ltl. 

Teiniycape Maiifiaiiese Miiiii)},' Co'y. 
New Glasgow Milling Co'y. 
Blacli Diaiiionil Coal Mining Co'y. 
Bank of Nova Scotia, Ncav Glasj^ow, 



NEW GLASGOW, N. S. 



Mcliuarrie Neil, of McLeod. Jlorson .^t McQiiarrie, Suminersiile, V E I, Oct Itli 1SS3, Oct 7th 1884 
McQueen James, .Shetliac, N B, October lUtli lsf<5, October 7tli 1887 

MACRAE & SINCLAIR, >St John, N B, 
&■(! ado UncfruHl cowr 
MACRAE ALEX W, of MncUae & Sinclair, St John, NB, October 12th 1881), October 23rd 1890 

McSorley Georjje, St .John, N B, April l;Uh 181)5, April 1897 

Mcllish Arthnr J B, of Mellisb & Mellish, Sonris, V E I, .Tanuary 14th isDfi, Jannary 12th 1897 



M 



ELLISH JOHN T, Charlottetown, V E I, :\Iay Hh 1888, Jnly loth 1H81) 

See adv pai/c 57(J 

Mellish llmnphrey, Halifax, N S, October 2.sth 1.^90, October 2sth 1890 

Mellish & Mellish, Sourls, P E I, 

Menj?cr John, of Ritchie & Menger, Halifax, N S, May 17th 1880, May 17th 1.S80 

Merritt Thomas Gray, St John, NB, June Hth isijo, October 18(!9 

MILLER OLIVER S, Briilgewatcr, N S, Jannary 9th lsi)2, 
;SV,'(! mlf paijc 5(i6 

Miller Hon "NVm, Q C, Arichat, N S, May 3lst 18G0, May 31st 18(i0 

Millidge Thomas, Q C, Fredericton, N B, October 1 1th 18G7, October 9th 18(!8 

MILLIOAN CHAS J, St .John, N n, October i:.th is9i, October 20tii 1S92 
Site adi- jKii/i' .■)42 

MILLS JOHN B, Q C, Annai.olis, N S, July 20th ls7,-., Jnly 20th 187,-. 
Sec ado iKKje 5G4 



mm 






m- 



New Glasgow, N. S.'\ 



HARRISTKRS' CARDS. 



H. 


Y. 


. JENNISON, 


Lk 


B. 




Barrister, Notary Public, 


Etc. 




New 


Glasgow, 


N. 


5. 



JOHN M«G1LI.1V]U^ 



T 






NEmr «»IaAS60'W, 



M. S. 



James MacLean, 

BARRISTER, SOLICITOR. NOTARY, 

- - ETC. 

OF'FICES:— 

New Glasgo\7v^ »- - N. S. 



John H. Sinclair. 



George Patserson. 



SINLAIR & PATTERSON, 



NEW GLASGOW, 

586 



N. S, 



Parrsboro, N. S.] BARRISTERS' CARDS AND Cl'NKRAL LIST. [Pelluodiiu; AT. B. 



B. 



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L±c. 



I. S. 

lRY, 



<. s. 



3N. 



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:>, 



HORACE W. MacKENNA, 

Barrlster-at=Law, 



PARR5B0R0, N. S. 



J. H. YEOMANS, 

KarHster, Notary, ^c, 



PETITCODIAC, N. B. 



Mills Lewis A, St Stephen, N n, ()ct()))er littli IHC;!, Oc((»l)er 13th isil.". 
Mills Win AiUlLson, Halifax, N S, Deceiiiher 10th l.srn, December Inih 187l» 

MILNER FRANK L, Britl^Jteto-wn, N S, October L'l'nd 1m!i,-,, October L'L'nd IfS'JS 
See lido inii/r M7 
Miluer W C, Sackville, N B, April 21st \M'.\, Juno 15th 1870 
Mitchell Hon James, Q C, of Stevens .t Mitcliell, St Stephen, N B, Oct 22nU ls70, Oct llilh 1871 

MONROE R Q, Dishy, N S, An.uvist I'nd, 1S77, Atignst Snd 1877 
,SV'(' /(</(• /lai/i ,")74 

MONTGOMERY JOHN. St John, N B, June 27th 1S!»:5. July 10th lx:H 
Sue ado page 53G 
Moore F W h, Charlottctown, 1* K I, May 1st IHSS, May 21st 1h.s!» 
Moore George T, Q C, Liverpool, N S, August 12th isoi), August 12th isoii 
Morrell Scott E, St John, N B, October 12th IMlCi, October sth Is!i4 

MORRISON A G, Hnlifax, N S, December Sth 1M82, December r.th |8S2 
.SV^ adv jiaije 5.5(i 

Morrison Robert, Sussex, N 15, October 21st 188i;. October 27th Ism7 

Morse Albert, Bridgetown, N S, May lOtli 18CI, May 10th ls(;| 

MORSE E J, of Blanchard & Morse, Windsor, N S, January 12tli Is'.H, January 12th 1891 

Morse James S. Bestigouchc, N B, Fei)ruary 9th l8.3lt, February 4th 1841 

Morse Leoander, Digby, N S, July l!)th 1870, July 19th 1870 

Morse Kobic S, Amherst, N S, May 2nd 18(!.->, May 2nd 18r;.-. 

MorsoH W A 0, Q C, of McLcod, Morson & McQuarrie, Charlottetown, P E I, Feb 2sth 77, Feb 26th 78 

Morton F E, Q C, Sussex, N B, October 19th 180:!, October i:ith 180.-, 

Moseley E T, Q C, Sydney, N S, August 20th 1808, August 20th I8(;s 

Moseley Frederick, Sydney, N S, December 1878, December is78 

MOTT WM A, of McAllister & Mott, Campbcllton, N B, October 19th 1887, October 25th 1888 

587 



TWH" 



Pictou, N. S."] 



BARRISTERS' CARDS. 



E. M. MacDONALD, LL. B. 



VV. B. IVES,.LL. B. 



riacDonald & Ives, 

BARRISTERS | SOLICITORS, 

PICTOU, N. S. 

JOHN D. McLEOD, 

Bappistep-at-La'w, 

Surrogate Viee-Adniiralitii Court. Master in Sitpreme Court. 

NOTARY PUBLIC, &c. 



WATER STREET, 



PICTOU, Nova Scotia. 



J. McQ. STEWART, 

ff 

PICTOU, - Nova Scotia. 

588 ■ 



Siukviik, N. B.] BARRISTERS' CARDS AND GENERAL LIST. [Sf. Andnws, N. B. 



IVES,.LL. a 



eine Court. 



A. B. COPP, LL . B. 

Barrister^at^Law. 



Sackville, 



H M 



N. B. 







FFICE:- MAIN STREIEX, J SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN 



P. O. Box irn. 






TO COLLECTIONS. 



H. A. Po\vi;i.L, Q. C. 



mm 



A. W. Hknnktt, LL. U. 



V. A. Harrison. 



mm 



H %^ a^cmi, 



Barristers, Solicitors, Etc. 



•^* 



SACKVILLE, WESTMORLAND CO., N. B. 
F. H. ORIMMER, 



Barrister, Notary, Etc. 



ST. ANDREWS, 



N. B. 



Motion Robert, Halifax, N S, IK-ccinbor 7lii istU, l)ecfinl)cr 7lh 18(14 
Muir Charles S, rarrsboro, N S, August 2(iil ISGit, August 2iul 18«'J 

589 



m^m^ 



Sackville, N. B.] 



BARRISTERS' CARDS. 



[Shediac, N. B. 








Barrister, Notary^ &c,^ 



mkKmt a)l'(fcl, 



)acli;;inltc, f ll. m. 



€. M. McSDonald, 

SHEDIACi N. B., 

Attorney-at-Law, Notary Public, &c., 

SOLICITOB FOR PATENTS. 

Special Attention given to Collection of Debts in all parts of Canada and the United States. 

W. A. RUSSELL, 

Barrister-at-Law, Notary Public. 



INSURANCE AGENT, S.c. 



N. B. 



590 



Shediac, M £_ 



Shclburm, N. S.\ BARRISTERS' CARDS AND GENERAL LISTS. 



[Sydney, C. B. 



E. 



M. BILL, B. A., LL. B 

Barrister^ SolicitoPp 
Notary Public. - - 



OFFICE !— KELLY'S BUILDING, 



Main Street, .:. SHELBURNE, N. S. 



COLIN CHISHOl^M, Q. C. 



WALTER CROVVK, LL. B. 






ic, &c., 



United States. 



Liblic. 



Chisholm & Crowe, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc. 

Offices: MERCHANTS' BANK BUILDING. 



SYDNEY, ^ Cape Breton. 

MuHin Daniel, of Quigley & MiiUiii, St John, N B, June 2HUi 1HS2, June 28lli 18H2 

Miinro Henry H, Yarnioutli, N S, November 4th 18!)3, Novembev 4th 1H!»3 

Miirpliy Josshvh K, Wooilntock, N B, April 17th 1SH2, April 2(iih 1S83 

MURRAY HON GEO H, of Murray & McKenzie, North Sydney, N S, May Ifith '83, May ICth '83 

Murray James, Yarmouth, N S, April 27th 1841, April 27th 1841 

MURRAY & McKEWZIE, North Sydney, N S, 
See ado paye 394 
Murray & McLatchey, Campbcllton, N B, 
Murray Robert, Chatham, N B, February 13th 1882, April 12th 18S3 

MURRAY R G, St John, N B, October I.'.th 1801, October 2oth, 18!t2. 
Sec adc page r>43 
Murray Ilol)ert 11, Halifax N S, April 18th 18!>C, April 18th 18!)r, 
Murray Stephen H, Yarmouth, N S, December 30th 1870, December 30th 1870 
Murray Wm, of Murray & McLatchey, Campbellton, N B, 
-Voales J DeVebcv, Newcastle, N B, April 17th 1882, April 20th 1883 
Xcalis Ambrose K, Chatham, N B, October 16th 1890, October 22ud 1891 
NEALIS HUGH G. of Black, Bliss & Nealis, Fredericton, N B, Oct 12th 1893, Oct 18th 1894 
Ncwlands H W, Prince Albert, N S. March 24th 1883, March 24th 1883 
Nicolsou Charles B, Pueble, N S, Feliruary ir>th 1890, February 15th 1890 

NOTTING THOS, Halifax, N S, April 1891, April 1891 
See ado page 560 

591 



I 



Sydney, C. B.] 



BARRISTERS' CARDS. 






Pi 

'iW.v-'. 

m 



D. A. HEARNE 

Bapristep, Solicitop, 

NOTARY, PUBLIC, &C., &C. 



Otticos OwY Morehants Bank, 



SYDNEY, O. B. 



mm. &. g. Mill 

SYDNEY, C. B., 
Barrister and Attornes^-at-Iiaiiirp 

Agent for Leading HBE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSUBANCE COMFANIES. 
Special attention given to Collections in all parts of the Island and prompt returns made. 



ALLAN J. MACDONflLD. LL. B., 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary, 

SYDNEY, C. B. 



S92 



SyJiuy, {North) C. B.\ BARRISTERS' CARDS AND GENERAI. LIST. 

Archibald & Armstrong, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, 
- - and Conveyancers. - - 



Offices: - ARCHIBALO & CO. BUILOING. 



. G. B. I Commepcial %m\, : : : floPth gjdneg, d. B. 



[■air, 



2turns made. 



.. D., 



C. B. 



D. L. McPHEE, LL. B. 








NORTH SYDNEY, 



C. B. 







ITT G DICKSON, Hampton ami St John, N B, February Uth 1870, Febrnary 12th 1877 

f>cf, ado paije 543 



< Miselcy John W, Windsor, N S, May 81st 18(i0, May :Ust 1860 

nmiiit J Frank, Halifax, N S, March lOth 1805. March KUh l.s!)5 

"Mitrani Frederick T, Halifax, X S, December 10th 1878, December 10th 1878 

"'wen Daniel, Lnnenbnrg, N S, April ;$Oth 18;w, April :!Oth ISU:? 

' tw en Daniel M, of Owen & Ruggles, Lunenbursr, N S, August 3rd 1874, August .Ird 1874 

/ \WEN JACOB M. Annapolis, N S, ()ctol)er 30th 186!i, October 30th 18G'.» 

\ f ' See adv ptKje 504 

• •wen & lluggles, Lunenburg, N S, 

•'wen Him Wmir, QC, Kridgewater, N S, March 23rd 1S(U, April 1804 

"\lcy Charles H, Amherst, N B, October 28th 181M), October 28th IS'.io 

pALMER C A, Q C, and of C A v«l S W I'almer, St .John, N B, Oct 12th 1870, Oct 21th 1877 

I'idnicr Charles, Q C, Charlottetown, V K I. May loth 184.-|, May itth 1840 

1)ALMER C A & S W, Moncton, N B, 
See adc puf/e 584 

593 



See adr page 544 



Sydney, {North) C. B.] 



BARRISTERS' CARDS. 



[Truro, N. S. 



Hon. G. H. Mikkav, Q. C. 



D. D. McKkxzii; 




\kMh 





c kmzii, 



IJaWiMfM, c^olici to'U, mf. 



North Sydney, 



^ H 



C. B. 



'4 



W. R. TOBIN, 



Barrister, Solicitor, 

Notary Public, Etc. 



Ci»»»»(:»»(i(^»»(i»« 



North Sydney, 



C. B. 



GEO CAMPHKUv, Q. C. 



AI,KX J. CAMPHKM-, I.I.. H. 



CAMPBELL & CAMPBELL 

Barristers, Soiieitors and Notaries Foblie. 



Solicitors of Halifax Banking Company. 



0OLI.B30TIOITS -A. 

SmOI-A-LTTT. 



TRURO, 



Nova Scotia. 



594 



D. McKkxzik- 



Truro, N. S.\ 



BARRISTERS' CARDS AND GENERAL MST. 



A. C. PATTERSON. 



E M. FULTON, l l. m. 



PatterBon & Fulton, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc. 



TEUEO, 



Nova Scotia. 



3I-A.LT-: 



Rufus A. Tremain, 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, 
Conveyancer, Etc. 



COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



TRURO, Nova Scotia. 



I 



I'alnier Iledley V, Charlottetown, P K I, January lOtli l«l>2, January nth lsi)3 

rainier HJames, Charlottetown, P K I, May 8th IsTf., May 4th ls7!t 

I'ahner Philip, Hampton and St John, N B, February 2oth 1873, Juno 27tii 1874 

PALMER S W, of C A & S W Palmer, Monctou, N B, (>ctol)er 12lh 18!t;(, October 8th 181)4 

Park William A, Newcastle, N B, April 2;?rd 1875, April 2.!rd 187i! 

^ABXER J G H, BridKetown, N S, December 11th 187:., December 11th 1875 

(SVe ado i»tije 56G 

PARKER WM F, of Borden, Ritchie & Parker, Halifax, X S, Jan loth 1885, Jan 10th 1885 

Parlee Martin H, Sussex, N B, October 10th 18!»0, October 22nd 18'.il 

Parsons Joiathan, Halifax, N S, December i;ith 187(i, December i;5th 187(i 

PARSONS WM G, Mitldletou, N S, July tlth l.s8t;, July Cth 1880 
Scf ado jiagi' 58.1 

PATON V J, of Wade & Patou, Bridgetown, N S, July 4th 18!I2, July 20th 1895 
PATTERSON AT.V.y C, of Patterson & Fulton, Truro, N S, Dec liJth ]87<i, Dec lilth 187(5 

PATTERSON & FULTON, Truro, N S, 
fief. <idi' jtaye 5!t5 

595 



T 



Weymouth, N. S.] 



BARRISTERS' CARDS. 



[Windsor, N. S. 



J. A. QRIERSON, B. A. LL B., 

Barrister, Solicitor, 

Notary Public, Etc. 



Commlsslonep of the Supreme Court. Agrent Nova Scotia Game Society. 

Solicitor of Merchants' Bank of Halifax, at AVeymouth. 



GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT. 

Offlce: - "FREE PRESS" BUILDING BLOCK. 



^VEYMOUTH BRIDGE, 



N. S. 



AUBREY DLANCHARD, Ll. B. 



E. J. MORSE, B. A. 



Blanchard & Morse, 

tJARRISTERS, SOIvICITORS, 
NOTARIKS PUBLIC, BTC. 



OFFICE. 



75 WATEK STREET, 



WINDSOR, N. S. 




H. Kin 







OFFICE : — WATER STREET, 



Windsor, ^ Nova Scotia. 



596 



'■,:*.t '. , ^ 



llV/it/sor, N. S.] BARRISTERS' CARDS AND GENERAL LIST. [Wol/ville, N. S. 



A. K. SHAW, II. A.. I,r.. U. 



H. W. SANOSTER, ». A., I.L. B. 



Shaw & Sangster^ 

Barristers-at-Lawy Notaries, Etc. 



Okfic-k: CIIUIICHILL'S BUILDING. 



WINDSOR, 



^ M 



N. S. 



E. S. CRAWLEY, 

l!Tol3a,z?;5r IP-ulIdIxc, Etic. 

TELEPHONES : Office - 110. Residence - 32. ' P. 0. Box 234. 



Collections made in all parts of the Province. 
Fire Insuranca effected with reliable Companies. 



Main Street, 



WOLFVILLE, N. S. 



PATTERSON GEO, "f Siui'liiir ov: I'atter^oi., Now (ilasjiow, N S, Oct '.'L'lul ISH'.i, Oct 22iul l.SS't 

I'iivziuit John A, of .1 Y I'nv/.anl & .Stui, Ihilifax, N S, October 2Uli 18'.i;!, Octohcr 24tli IS'.i;! 

I'av/.iuit J V & Son, Halifax, N S, 

Tayzant John Y, of J Y Tayzant .<: Son, Halifax, N S, Dwcniber 7th IstU, December 7th l,sC4 

I'ayzant Wm Louis, Halifax, N S, Octohcr 23r(llsii4, October 2.Srd 1S!»4 

PEARSON B F, <>f I'carson .< (Overt, Halifax, X S, Decemlier 21th 1S81, December 24tli 1881 

PEARSON & COVERT, Halifax, N S, 
Sfi'. adc jKii/f .>57 

Peck A A, Hopewell, N B, April Kith l8(;r., Octohcr 11th 18(!7 

I'cck Charles A, Ci C, Albert and Hopewell ('ai)c, N B, Ai)ril Uth IsiH, June 12th 1803 • 

1)ELT0N S H, QC, Yarmouth, K S, October 22n(l ls(!7, October 22nil Isc? 
Sec adi! iKtijc .".9!> 

I'ercy nianchanl II, Haihleck, N S, January HMh iss,-,, January lOtli 18S,-| 

PETERS ARTHUR, <>f I'eters, Peters .< liijrs, ( liarlollctown, P K I, Oct ."Jtli 1878, Oct .Ith 1878 

Peters Fred H, ?'rcdericton, X B, Xovembcr llllli 18',t5, Novemljer ll>th 18'J(; 



597 



w 



¥\' 



Woodstock, N. B.] BARRISTERS' CARDS AND GENERAL LISTS. [Yarmouth, N. S, 



L. P. FISHER, Q. O. 



A. B. OONNELL, Q. 0. 



Barrister s-at-Law, Notaries Public. 

Woodstock, -!- N. B. 



THOMAS E. CORNINQ. 



LEWIS CHIPMAN. 



Corning & Chipman, 

Bappisteps, Solicitops, 

NOTARIES PUBLIC, INSURANCE AGENTS, ETC. 



OFFICES .... 

No. lO EAKINS' BLOCK, 



YARMOUTH, K. S. 



FETEBS FBES. li C, of I'eters, IVtcrs & [njrs, Clmrlottctown, P K I, Oct 5tli is:,'), Oct .Mil 1H75 

PETERS, PETERS & INGS, Clmrlottctown, P E I, 
Sii; udv jiiii/i' 570 

Phlnncy James 1), Ficileiicton, N n, October 21st IHC'.i, October 1 1th 1H70 

PICKETT HARRY H, St John, N B, November VMh IS'.tj, November I'Jtli 18!ir, 
, .SV'c adr jiifi/i'. ,514 

Pines Aviird V, Kcntville, N S, April 4th 18'.m;, l)eccml)er 4th 1H1»6 

Pipes Wm T, Q C, Amherst, N S, December 16th l.><7."), December Kith 1H75 

Plant Barry 1{, Kdmnmlston, N B, Fel)ruary l.sth 1871, February 20tli 1872 

Poirier Pascal, Shediac, N B, February ;!rd 1887, Octolier 11th 188H 

PORTER JOHN J. of Bnstin & Porter. St John, N B, October iHth Ishh, October 17th 18.89 

POWELL. BENNETT & HARRISON. Sa. kville, N B, 
Sec wir piiijr .')81l 

POWELL H A, Q C, of Powell, Bennett .ic Harrison, Sackville, N B, June 23rd '71>, June 24th '8(» 

Power John J, Pictou, N S, April Kith ls'.);5, April 10th 18'.»:i 

Power Hon Laurence G. Halifax, N S, December 7ih 186(;, December 7th 18(10 

PUDSINGTON H F, St John, N B, October 12th IH'.CJ, October 8th 18114 
See mlo i>a;ie 54."> 
PUGSLEY HON WM. Q C, St .Tolm, N B. June 22nd Is72. June 27th 187:i 

Pykc Jolm (J. Liverpool. N S. July 23r<l 1874, July 2:!rd IS74 
tiuigley & Mullin. St John, N B. 



598 



'armouthy N. S. 



Yarmouth, N. S.] BARRISTERS' CARDS AND GENERAL LISTS. 



5ANF0RD H. PELTON, Q. C, 

Barrister and Solicitor, Attorney-at-Law, 
Notary Public, Etc. 

Offloes - "BOSTON MARINE BUILDING." 

yarhkouth. - N. s. 



MAIN STREET. 



Oct .")th 1875 



June 24th '«() 



18H8 



Qiiiuley Hicliard F, Q C, of Qulglcy ^'i Mullin. St John, N B, Fcl) i.'Uh 1S75, Feb i;Uh 1H7C 

RAINSFORD H B. Frederh-ton, N n, April Utli 18C0, ()clol)cr i;Uh IHC.L' 
Sev iiile p'li/c 5711 
Uiiml Fml C, Kcntvilh-, N S, DeccmluT i:tlh is.sil, DcceinlKM- l.tth |hm;j 
Kati'hfonl Charles K, Amliorst, N S, Au«usl 2n(l isc.i, August 2n(l iscii 

UatlcnlHirg Oliver!?, of Hattcninirg .si Twccillc, Chiirh)tlctown, l* K I, May Uril 1m,s7, May — 
Katlenburg v*l Tweedic, Charlottetown autl Alberton, 1' K I, 
RAYMOND E P. of llazen & Uayniond, St John, N H, Fel)ruary Urd 1h1»3, 
Koad Herton S, Dorchester, N B, February llttli 1S7'.», April Llth IHHO 
lUiul John Walter, Frederictou, N B, Octol)cr 19th iss,",, Octolier 2.stli Insi; 

REDDIN J H, Charlottetown, 1* K I, July ;5rd 1885, June 2'.»th issi; 
(SVv; ttilr /xdjr 570 

IJegan Thomas P, St John, N li, April 2lst I8S5, April 2!»th issd 

Keilly V. All)ert, Moncton, N B, Novenil)cr 15th l.s!»4, November 22nd I8i»5 

1)ICHARD HON A D, Dorchester, N B, Juno 23rd IM7!>, June 2()th isso 
"^ jSVc iidr iKti/e 57(i 

Uicliardson Calel), Hichilnicto, N B, October I'.Hh ISO.!, October I .Ith ISC,:. 

Kichey llim Mathew H, Halifax, N S, December :trd 184lt, December ;!rd iH4!i 

Kilchie George, of Ritchie & Monger, Halifax, N S, Deccmljcr l.".th I87!>. l)cceml)er 15th 1S7!» 

Kitcliie James J, QC, Annapolis, N S, Deceml)er I5tli 1S77, December 15th iH77 

Kitchie iVc Monger, Halifax, N S, 

Hitrhic Uol)crt J, Tolice Magistrate, St John, N B, Octoljer 14th 18t;5, Octolier 1807 

I >nCHIE ROBERT R, St John, N B, Octol)cr i:Uh 18m;j, Octoljer 18th I8h4 

HiUhie Thomas, Annapolis, N S, May Sth ISCi!, May 8th ISfifi 
Kitiliie W B Almon, Annaiiolis, N S, June 5th 1882, June 5tli 1882 

ROBERTS JOHN ARTHUR. Brldgewatcr, N S, January 25th 18!)J, January 25th 1k90 
See ailv pitije u(>8 

Uobcrtson Struan G, New Glasgow, N 8, October 2:?rd 1S!»4, October 2;!rd 1894 

ROBERTSON T R. of Webster v<: Uobertson, Kcntvillc, N S, Nov 10th 181)0, Nov 10th 1890 

Hol)inson Arthur L, Moncton, N B, October 18th 1888 

Kobinson Clifford W, Moncton, N B, October 13th 1892, October 27th 1893 

Robinson TB, St John, N B, June 12th 18(i3, June IGth 18(14 

Kogers Henry W, Amherst, N S, December 13th 1887, December 13th 1887 

ROGERS T S. of Townsheiid v*L Rogers, Amherst, N S, Decinber 13th 1887, 

ROSCOE W E, Kontville, N S, May 19th 1870, May 19th I87i; 
Sci' mlr fiago SSI 

Ross Ilonry T, Bridgowater, N S, November 5th 1889, November 5tli 1889 

December I3tli 187(;, Di-ccmber 13tli I87f, 

November 23rd 1878, November 23rd I87S 

January 13th 1883, January 13ih 1883 



Sif iidopaye 54G 



December 13th 1887 



Ross James 1), Truro, N S, 
Ross John T, Halifax, N S, 
Ross John W, I'lctou, N S, 



599 



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Nttv Nairn, Co,i„.] BARRISTKHH' CARDS AND GENERAL LIST. 

(^harle^ S. Mamilton^ 

Winter Residence = NEW HAVEN, Conn. 
Summer Residence = WOLFVILLE, N. S. 



PRACTISES IN BOTH UNITED STATES AND STATE COUNTY. 



Collections and Causes in Court, in Boston, New York, 

Providence, New Haven and adjoining^ Cities, 

Promptly Attended to. 

May be Consulted by Correspondence by those In Dominion having: 
Legal Matters In the United States. 



All'.' '.'Otli '-<7N 



tol' th iss:) 
iSTi"), July 20th l.><7.") 



ROSS, HELLISH & MATHERS, llalifax, N S, 
Siv. ililf I'dijr 'I'lH 

ROSS WM B, U t^'. of Hosts, Melli»h .^i MalluTs, llalirax, N S, Aii},' L'oili ls7s 
ROWLINGS OAR, <>f Uowliiigw v>;^ Thoiniison, Halifax, N S, Ocl 2tili \s:< 

ROWLINGS & THOMPSON, Halifax, N S, 
Sen (iilo iiiiijv fi'ill 

RUEL GERARD G. «f Hlair, Hm-l .>i Blair, St John, N 15, Octdl 

RUGGLES EDWIN. Q C, of T 1) Uiij.'!iles .>^ Fons, 15ri(l.iictown, N .Inly L'l 

Kuggles H Dwijrht, Anna|)olis, N S, .Inly l.'.th 1883, July 15th Is.s.i 

RUGGLES H, <»f T D Hngglcs j^; Sous, Uridgi'town, N S, .January '.•tli is,s, limuary liih 1885 

Uufiirlcs Nepi-an (.', of (Mvt-n v<: UiiKglcs, Lunenbuit:, X S, Sept luth 18<)|, ,s, |.t I'.tih I8!H 

RUGGLES T D, (I C, of T 1) Uufiglos .*t Sons, Bridgetown, N S, April I8th l8{;i, Aiiril 18th 184:. 

RUGGLES T D & SONS, Bridgetown, N S, 
SrC. Udr pi'ijr '>*<' 

RUSSELL B. Q C, of KnssoU i^ Unssell, Halifax, N S, December Uth 1872, Deceiuhi-r Hlh I.- 
RUSSELL F W, »f Knssell v*i Kusscll, Halifax, N S, Marcli 27th 18:).">, March 27th 18!i6 
Russell .Joseph A, Newcastle, N B, October liUh 1887, 

RUSSELL & RUSSELL. Halifax, N S, 
Sri' mil- iiiKJc 558 

RUSSELL WM A, Shediac, N B, October 22nd 1875, October 24th 1870 
Sec win jvKjc 500 



KANFORD C F, St John, N B, January 27th I8'J2, Tebruary Kith 1893 
.SVe a 






ado paijr 54(i 



SANGSTER H W, "f Shaw v«; Fangster, Windsor, N S, June (!th 1892, June (;th 1892 

Sayrc Charles J. Uichibucto. N B, Fel)rnary l.'tth 1854, June Killi 185(; 

Sayre William 1", Uichibucto, N B, October isih 18s;i, February 7th 1884 

OCHREVE T C. y C, l)igl)y, N S, July I9th 1870, July l'.»tli 1870 

iN See adv page 574 

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Sdiil II Tcrcy P, Windsor, N S, Dcceinlu'r liltli |hm(», I)»!ci'IiiI)it Hltli IHSO 
Siil-iwlrk J Ailiiin, Hiillfiix, N H, DccciiiImm' iitli 1HS(, Dccciiiltrr Olli 1'8» 
^HAFFNER WM P. Koiilvillo, N S, Mn.v L'.ird Ism:,, Mny l':;!.! H-*.-, 

^ ' Srr mil- jtilfjf .'SI 

SHARKEY JAS T, FnMlrilcloii, N 11, (IcIoIkt isil, |ss2, K.linmry rili l«*s"t 

SHAW A E. <>l" SImw \ SanfiHlcr, Wliulsor. N S, Ocldlior LTlli 1>',»|. NovciiiImt I'.Mli is'.ic 

Sli;i\v (Icorjji! II, St.Ioliii, N 15, NovcinltiT l.'llli isii:,, 

SHAW & SANGSTER, Windsor, N S, 
See mil' /hii/c 'i',)' 

Sil\ir Alfrt'd K, lliilifiix, N S, Doccinlu'r Mtli Iss.'., Doccmlicr hi1i Issr, 

Siiiiiiiids Clias K A, Krcdcrlelon, N 15, Octolifr Isili isss, A|iril loth is'.m 

SINCLAIR J A, of Macriic \ Sinclair, St Joliii, N U, OcIoIi.t Hitli IdMt, ((ctoliiT 22nd I8!il 

SINCLAIR J H, of Sinclair >M I'aKi'rson, New (iiasu;(»\v, N S, .Ian ,! I si isso, ,Ian ;ilst lss(» 

SINCLAIR & PATTERSON, New (llas-ow, N S, 

SKINNER C N, '>l" <' N Sivinnor i\i Sons, SI .lolin, N IJ, Jnnc i:'.tli ls:.s, .Innc loili jsiio 
SKINNER CSC, <>f C N Skinner .'i Sous, St .lolin, N l\, Ociolu'r I2lli ls!i:i, u,iol»er sih l«!it 
V<KINN£R C N & SONS, St .lolm, N H, 

>1 .SVc iiilr iiiUJi' .'>l(i 

SKINNER SHERWOOD, of C N Skinner .«; Sons, St .Jolin, N B, June 271ii ls;i.!, July loth 1h;i» 

<LIPP ARTHUR R. Krodericton, N M, OctolM-r i;!ili Is!i2. 

(S'cc mil' imiji 'kSO 

JMALLWOOD C R, riiarlottetown, 1' K [, Octolier Tlli 1sm», ()ctol)er Clli iss:, 

.SV(; mil' jim/r ,"i7I 



s 



SMITH BOWYER S. St .John, N 15, June 27tli Isic!, .July loili ls'.i4 
Si'i: mil' iifiijf ."(47 
Siiiilli Charles Hudson, Halifax, N S, .Inly lUii is.si, .July Utli issi 

SMITH C R, Q C, Audierst, N S, .January li>ih I.s7<!, .lauuary Kith I.s7t; 
Si:e <«/(• ptiijr 5<i2 

Siiiitli George K, Halifax, N S, l)ccoinl)er 21Hli 187."i, l)cceiut)er 2'.Uli I.s7.'i 

Siiiilh (i Sidney, St John, N H, »)ctol>er l.'itli lsr.8, October i:ttli ls5'J 

Sniitli .John T, Audierst, N S, May 1 Itli lf.-.7, .July 1 ttli l.sr.s 

Siiiiili .Joseph A, Halifax, N S, Feltruary Ititii 18.s;l, February I'ith 1m«;j 

Siiiiili Sidney Will)crt, Parrshoro, N S, .January latii isS:!. .January i:»th IMs;J 

Stiiirs Henry B, Halifax, N S, April l.Stli l.Sl>;!, April isth 18'J:i 

Stiadinan (} H, Moucton, N H, February 11th 18()!», 

Sleeves Chipuian A, Moneton. N U, October 21st ls7t;, .June lf<7.S 

•Stevens i»t Lawsou, Ednuiuston, N B, 

Ste\ ens .JamcH G, Jr, of Stevens \: Mitchell, St Stephen, N H, October 22nd 1870, Octol)er 12th 1H71 

Elevens .John M, of Stevens c»; Lawsou. St Stephen, N B, April 25th 18H3, June 2.'» 188.". 

Stevens &. Mitchell, St Steplien, N B, 

Stewart Charles James, Amherst, X S, May "th 1M44, May 7lh 1844 

Sieuart James J, Halifax, N S, July 24th 1874, July 24th l.s74 

STEWART JAS McG, rktou, N S, August 20th l.s7.><, Anjinst 2nth l.s78 
Si-e (olv pmje 588 

Sieuart Wm S, Q C, CharhHtetown, 1' E I, July 15th lM.s2, July 17th Ism;) 

Slucklord () B, Frederictou, N B, November I5lli I8'.t4, November 22nd ls'J5 

STOCKTON A A, <i C, St Jolin, N B, June 15th ls(;7, June 1 1th l.sds 
Si'i- udi' /iKijf 54t< 

STOCKTON CHAS A, St John, N B, Oetol)er 21st \stHi, (>etol)er 11th 1.X70 

Sloekt(m Frederick W, Sus.sex, N B, October Iilth 18*;5, June 10th 1H75 

Stockton Uobcrt o, St John, N B, February 18th ls71, Aiiril nth 1872 

St raton Alexander, Andovcr, N B, October l;Uli 18,S3, October 10th 1.S84 

Straton Francis A II, Frederictou, N B, October 13th ls.!5, October 15th l.><:{7 

Straton James, St John, N B, February 14th 18.H1, February 24th 1882 



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Sumner Chaiics E, Monctun, N B, June 2;ird \xxl 

Sutherland W I), "Windsor, N S, December 7tli 1k(;4, December 7tli I8i!4 
SWEENEY F J, of Grant & Sweeney, Moncton, N », Oetobcr INth 1H88 
Tanner Cliarle.i E, i'lctou, N S, Doceml)er 28tli ImTs. Deceml)cr 28th 1878 

TEED BEDFORD B. Sackville, N IJ, Octolwr with ImI/O, October 22nd lfi!)l 

rpEED MARINER G, Dorcliestcr, N n, June 2Dth 1882, January 12th 1884 
\_ Sei' (kIv page ."i7C 

TERNAN B, of McNeil, McNeil At Ternan, Halifax, N S, April 11th 18<J(i, April 11th I80fi 

Thomas (Jeorfie I*, Moncton, X B, April 1871), April .'880 

Thompson Edgar W, St St«'|)licn, N }\, Oct l)cr I'.Hh 1887, October 2r.tli 1m88 
Thompson Samuel, Q C, i\ewcastlc, N 11, October Kith 184r,, Oct )l)er 12th 184s 
Thompson W Ernest, Halifax, N S, Octol)er 24tli IH'.i.J, Octob-r 24tli 18'.);J 
Thomson Cliarles J, Newcastle, N B, <>clol)er l.'tth 18s:l, October Kith 1884 
Thomson James, Q C, Halifax, N S. July 2<!th 184t;, July 2(;th i84(! 
Thomsim Walter K, Halifax, N S. Deccml)er i;Uh |S87, l)cceud)er l.tlh 18S7 

rpiLLEY LEONARD P D, St John, N B, Octol)cr 12lh 18;»3, Octolier sth 18!»4 

Srf ath jiaijc .'547 



T 



Tobin Thomas F, of Lyons, Lyons .M Tobin, Halifax, N S, Sept 2!)tli IS'.lo. Sept 2!ith 18'.i(» 
^POBIN WM R. North Sydney, C B, OctolKr 22nd Isli5, October 22nd 1 81>.j 

TOWNSHEND J M, Q C, of Townshend .t Rogers, Andierst N S, Dec Kith 187:., i)ec Kith 187.-. 
rpOWNSHEND & ROGERS, Andierst. N S, 

I Si'f Kilo IHIiJr 5(12 

Tremaln Chas F, of Macllreath vt Tremalii, Halifax, N S, Octol)er 21th isiC, October 24th 18!tr. 
Tremaln Edward D, Port Hood, N S. May .Hst 18(10, May .Ust I8<;(» 

1 '^REMAIN F J, Q C, Halifax, N S, October 22nd 18(17, Octol)er 22nd 18(17 
Sec lulv pnije 5i)'.> 

T REMAIN RUFDS A, Truro, X S, July 17th ls72, Jidy 17th 1872 
See ado puije Cli.'i 

Troop Arti. a- G, Halifax, X S, l)eceml)er 14th 188(1, December 14th 188(1 

rpRUEMAN A I. St John, NB, June 17th 1880, June 20th 1880 

I See ado payi' .'»48 

ri'^RUEMAN W H, St John, X B. Octolier llJth 18l»2, October IDtli 18',»:i 
I See it<lo paiJC .'.48 

Trucmau Wm A, Albert, X B, June 21st 1877, June 18th 187'.i 

Tupper Wm J, Springhill, N S, January 14th 188(1, January 14tli 188(J 

Turner George H, Dorchester, N B, Octol)er 18th 1888, 

Twecdie & Bennett, Chatham, X B, 

Twcedle Lemuel J, of Twecdie & Bennett, Chatham, N B, Octol)er 22nd 187(», Octol)cr 12th 1H71 

Tweedie George, All)erton, V E I, July i:Uh issil, July 12th 1884 

Tweedle U S LeBert, HamiHon, N B, October 17tli 1881, Octolier 2(lth 1882 

Twining Charles & Son, Halifax, X S, 

Twining Wm, of ("has Twining v't Son, Halifax, N '', December 4lh 1848, l)ecend)er 4th 1848 

Unlacke Uoble, Halifax, N S, August 2nd 18.-.S, August 2nd 18-.s 

VANWART WESLEY, Frederlcton, N B, Noveiiil)er 1st 187:1, Noveml)er 1st 1874 

Vlets John M, Digby, N S, May 10th 18(14, May 10th 18(14 

Vlnce D McLcod, Woodstock, N B, October Kith 18s;i. October Kltli 18s4 

Vincent Geo U, of Curry & Vincent, St Jcdin, N B, October 21sl issc. Oelol)er 27tii 18<(7 

Wade Allan V, Dlgl)y, N S, December sth |ms.-., December 8th 1885 

WADE F B, Q C, of Wai'- vt I'aton, Bridgewater, N S, July 20th 187'., July 20th 187.'. 

"NrrrADE & PATON, Bridgewater. N S, 

yy .SVr lido luliji' .'.(■'.S 

Walker Abraham B, St J(jlin, N B, June Kith 1881. June 2'.ttii 1S82 
WallJoseph A, Antigonish, N 8, November ».th 18!i:i, November tlth 18!t3 
Wallace John W, Wolfville, N S, December Kith 187(1, December l.lth 187<1 

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iber 12tli IS71 



I- 4lll iHiH 



TyALLACE & MacKAT, 

Wallace Thomas J, 



Halifax, N 8, 

See ndv page 5(!0 
Halifax, N S, November 28th 18r>,{, 
VrTALLACE WM B, St John, N B, June 20th 1872, 

WALLACE W B, of Wallace & MacKay, Halifax, N S, 



November 28th 18.'53 

June 28th 1873 

See ndr page 'Ah 
December 18th 1884, December 18th 1884 



WALSH WM W, Halifax, N S, December 14th l88ti, December 14th 188(; 
See ado line back cover 
Wiirbiirton A B, Charlottetowii, P E I, July tith 1878, July Cth 1871> 
Watcrbury Harold S, St John, N B, April 11th I8!t5, April 18th M'.td 
WEBSTER B, Q C, of Webster & Robertson, KentviUe, N S, July I7th 1872, July 17th 1872 

WEBSTER & ROBERTSON, KentviUe, N S, 
See adv page 682 
Wcdderburn Frederick V, Hampton, N B, April Kith 1888, Ai)ril 24th 1884 
Weeks Wm A, Charlottetown, P E I, July 18th 1885, June 2I»th 188(! 
Welch David I, Moncton, N B, June Uith 1881, June 1882 

WELDON & McLean. St John, N B, 
See adv line liack cuor 
WcUlon Richard C, Q C, Halifax, N S, December '.♦th 1884, December !»th 1884 
Willing Thomas A, Shediac, N B, April IC.th 18(13 
Wells W Woodbury, Q C, Moncton, N B, October 2l8t 188(! 
Weston Byron A, . Halifax, \ S, July litth 1873, July l!>th 187:5 
Wetniore John Ward, Fredericton, N B, October Ittth 18!t0, October 22nd 18<J1 
Wlicnr John F, (Charlottetown, P E I, January 14th 18!»0, January tilth 181M 
White A J, Reg of Deeds, Halifax, N S, Mav 11th 1857, May 11th 1857 
White Albert s, Q C, of White, Allison & King, Sussex, N B, Oct 18th 1877. Oct 24th 1878 
White, Allison & King, Sussex, N B, 
Wliite & Blanchard Shelhurnc, N S, 
White N W, Q C, of White & Blanchard, Shelburne, N S, January 4th 18.59, January 4tli 18a9 

WHITFORD JOS A, Bridgewater, N S, April 18th 18!)2. April 18th 1802 
See adv page 586 
WHITMAN ALFRED, Halifax, N S, December 20th 1881, December 20th 1881 
Vhittler Herbert H, Shelburne, N S, November 7th 1882, November 7th 1882 

WICKWIRE & COGSWELL. KentviUe. N S, 
See adv page 582 
WICKWIRE HENRT H, of Wickwire & CokhwcU, KentviUe, N S, Oct 27th 1801, Oct 27th 1891 

WILLETT JOHN, St John, N B, October 22nd 1870, October 12th 1871 
See adv page 594 
Williams John D, St John, N B, October 12th 187(5, Octol)er Pith 1877 

WILLISTON E P, Newcastle, N B. June 18th 1875, June lyth 187(5 
See adv page 584 
Wiiinot Allen B, Fredericton, N B, November 15th 1894, Noveml)cr 22nd 1895 

WILSON AMON A. St John, N B, April 20th 187(5, April 2l8t 1877 
See adv page 549 

WILSON GEO I* Fredericton, N B, October 15th 1891, October 20th 1892 

WILSON WM- Fredericton, N B, October 2l8t 1876, October 2l8t 1877 
See adv page 580 

Winslow E Byron, Fredericton, N B, Februarv 11th 1865, February 8th 18(57 
Wiiislow J Norman W, Woodstock, N B, October 18th 1882, February 7th 1883 

WINSLOW W C. Chatham, N B, Fcl)ruary 9th 1882, July 22nd 188:5 
See (iilv page 572 

WOOD JOHN E, of Wood & King, Halifax, N S, April 15th 1892. April 1.5th 1892 

WOOD & KING. Halifax, N S, 
See adv page 5(50 
Woodworth Chas M, Edmonton, N 8, April 18th 189 , April 18th 1893 
Woodworth D B, Q C, KentviUe, N 8, October 24th 18C4, October 24th 1865 
Wrijfht Henry E, Summerside, P E I, July 13th 1872, July 15th 1873 
Wvatt James Edward, SiimmerHlde, P E I, Noveml>er 2nd 1883, November 8th 1884 

YEOMANS JOHN H. Petttcodiac, N B. June 12th 1884, 
.y*"* (j(/i> page 587 

Vonng & Coml>en, Woodstock, N B, 

Younn LoulB B, of Young & Combcn, Woodstock, N B, October KSth 1890, Octolwr 22nd 1891 





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Post Officks. 



Klkc'tokai, DisTuirr. 






Aliercrombie, 

Alwugoggin Upper, 

Aliougoggin Road, 

Aliougoggin New, 

Alirains Village, 

f Acadia Mines, 

At' ad it' 

Aciidie Centre, 

Aoadie Siding, 

A'lanisville, 

Addington Forks, 

Admiral Jlock, 

t. Advocate Harbor, 

Advocate We.it, 

Afton, 

Afton Road, 

•Vfton Station, 

,\iti<ins Ferry, 

Akerly, 

A 1 1. a, 

Allmny, 

Alliiiny New, 

Allicrry Plains, 

TAll)ert, 

Alli(;rt Bridge, 

Aihcrtine, 

Albert Mines, 

i Alberton, 

Alliion. 

Alder Point, 

Aider River, 

Aldouane, 

Alexanders Point 

Alexandra, 

Alexandrin i, 

Aliton, 

Allandulf, 

' Alma, 

Alma, 

Alma, 



Pictou, N S 
Westmoreland, X 1> 
Westmoreland, N 1*. 
Westmoreland. N H 
Prince East, P E T 
Colchester, N S 
Kent, N I J 
Ken\ N B 
Kent, N B 
Kent, N B 
Antigouibhe, N S 
Hants, N S 
Cumberland, N S 
Cumberland, N S 
Antigonishe, N S 
Queens East, P E I 
Antigonifilie, N S 
Kings, P E I 
Sunbury tV Queens. N 15 
Inverness, N S 
Prince East, P E I 
Annapolis, N S 
Queens East, P E I 
Albert, N B 
Cape Breton, N S 
Victoria, N B 
Albeit, N B 
Prince West, P E I 
Kings. P E I 
Cape Breton, N S 
Onysborougli, N S 
Kent, N B 
Gloucester, N B 
Queens East, P E I 
Kent, N \i 
Wcstmorelinid, N !'• 
Voik, N B 
Albert, N I! 
Picton, N S 
IVinee West, P E I 



Post Offices. 



Alton, 

Alton Nortli, 

Amagnadiis Pond, 

t Amherst, 

Amherst East, 

Amherst Point, 

Amnion, 

tAnagance, 

Anagance Ridge, 

Anderson, 

t And over, 

tAnnapolis, 

Annarowe, 

Annedale, 

tAntigonishe, 

Antigonishe Harbor, 

Antigoni.shc Harbor SS 

Antrim 

tApohatjui, 

Appin, 

Appin Koad, 

Apple River, 

Apple River east, 

Arcadia, 

Archibald, 

Archibald Settlement, 

A r( In ess, 

Argyle, 

Argyle, 

Argyle Central, 

Argyle Head, 

Argyle liower 

Argyle Shore, 

Argyle Sound, 

t Ariehat, 

Arichat West, 

Arisnig, 

Arlington, 

Armadale, 

Arnistrong, 



I'J-ECTORAI, DiSTUICT. 



Colchester, N S 
Kings, N S 
Cape Breton, N S 
Cumberland, N S 
Cumberland, N S 
Cumberland, N S 
Westmoreland, N B 
Kings, N B 
Kings, N B 
Westmoreland, N B 
Victoria, N B 
Annapolis, N S 
Queens, West, P E I 
Sunbury it Queens, N B 
Antigonishe, N S 
Antigonishe, N S 
Antigonishe, X S 
Halifax, N S 
Kings, N B 
Antigonishe, N S 
Prince East, P E I 
Cumberland, N S 
Cumberland, N S 
Yarmouth, N S 
Colchester, N S 
Restigouche, N B 
Pictou, N S 
Carleton, N B 
Yarmouth, N S 
Yarmouth, N S 
Yarmouth, N S 
Yarmouth, N S 
Prince Eabt, P E I 
Yarmoutii, N S 
Richmond, N S 
Inverness, N S 
Antigonishe, N S 
Kings, N S 
Kings, P E 1 
Kings, N B 



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Post Offices. 



Elkctouai, Distuict. 



Armstrong's Brook, 

Armstrong's Corner, 

Aroostook Junction, 

Aroostook Portage 

Arthurette, 

Ashdale, 

Ash field, 

Ashland, 

Askilton, 

Aspen, 

Aspotogaii, 

tAthol, 

Atlanta, 

Atwood's Brook, 

tAuburn, 

Auburn, 

Augustine Cove, 

Auld's Cove, 

Avery's Portage, 

Avondalo, 

Avondale, 

Avondale Station, 

Avonport, 

Avonport Station, 

tAylesford, 

Babington, 

Baccaro, 

Back Bay, 

Back Lands, 

Back Meadowf, 

tBaddeck, 

Baddeck Bay, 

Baddeck Bay Jliver, 

Baddeck Bridge, 

Baddeck Forks, 

Baddeck Biver,N. Brch 

Baddeck River, H. Side 

Baddeck River, Upper, 

tBaie Verte, 

Baie Verte Road, 

t Bailey's Brook, 

Baillie, 

Bairdsville, 

Baker Brook, 

Baker Settlement, 

Baldwin's Road, 

Balfron, 

Balls Creek Rear 

Balmoral, 

Balmoral, 

Balmoral Mills, 



Restigouche, N B 
Sunbury it Queens.NB 
Victoria, N B 
Victoria, N 13 
Victoria, N B 
Antigonislic, N S 
Inverness, N S 
Carleton, N B 
Inverness, N S 
Guysborougli, N S 
Lunenburg, X S 
Cumberland, N S 
King.s, N S 

Slielburne itCJueens, NS 
Kings, N S 
Queens West, P E 1 
Prince East, P E I 
Guysborougli, N 8 
Vork, N H 
Carleton, N |{ 
Pictou, N S 
Pictou, N S 
Kings, N S 
Kings, N S 
Kings, N S 

Siinbury it Qiieona,N B 
Shelburne it Queens, NS 
Charlotte, N H 
Antigonishe, N S 
Pictou, N S 
Victoria, N S 
Victori" N S 
Victori . N S 
Victoria, N S 
Victoria, N S 
Victoria, N S 
Victoria, N S 
Victoria, N S 
Westmoreland, N 15 
Westmoreland, N l> 
Pictou, N S 
Charlotte. N I'. 
Victoria, X I» 
Victoria, N B 
Lunenburs, N S 
Kings, P E 1 
Kings, X n 
Cape Bret •\, X S 
Restigoutlic, X B 
Richmond, X S 
( olchester, X S 



Post Offices. 



Baltic, 

Baltic East, 

Bangor, 

Banks of Brond Cove, 

Bannister, 

Barachois, 

Baracbois Harbor, 

Barachois, St. Louis, 

Barnaby River, 

Barnes vi lie, 

Barney River Station, 

Barney Riv. Middle Set. 

Barneys River, 

Barneys River Lower, 

Barra Olen, 

Barra Head, 

Barrattsholnie, 

tBarrington, 

Barrington PdH-^age, 

Barrington West, 

Barrios Beach, 

Barronslield, 

Burr Settlement, 

Barry's Corner, 

Barss' Coi ner, 

Bartholomew, 

Baitibog, 

Bartibog Jiittle, 

Bartibog Bridge, 

Bartl tt Mills, 

15arton, 

Base Ijin(i Road, 

Basin tf Riv. Inhab'ts, 

tBass River, 

liass River, 

Ba.ss River Little 

Bass wood Ridge, 

Bateston, 

Bath, 

t Bathurst, 

rBathurst Village, 

Battery Hill, 

Baxter's Harlior, 

tBay (lu Vin, 

Bay (lu \'in IJpuer 

Bay du Vin Mifis, 

t Bayfield, 

fBaylielcl, 

Bayfield, 

Bay Road Valley, 

Buyside, 

Bay side, 



Electoral District. 



Prince, P E I 
Kings, P E I 
Kings, P E I 
Invernesp, N S 
Albeit, N B 
Westmoreland, N B 
Cape Breton, N S 
Richmond, N S 
Xorthumberland, N 15 
Kings, N B 
Pictou, N S 
Pictou, N S 
Pictou, N S 
Pictou, X S 
Victoria, N S 
Richmond, N S 
Albert, N B 
Shelburne & Queens, XS 
Shelburne «k Queens, XS 
Shelburne & Queens, XS 
Antigonishe, N S 
Cumberland, N S 
Hants, N S 
Lunenburg, N S 
Lunenburg, N S 
Northumberland, N I? 
Northumberland, N B 
Xorthumberland, N B 
Northumberland, N B 
Charlotte, N B 
Digby, N S 
Kings, N B 
Richmond, N S 
Colchester, N S 
Kent, N B 
Colchester, N S 
Charlotte, N B 
Cai)e Breton, N S 
Carleton, N B 
Gloucester, N B 
Gloucester, N B 
Pictou, N S 
Kings, N S 
Northumberland, N B 
Northumberland, N B 
Northumberland, N B 
Westmoreland, N B 
Antigonishe, N S 
Kings, P E I 
Victoria, N S 
Northumberland, N B 
Charlotte, N B 



6o2 



LIST OF POST OFFICES IX THE MARITIME PROVINCES. 



roRAL District. 




I'iiysiile, 

l!iiv St. Lawrence, 

|!:i\ swatcr, 

liayswater, 

|!:iy View, 

l!ay View, 

I'.iiv View, 

r.iach Point, 

llciiconsfield, 

l!(iuli Meadows, 

r.iur Oove Clieticamp 

liriir Island, 

liiar I»land, 

liear Point, 

tiWr River (W. Side) 

luar River, 

Dt'aton'.s Mills, 

I'lcatonville, 

liraiifoit, 

lica'ily, 

I'liavor Bank North, 

I'.i'avcr Bank, 

lli'aver Bank Middle, 

I'xaver Brook, 

I'xaver Brook, 

IJpaver Cove, 

I '.caver Cove Rear, 

l^caver Dam, 

I '.caver Harbor, 

I', aver Harbor, 

I '.caver River, 

l'.raver River Corner. 

r.c.lciiue North, 

I '.('(It'll lie 

l'.((lc(|Ue Central, 

llcilford Basin, 

I'Hcdi Hill, 

I'.ccch Hill, 

r.c.rli Hill, 

nccclimont, 

I'.ccciiville, 

I'.fcohwood, 

l'.cc( liwood, 

I'.clfast, 
I .'(lie Cote, 
liclleCreek, 
T'cllodune, 
llclledune River, 
I'.cUelleur, 
i'.clleisle, 
i'.clleisle Bay, 
iifllfislo Creek, 



Halifax, N S 

Victoria, N S 

Kingj, N B 

Lunenburg, N S 

Digby, N S 

St. John, N H 

Queens West, P E I 

Queens East, P E I 

Victoria, W B 

Sheiburne it' Queens.NS 

Digby, N S 

York, xN B 

Richmond, N S * 

Shelburne it Queen.'*, NS 

Digbv, N S 

King's, P E 1 

Queens East, P E 1 

Inverness, N 8 

Carleton, N B 

Antigonishe, N S 

Halifax, N S 

Halifax, N S 

Halifax, N S 

Albert, N B 

Colclnster, N S 

Ciii)e Breton, N S 

Cape Breton, X S 

York, N B 

Charlotte, N P. 

Halifax, N S 

Digby, N S 

Digby, N S 

Prince East, P E I 

Prince East, P E I 

Prince East, P E I 

Halifax, N S 

Albert, N ){ 

Kings, N S 

Lunenburg, N S 

Cape lireton, N .S 

Halifax, N S 

I Antigonishe, N S 

i Carleton, N I! 

I Queens East, P V. 1 

I Inverness, N S 

i Queens East, P E I 

j Gloucr ster, X H 

I Gloucester, N H 

Victoria, N B 

Annapolis, N S 

Kings, N B 

Kings, N B 



Post Offices. 



Bellenden, 

Belleville, 

Belleville, 

Bc-lliveaux Cove, 

Belliv(aux Village, 

Belmont, 

Belmont, 

Belyea's Cove, 

Benaeadie, 

Benacadie Pond, 

Ben Erin Reai-, 

Ben Lomond, 

Benton, 

Ben Erin Rear, 

Beresford, 

Berlin West, 

Berry Hill, 

Berry V^Iills Station, 

Berryton, 

Bertrand, 

tBersvick, 

Big Bank, 

Big Bras dor. 

Big Brook, 

Big Cove, 

Biggar Ridge, 

Big^Jlen. 

Big Harbor, 

Big Harbor Island, 

Big Hill, 

Big Intervale (M'garee) 

Big Intervale (C North) 

Big Island, 

l>ig Loraine, 

Big Marsh, 

Big Pond, 

Big Porlile Bear, 

I'.ig Ridge, 

Big Ridge South. 

Big Tracadie, 

rBill Town, 

Birch Urove, 

Birch llid^e, 

Birchtown, 

Bird on, 

Bishopville, 

lilack Branch, 

Black Brook, 

I'.laekett's I^ake, 

Black Land, 

Black Point, 

iilack Point, 



Electoral District. 



Sunbury it Queens, N B 
Carleton, N B 
Yarmouth, N S 
1 )igby, N S 
Westmoreland, N B 
Price West, P E I 
Colchester, N S 
Sunbury it Queens, N B 
Capo Breton, N S 
Cape Breton, N S 
Cape Breton, N S 
St. John, N B 
Carleton, N B 
Cape Breton, N S 
(Houcester, N B 
Shelburne it Queens, NS 
Colchester, N 8 
Westmoreland, N B 
Albert, N B 
Gloucester, N B 
Kings, N S 
Victoria, N S 
Victoria, N .S 
Inverness, N S 
Sunbury it Queens, N B 
Carleton, N B 
Cape Breton, N S 
Victoria, N .S 
Inverness, N S 
Victoria, X S 
Inverness, N .S 
Victoria, X S 
Pictou, N S 
Caj»e Breton, N S 
.Vntigonishe, X'^ S 
Cap(! Breton, X S 
Shelburnt! it Queens, X'.S 
Capo Breton, N S 
Cape Breton, X S 
Antigonishe, N' S 
Kings, X S 
Cape Breton, X S 
Victoria, X B 
Shelburne & Queens, NS 
York, N B 
Kingp, N S 
Pictou, X S 
Capo Breton, N S 
Cape Breton, X S 
Restigouche, N B 
Restigouche, N 1{ 
Halifax, X S 



f| 



bo'. 



^m^ 



Post Okkicks. 



I,1.ST OK I'OST OKKICKS IN THK MAUITIMK rUOVINCES. 



Kl.lCCrOItAI. DiSTIlKT. 




I Mack Point, 

lilaok River, 

hlack Hivei', 

lilack River llridgc, 

Black River Rear, 

niack Rock, 

Black Rouk, 

Black Rock, 

BJHck's Hailior, 

t Blackville, 

Blair Atiiol, 

Blakejy, 

IMaiicliard Boad, 

Bliiiicharil Settleiiieiit, 

Blanche, 

Blandford. 

Blaynev liidgc, 

Blisstie'ld, 

Blissville, 

lilissviile Central, 

Blockhouse, 

Bloniidon, 

BlooniHcld, 

Bioomfield, 

Bloomfield, 

Bioomfield, 

Bloomfield Ridge, 

Bioomfield Station, 

Bloomfield Station, 

Bloomini; Point, 

Blue Jieil, 

Blue Cove, 

Blue Mountain, 

Blues Mill, 

Blue Rock, 

Bocabec, 

Boiestown, 

Boisdale BurachoiH, 

Boisdale Chapel, 

Bon Accord, 

lionney liivcr Station, 

Bonshaw, 

Bonwell, 

Borueish, 

Both well, 

Botsford I'ortnj^e, 

lioudreau, 

Boudreau Village, 

Boulardarie, 

Itoulardaric Centre, 

Boulardarie Kast, 

Boulardarie South, 



Shelhurne it Queens, NS 
Northumherland, N \) 
St. John, N B 
Nortliuii lierland, N B 
R'chmond, N S 
Cumberland, N S 
(iloucester, N I! 
Victoria, N S 
Charlotte, N U 
Northumherlund, N B 
Restigouche, N B 
Sunbury it Queens.N B 
Picton, N S 
(Iloucester, N B 
Slielburne ik t^ueen,NS 
liUi.enl)urg, N S 
York. N 15 

Novthumlierlaiid, N B 
Sunbury it Queens, NB 
Sunbury it Queens, S\\ 
Lunenburg, N S 
Kings, N S 
Carleton, N B 
IVinee West, P !■: I 
Kings, N' P> 
Digliy, N S 
York, N B 
Kings, N B 
Prince West, P !•: I 
(.Queens Ivist, P K 1 
Vict ria, N B 
(Jloucester, N It 
Pic^ou, N S 
Inverness, N S 
Lunenburg, N S 
Charlotte, N B 
Northumberland, N P. 
Cape Breton, N S 
Cape Breton, N S 
Victoria, N B 
Charlotte, N JJ 
Prince l^ast, P E I 
Prince Etst, I' K I 
Inverness, N S 
Kings, P K 1 
W» stmoreland, N B 
Westmoreland, N B 
Wi stni' reiand, N B 
Victoria, N S 
Victoria, N S 
Victoria, X S 
Victoria, N S 



Post Okkicks. 


ICi.ECTOiiAt, Disthk r. 


l»onIardarie West, 


Capo Breton, N S 


Boundary Creek, 


Westmoreland, N B 


Boundary Prescjuc^ Is'e, 


Carleton, N B 


liourgeois, 


Kent, N B 


tBoylston, 


(jiuvsborough, N S 


Brack ley Beach, 


Qu- ens Eist, P E 1 


Brack ley Point, 


Queens E^ist. P E 1 


Brackley Point Ro.d, 


Queens East, P E I 


Brae, 


Prince West, P E I 


Branch La Have, 


Lunenburg, N S 


Bransfield, 


Noithumbcrland, N 1! 


tBras dor [..itth*. 


Caj.e Breton, N S 


l*ras d'or Little S Side, 


Cape Breton, N S 


Brass Hill, 


Sht-lburuM it Queens, NS 


Brazil Lake, 


Yarmnnth, N S 


Breadalbane, 


Restigouche, N B 


Breailall)ane, 


Prince East, P E 1 


Brean's Creek, 


W' estmoreland, N B 


Brenton, 


Yarmouth, N 8 


Brickton, 


Annajjo'is, N S 


I'ridgedale, 


Albert, N B 


tI5ridgeport, 


Cape lireton, N S 


T Bridgetown, 


Annapoli.s, N S 


T-Bridgeville, 


Pictou. N S 


tBridgewater, 


Lunenburg, N S 


Brigg's Corner, 


Sunbury & Queens, N 1! 


Brighton Upper, 


Carleton, N B 


Brighton, 


Digby, N S 


Brighton Lower, 


Carleton, N B 


Brileys Ikook, 


Antigoniehe, N S 


tBrisio', 


Carleton, N B 


t Broad Cove Chai)el, 


Inverness, N S 


Broad Cove, (Lun'burg) 


Lunenburg, N S 


Broad Cove Marsh, 


Invernesp, N S 


Ib'oad Co^e Mines, 


Inverness, N S 


Broadway, 


Pictou, N S 


Brock tort, 


Prince West, P E I 


Brookdale, 


Cumberland, N S 


Brookfield, 


Colchester, N S 


Brock field, 


Shelburne Jn Queens.NS 


Brookfield Nortii, 


Shelburne it Queens.NS 


Brookland, 


PictoM, N S 


Brooklyn, 


Quee. H East, P E I 


; Brooklyn, 


Shelburne it Queens,NS 


Brooklyn, 


Yarmouth, N S 


Brooklyn Corner, 


Kings, N S 


Brookfide, 


Halifrt.\, N S 


Biookside Upper, 


Colchester, N S 


Brookton, 


Albert, N B 


Brook vale, 


Sunbury it Queens, N B 


Brcokvale, 


Halifax, N H 


Brook Village, 


Invernets, N S 



604 



'OKAL DiSTUK T. 



POHT Ol'KICKS. 



M8T OE POST OKKICKh IN TIIK MAUITIMK I'ltOVINCKS. 



Mrookvillc, 

I'rookville, 

I'.rookville, 

Urookville Station, 

15ropli}8 

Hiowii's Bn ok, 

Iiro\vn'8 Flats, 

lirowuM Ml uiitain, 

Mrownsvillf, 

IJrownsvilli'. 

Jiriilc, 

I'.riile Slioro, 

Hryertoii, 

liiickfielcl, 

liucklaw, 

* Huctouche, 

liuctouche Upper, 

Hull Moose Hill, 

Hull's Creek, 

Hurdeii, 

Hurlington, 

Hurlington, 

iturlington Upper, 

Hiirn-itle, 

liurnsville, 

liiirnt Church, 

liiirncont, 

Hiirnt Ijaiiil Brook, 

Hiirtoi), 

liiirton, 

Hiirtou Tapper, 

Hurtts Corner, 

t Hiilternut Ridge, 

Hvrne's l{oad, 

(-iible Head, 

( 'ubln Head West, 

Cilia's Moiintaii', 

("iiiu's River, 

Caledonia, 

'Caledonia Corner, 

Caledonia Lower, 

Caledonia MiUp, 

Caledonia Middle, 

Culedonia Mines, 

('aledonia Settlement, 

('aledonia Upper, 

Caledonia West, 

Cathoun, 

Cdliforni.'', 

Cambridge, 

Caml)ridg(! Central, 

Cambridge, 



Elkctohai, DisTuirr 



Cumberland, N S 
Pictou, N S 
Carleton, N B 
St. John, N B 
Aiitigonislie, N S 
Cumberland, N S 
Kings, N B 
Antigonishe, N S 
Pictou, N S 
Kings, N B 
Colchester, N S 
Colchester, N S 
Northunibeiland, N B 
Shelburne it t^iieens, NS 
Victoria, N S 
Knit, N B 
Kent, N P. 
Kings, N B 
Carleton, N P. 
York, N P. 
Prince East, P E I 
Kings, N S 
Hants, N S 
Pictou, N S 
Gloucester, N B 
Northumberland, N P» 
Hants, N S 
Victoria, N B 
Sunbury it t^ueeiin, N H 
Prince West, P E 1 
tSniibury it Queens, NB 
York, N B 
Kings, N P. 
Kings, P E I 
Kings, P E I 
Kings, P E I 
Victoria, N S 
NortliuinlK^rlund, N P» 
t^ueens, P E I 
Shelinirne .t (i)ueens, NS 
I (juysborougli, N S 
Antigoiii lie, N S 
(!nysb()roii;;Ii, \ S 
{!opo BrefoM, N S 
Albert, N B 
Ciuysborough, N S 
(luysborough, N S 
Westniorelund, N B 
Victoria, N B 
Sunbury it Queens, N* B 
Sunbury it Queens, N B 
Hants, N S 



Post Okficks, 



Cambridge liower, 

Caniliridge lioad, 

CuMiliriilge Stiiti/JH, 

Canulen, 

Canieion's Mills, 

Cameron Scit!i'iiii nt, 

Cam|ibeli, 

Canipliell Mountain, 

Campbell Settlement, 

Camplieil S, tt lenient, 

tCampbelltoii, 

tCam|ibellt()n Ne«, 

Campo P.ello, 

('anaaii, 

Canaan, 

Canaan New, 

Canaan Uapids, 

Canaan Road, 

Canaan Station, 

Canada Creek, 

Canada New, 

Canard, 

Canarn Ijower, 

Canard I'^pper, 

Cannes, 

tCanniiig, 

Caiiobois, 

Canoe Cove, 

Canoe l^ake, 

fCanso, 

tCanterbury Station, 

Cape Augnet, 

Cape Bald, 

Cape nanjihin, 

Cape lie Muiselic Cree 

Cape Kgmont, 

(!«pe Knrage, 

Cape Ceorge, 

('ajH' (ienrge Harbor, 

Cape .lolie, 

Caj)e Mabdii, 

Cape Mabou North, 

(/ape N' gro, 

Cajie Negro Island, 

Cape S|)ear, 

Cape St itioii, 

Cape 'I'Drmentine, 

Cape Wolfe. 

Cap la Konde, 

Ca^ ipiet Middle, 

CarttipU't Upper, 

1 Carai[uet, 



El.KCTDItAI. DlSTHKT. 



Sunbury it Quepiis, N B 
Queens Eisl, I' \] I 
Kings, N S 
Colchester, N S 
Kent, N P. 
(iiiysboro, N S 
Inverntss, N S 
Inverness, N S 
Kings, N P. 
York, N P. 
Restigouclie, N B 
Victoria, N S 
Charlotte, N B 
Yarmouth, N S 
Kings, N S 

Sunbury iV (jMieens, N B 
Sunbury it (.i>iieens, N B 
Kings, N S 
\\'(\stmoielaiid, N B 
Kings, N S 
liiinenburg, N S 
Kings, N S 
Kings, N S 
Kings, N S 
R chmond, N S 
Kings, N S 
(Jloueester, N B 
Queens AN'est, P E I 
Cape lireton, N S 
(Juysborougli, N S 
York, N II 
Richmond, N S 
Westmoreland, N I! 
\'ictoria, N H 
Albert, N B 
Prince East, P K i 
Alb(;rt, N B 
Antigonishe, N S 
Riclimonil, N S 
Pictou, N S 
Inverness, N S 
Inverness, N S 
Shelburne it Qui'cns, NS 
Shelburne it t^ueiMis, NS 
Westmoreland, N I> 
Albert, N B 
Westmoreland, N B 
Prince West. P E I 
Richmond, N S 
(tloueester, N B 
(Jloiucster, N B 
Clouccstcr, N B 



605 



w 



M8T OF I'OST OFKKES IX TIIK MARITIME PItOVlXCER. 



Port OpKifEs. 




li 



Caraquet Lower, 

tCaniegan Hriilgc, 

Cardross, 

Cariboo Gold Minos, 

Cariboo Island, 

Cariboo Marsh, 

Cariboo River, 

Cariboo River Lower, 

tCarletonPartofSt J'n 

Carleton, 

Carleton, 

Carleton North, 

Carlingford, 

Carlisle, 

Carlow, 

Caron Brook, 

Carpenter, 

Carrigan, 

Carroll's Corner, 

("arroU's Crossing, 

Carr's Brt'ok, 

Carsonville, 

Carter's Point, 

Case Settleniont, 

Cassilis, 

Castalia, 

Castlereagh, 

Catalone, 

Catalone (iut, 

Catalone Road, 

Cavendish, 

Cavundixh Road, 

Caverhill Lower, 

Cavethill Upper, 

Cedar Camp, 

Cedar Lake, 

Centennial, 

Central Grove, 

Centre Acadie, 

Centred ale, 

Ccntreton, 

Centre Village, 

tCentreville, 

Centreville, 

Centreville, 

Centreville East, 

Chambers Settlement, 

Charabord, 

Chance Harbor, 

Chance Harbor, 

Chapman, 

Chapman Settlement, 



Er.ECTOllAI. DlSTHICT. 



Gloucester, N 1> 
Kings, P E I 
Kings, P E I 
Halifax, N S 
Pictou, N S 
Cape Breton, N S 
Pictou, N S 
Pictou, N S 
St John, X B 
Prince East, P E I 
Yarmouth, N S 
Prince East, P K 1 
Victoria, N B 
Carleton, " 
Carleton, " 
Victoria, " 
Sunbury it t^ueens, NB 
Antigonishe, N S 
Halifax, " 

Northuniberliind, N B 
Colchester, N S 
Kings, N li 
Kings, " 
Kings, " 

Northumberland, N l> 
Charlotte, N B 
Colchester, N S 
Cape Breton, " 
Cape Breton, " 
Cape Hreton, " 
Queens West, P IC I 
Qtieens West, " 
York, N B 
York, " 
Kings. " 
Digby, X S 
Invorness, " 
Digby, " 
Kont, N B 
Pictou, N S 
Kings, N B 
Westmoreland, N H 
Carleton, " 

Kings, N S 
Digby, " 
Inverness," 
Kinga, N IJ 
Victoria, " 
St. John, " 
Pictou, N S 
Westmoreland, N B 
Cumberland, N S 



Post Officf.s. 



Cliappell's Mills 
Charleston, 
Charlos" Cove, 
Charlo Station, 
Charlo Up|)(r, 
*Ciiarlotteto\vn, 
Charnwood, 
C'liartersville, 
tChathani, 
Ghubo<|ue Centra', 
Cheboque East, 
Chebocpie Point, 
Chegoggin, 
Chelmsford, 
Chelsea, 
Chelsea Upper, 
Chelton, 
Chemical Road, 
Ciieney Settltimcnt, 
Chepstow, 
Cherryfield, 
Cherry (!rove. 
Cherry Hill, 
Cherry Vale, 
Cherry Valley, 
tOhesley's Corners, 
fChester, 
Chester, 
Chester iJasin, 
Chesler (J rant, 
Chctican.p, 
tCheticamp Chapel, 
Cluticamp Little Rivf 
tCheverie, 
Chezzitcook East, 
Chezxitcook West, 
Chignecto, 
Chimney Corner, 
China Point, 
fChipman, 
Chipniiins Brook, 
Chipman's Corners, 
tChristmas Island, 
Church Hill, 
Church Over, 
Church Point, 
Church Point, 
Church Street, 
Church Street Lower, 
Churchville, 
Chute's Cove, 
Clair, 

606 



I", 



Ei-ectorai, Disthii r. 



Cumberland, N S 
Carleton, N B 
Guysborough, N S 
Restigouche, N B 
Restigouche, " 
Queens West, P E I 
Kings, " 

Westmoreland, N II 
Northumberland, " 
Yarmouth, N S 
Yarmouth, " 
Yarmouth, " 
Yarmouth, " 
Northumberland, N I; 
Lunenburg, N S 
Lunenburg " 
Prince East, V E I 
Albert, N B 
Kings, " 
Kings, P E 1 
Lunenburg, N S 
Kings, P E I 
Lunenburg, N S 
Sunbury ife Queens, N 11 
Queens East, P E 1 
Lunenburg, N S 
Lunenburg, " 
Carleton, N li 
Lunenb'-.rg, N S 
Lune».ourg, " 
Fiiverness " 
Inverness, " 
Inverness, " 
Hants, 
Halifax, 
Halifax, 
Cumberland, " 
Inverjicss, " 
Queens East, P E I 
Sunbury \' Queens, N H 
Kings, N S 
Kings, " 
Capo Breton, N S 
Albert, N H 
Shelburne& QueonSjNS 
Northumberland, N 15 
Digby, N S 
Kings, 
Kings. " 
Pictou, " 
Annapolis," 
Victoria, N H 



LIST OF rOST OKh'ICKS IX TIIK MAItlTIMK I'llOVIXCES. 



roRAf, DisTHii r. 



Post Offices. 


1 

Ei.ECTOIlAI, Dl.STKKT. 


Post Offices. 


Ei.ECTORAi. District. 


I'liiirmont RoatJ, 


Kings, N S 


Coldstream, 


Carleton, N B 


Cl.ini Harbour, 


Halifax, " 


Coldstream. 


Colchester, N S 


Cluremont, 


Cumberland, " 


CoMstrcam, East, 


Carleton, N B 


tClarence, 


Annapolis, " 


Coll- Harbor, 


(Juysborough, N S 


Clarpiice Central, 


Annapolis, " 


Coleman. 


Prince West, P E I 


( Jlarence Upper, 


Annapo'is, " 


Cole's Island, 


Sunbury & Queens, N B 


Clarendon, 


Charlotte, N 1) 


College IJridgf, 


Westmorland, N B 


Clarendon Station, 


Sunbury it t^ucons, NB 


College (Jrant, 


Antigonishe, N S 


+ Clarke's Harbour, 


Shelburiie it Queens, NS 


Collegeville, 


Antigonishe, n 


Clarke's Mills, 


Prince East. P K I 


Collin's 


Kings, N B 


Clarke's Corners, 


Sunbury & Queens, N B 


Cullingwood Corner, 


Cumberland, N S 


Clarke's Road, 


Cape Breton, N S 


Comeau's Hill, 


Yarmouth, N S 


Clarktown, 


Queens East, P E J 


Comeauville, 


Digby, N S 


Clear Springs, 


Kings, " 


Com mean. 


Gloucester, N B 


Clear View, 


Carleton, N 15 


Commercial Cross, 


King.s, P E I 


tClemcntsport, 


Annapolis, N S 


Concession, 


Digby, N S 


Clement Upper, 


Annapolis, " 


Concord, 


Pictou, II 


Clementsvale, 


Annapolis, " 


Condon Settlement, 


King", M 


Clermont, 


Prince East, P E I 


Connell, 


Carleton, N B 


tClevoland, 


Richmond, N S 


Connor, 


Victoria, 


Clevelands, 


Kings, N H 


Conn's Mills, 


Cumberland, N S 


Clifton, 


Gloucester, N B 


Concjuerall Bank, 


Lunenburg, h 


tClifton, 


Kings, N ]i 


Conquerall Mills, 


Lunenburg, u 


Clifton. 


Colchester, N S 


Conway Station, 


Prince West, P E I 


Clinch's Milld, 


St. John, N B 


Cook's Brook, 


Halifax, N S 


Clinton, 


Queens West, 1' E 1 


Cook's Cove, 


Guysborough, N S 


( "lones. 


Sunbury it Queer.s, NB 


Cookville, 


Westmoreland, N B 


Clones, South, 


Sunbury it Queens, " 


Cojtper Lake, 


Antigonishe, N S 


('loverdale. 


Carleton, N V, 


Corberrie, 


Digby, N S 


(!loverdale. 


Colchester, N S 


Cork Station, • 


York, N B 


Clover Hill, 


Kings, N B 


Cormiei's Cove, 


Westmoreland, N B 


Cloverville, 


Antigonitsho, N S 


Cormier Village, 


Westmoreland, h 


t Clyde River, 


Shelburne it QueenH,NS 


Cormiervilie, 


Kent, N B 


Clyde River, 


Queens West, P E I 


Corn Hill, 


Kings, II 


( iyde River Upper, 


Shelburne it Queens, NS 


Corn Hill, Ea.st, 


Kings, II 


Clyde Station, 


Queens West, P E I 


Cornwall, 


Queens West, P E I 


Coal Branch Station, 


Kent, N B 


Cornwall New, 


Lunenburg, N S 


Coal Creek, 


Sunbury it Quocn.s, NB 


Cornwall New, Uppei-, 


Lunenburg, ■' 


Coal Creek Upper, 


Sunbury it tiueens, " 


Corraville, 


Kings, P E I 


Coal Mines, 


Sunbury iS: (Queens, ■• 


Co.stigan, 


Victoria, N B 


< 'oates' Mills, 


Kent, N B 


Cough'an, 


Northumberland, N B 


! Cocnguc, 


Kent, H 


Country Harbor Middle, 


Guysborough, N S 


Cocagne Cape, 


Kent, .. 


Country Harbor IMinrs, 


Guysborough, n 


Cocagno River, 


Kent, 


Coveluad Uoad, 


Queens East, P E 1 


Cocagne River, South, 


Kent, II 


Coverdale, 


Albeit, N B 


Cochran's I^ake, 


Capo Breton, X S 


Coverdalo Upper 


Albert, n 


('oddle's Harbor, 


Guysborougli, ■ 


Coverdale Little River, 


Albert, ,. 


Cody's, 


Sunbury it Queens, NB 


Coverdale Lower, 


Albert, n 


Coftinscroft, 


Shelburne & Queens, NS 


Coverdale Middle, 


Albert, .. 


Cogniagun River, 


Hants, N S 


Coxheath, 


Cape Breton, N S 


Coldbrook, 


St John, N B 


Ciix's Point, 


Sunbury it Queens, N B 


Coldbrook Station, 


Kings, N S 


Cow Bay, South Head, 


Cape Breton, N 8 



607 



mm 



l,lsK tiK I'OHT OKKICKH IS THK MAKITIMK PKUVISCEH. 



Post OFFifKtt. 




Craigiiioro, 

Cranton Section, 

Crapaud, 

Creignish Itoar, 

Croft, 

Cross Creek, 

tCrosH HdH, C'try Ilbr, 

Cross Hds Mid. Rlelford, 

Cross Roads, Ohio, 

CrossRds.St. Ceo. Ciri, 

(.'rouse Town, 

Crowell, 

Crowe'H Mills, 

Crow Harbor, 

(^ulloden, 

Cumberland Bav, 

Cumberland New, 

Cumberland Point, 

Oummings' Cove, 

Cummings' Mountain, 

Curryville, 

Cymbria, 

Daiglu, 

fDalhousio, 

Dalhousio, Kast, 

Dalhousie Junction, 

Dalhousie Road, 

Dalhousie Settlement, 

Dalhousie, West, 

Daniel, 

Darlington, 

Darnley, 

tDartmoutli, 

Dartville, 

Davison Street, 

Dawson Settlement, 

Dawsonville, 

Day's Corner, 

Dayspring, 

Dean, 

tDebec, 

Debert Station, 

DeBlois Station, 

Deep Brook, 

Deep Cove, 

Deerfield, 

DeGros Marsit, 

Delap's Cove, 

Delhaven, 

Dempsey's Corner, 

Denmark New, 



Ki.ECTOKAI. I>IHTI<I< T. 




Inverness, N S 
Inverness, 
Prince East, P 10 I 
Inverness, N S 
Antigonislie, N S 
York, N B 
(tuysborough, N S 
(tuysboroiigh, " 
Antigonishe, " 
Richmond, N S 
I.unenbnrg, << 
Shelbiirne it t^ucen.s.NS 
Colchester, N S 
Cuysborough, N S 
Digby, N S 

Sunbury iV l^iutcns, N B 
Lunenbvirg, N S 
Sunbury k (Jueeiis, N l> 
Charlotte, N B 
Pictou, N S 
Albert, N B 
Queens Kast, P \l 1 

Victoria, N B 
Restigouchc, N B 
Kings, N S 
Restigouchc, N B 
Lunenburg, N S 
Pictou, fj S 
Annapolis, N S 
Sunbury S: Queens, N B 
Queens West, P K I 
Prince Must, P I'l 1 
Halifax, N S 
Colchester, N S 
Kings, N S 
Albert, N B 
Restigouche, X l> 
Kings, N B 
Lunenbiirg, \ S 
Halifax, N S 
Carloton, N B 
Colchester, N S 
Prince West, I' K I 
Anna])oIis, N S 
Cape Breton, N S 
Yarmouth, N S 
Kings, P E I 
Annapolis, N S 
Kings, N S 
Kings, 
Victoria, N B 



Denmark Road, 

Dennistowii. 

Densnioro's Mills, 

IVrby, 

Derby Lower, 

DcSiible, 

t Descousp, 

Devon 

Devon, West, 

DeWolfo, 

Diamond, 

t Digby, 

Diligent River, 

Dingwall, 

Dingwell's Mills, 

Di]>pcr Harbor, 

Dipper Harbor, West, 

Doaktown, 

Dobson's Corner, 

Doctor's Brook, 

t Doctor's ( 'ove, 

I )oherty, 

Dolierty Creek, 

Donegal, 

t Dorchester, 

Dorchester Crossing, 

Dorn Ridge, 

Douglas, 

I (ouglasfield, 

l)ougIa8 Harbour, 

Douglastown, 

Dover, 

1 )ovc'r East, 

Dover Little, 

Dover Hill, 

Dover Upper, 

Dover West, 

Downey ville, 

Doyle's Brook, 

Doyle Settlement, 

Dromore, 

Dromoro West, 

Drumuioud, 

Dublin Shore, 

Dublin West 

Duck Creek, 

DuUbrin Miiujs, 

Dumbarton Stition, 

Dumfries, 

Dumfries Lower, 

Duncan, 

I )iindaH, 



DisTKii r. 



Colchester, N S 
Inverness, 
Hants, N S 
Northumberland, N I! 
Northumberland, 
Prince East, P E 1 
Richmond, N S 
Halifax, N S 
Prince West, P E 1 
Charlotte. N B 
Pictou, N S 
Digby, N S 
Cumberland, N S 
Victoria, N S 
KingH, P E I 
St John, N B 
St John, II 
Northumberland, N !'• 
Westmorland, N B 
Antigonishe, N S 
Shelburne it Queens, NS 
Sunbury i*v: Queens, N 15 
Cumberland, N S 
Kings, N B 
Westmorland, N li 
Westmorland, " 
York, N B 
York N B 

Noithumberland, N I! 
Sunbcry it Queens, ■ 
Northumberland, 
Westmoreland, n 

Holifax, N S 
Cuysborough, N S 
Victorio, N B 
Westmore'and, N B 
Halifax, N S 
Kings, N P» 
Northumberland, N 1! 
Restigouche, 
Queens East, P E I 
Queens East, h 
Victoria, N B 
Lunenburt', N S 
Lunenburg, m 
Sunbury it Queens, N 1! 
Halifax, N S 
Charlotte, N B 
York, 

Lunenburg, N S 
Lunenburg, n 
Kings, P E 1 



6o8 



LIST OK I'OMT OKKK Eh IX TIIK MAIUTIMK l'UO\ IXCEM. 



roRAI, DiSTIiH r. 



Tost Okkiceh. 



I »lllul('C, 

Dundee, 

I tuncclin, 

iMingivan, 

I )iinlo]>, 

DnnmnglaHH, 

|)iininon<, 

I Junphy, 

Dunvfgaii, 

hupery's Cornor, 

I )iirolI, 

Durham, 

l>nrhniii HridgH, 

1 Durlianivillo, 

I'urland, 

Dutcli llrook, 

Dutcli Sottlcnu'nt, 

Dutfli Village, 

Dyke Village I'pper, 

I'.aglo Head, 

l')arItowii Nortii, 

llailtown, 

ilarltown Kast, 

Kurltowii, West, 

KiiKt lialtie, 

ilast May, 

Kast ISay Noitli Side, 

I'lafitdale, 

ilasterii Harlior, 

l']ast Kerry, 

llaht Mines Station, 

V'.asl Mountain, 

llast Poin^ 

liast Uiver, 

ICastville, 

Kiitonviile, 

l'",l)tit)fleet, 

l'U)(>nezer, 

t Kconomy, 

iCcononiy Lower, 

Economy Point, 

i'lcononiy Upper, 

Kcum Heciim, 

Kcum Secum Bridge, 

I'idgett'H Landing, 

lEdniunHton, 

Kdwardsville, 

Mel Urook, 

lOel Cove, 

Kel Creek, 

iKel River CrosKinL', 



I'^LKCToiiAi. Disriiin. 



itostigouelie, \ 1 1 
Kiclitnond, N S 
(.^ueenH West, l* K I 
Westnioreliind, N It 
(jilonceHtor, 
Antigonislio, N S 
Antigonishe, 
Nortlnimherland, N 
Invcrnesp, N S 
Westinoveland, N I! 
Kings, 1* K I 
Pictou, N S 
York, N H 
Hestigouclio, N li 
liunenburg, N S 
Cape Hreton, ■• 
Halifax, 
Halifax, N S 
KinL'H, N S 

Slielliurne it (^hioens, 
Colchester, N S 
Colchester, •■ 
Colchester, m 
Colchester, •< 
Kings, P K I 
Cape IJreton, N S 
Cupe Mreton, 
Kings, 
Invei'ness, 
|)igl)y, 
Colchester 
Colchester, m 

Kings, P !•) I 
Lunenburg, N S 
Colchester, 
Cumberland, ■> 
I'rince West, P K I 
Queens Kast, 
Co'chester, N S 
Colchester, •■ 

ColcllPSttT, 

Colchester, 
(luysborough, N S 
Halifax, N S 
Albert, N H 
Victoria, >. 
Capo Proton, N S 
Yarmouth, 
Victoria, 
Cumberland, 
Hestigetcln', N I! 




NS 



Ki.ECTnllAI. DldTKICT. 



Kel lUver Lnke. 

Kgmont Pay, 

Kiglit Island Luke, 

KIgin, 

tKlgin, 

KIgin Little liivi r, 

Kllenstown, 

Lllersliouse, 

Klliois Mills, 

Klliotvale, 

KImcroft, 

KIndield, 

Khnhurst, 

KIniira 

KInisdale, 

l')lnisdale, 

K'nisvale, 

Kliiisvillr, 

Klinwood, 

I'^lmwond, 

Knieruld, 

Knierald, 

Kmigrant Koad, 

Kniyvale, 

Kntield, 

Kiiglish Corner, 

tl'lnglishtown, 

Mnniore, 

Knni.->liiire, 

iMiniskillnii Station, 

KllOM, 

Krb, 

Krinville, 

Kscuniinac, 

Ivsdruilton, 

I'jskusoni, 

I'isk Pooni North, 

Kssex, 

Kstmere, 

Ktna, 

t Kureka, 

Kvandale, 

Kverett, 

Kxmuur, 

Factory Dale, 

Puirtield, 

{•'airfield, 

Kairhaven, 

Kairley, 

PairmonI, 

I'airview, 



York, N II 

Prime Past, P K I 

(luysliorongli, N S 

Pictou, II 

Albert, N |{ 

Albert, .. 

Northund)erland, N \\ 

Hants, N S 

Queens West. I' K I 

Kings, P I", I 

Charlotte, N I". 

Pictou, N S 
I Kings, N l> 

Kings, P K I 
' II ants, N S 

Princc! West, P K I 

Halifax, N S 

Charlotte, N I! 

Kings, N n 

Qu.cns We-t, P K I 

Inverne-H, N S 

Prince Kast, P K I 

Westmoreland, N l> 

Prince I'ast, P K 1 

Hants, N S 

Halifax, N H 

\'ictori;i. N S 

Prince West, P K I 

N'ictoria, N P 

Sunliury it (Jucei s, N IS 

Cape Prcton, N S 

K\ngH, N l> 

( iiiysliorough, N S 

Northumberlaud, N M 

Carleton, N I! 

Cape Prcton, N S 

Northumb riand, N H 

Invc-rness, N S 

Victoria, N S 

Kings, N s 

Pictou, M 

Kings, N P 

Victoria, N I'. 

Nortliumberliiiid, N II 

Kings, N S 
Kings, P K I 
St John, N I! 
Chariot!*", N r. 
Northuml)erland, N P 
AntigoniNhe, N S 
Westmoreland, N P 



(joy 



^ip 



I.I8T OK PO.ST oKKICKN IN rilK MAIMTIME rROVHTOU. 



Po^T Ornrt>. 



Fiiir\ itw, 

Kairvifw Siation, 

IKiiirv illr, 

l'\(lklaiiil, 

Kulkhihil l!i(l;;<-, 

I'aliiioiitli, 

KaliiKiiilli Station, 

i'"ariiu'r.st(iii, 

l''arfinri,'il«il'', 

['airiiiiii^toii, 

{''artiiiiiutoii, 

Kmiiiiiiytoii Suutli, 

Iwuixliom;:, 

I'awcclt Mill, 

I'dtz South, 

I'Vnwitk. 

I'eiiwick. 

I'cr^'ii.soii's l/.ikf, 

Kcrmi oil's Point, 

Kcriiilulf, 

fKi-rry l>:iiidiii;.', 

I'"('iris, 

Kerry villr>, 

I'ift*"!! Miln StnMiii, 

l''it'n'<ii I'oint, 

l*"inlay.-oii, 

First Soutli, 

Mshcnnaii s llarimr, 

h'itz;^! raid Station. 

I''itzpatri<k, 

I'ivc Islands I.owii, 

T Kixi- fsialids, 

Five Mill' ItiMT, 

Flatlands, 

Flat IJivcr, 

{•'Ictrlicr s Station, 

Flint Mill, 

rFlorciKfNilli'. 

Florfiici'villf! Fast, 

l-'lowi is' Cove, 

I'MiiiiH' Itid:,'!', 

Foliy llrook 

l"'olkins, 

h'ollcy Lakf, 

{''olli'V Mountain, 

Follry .Mountain Knst, 

IFolK'y Viila^*', 

Follies, 

Forlifs I'oint, 

Ford'H Mills, 

Forest (Jiado, 

Forest ( 'lien, 



Kl.KrroiiAi, IHsTiin I. 



t^Mlc.in West, I* K I 
Halifax, N S 
St .loliii, N I! 
Ilalit'ux. N S 
.\ijna|i('li-^, N S 
Hants', N S 
Hal.f, .. 
I "arl- ton, N I'. 
Kiiiys, N It 
Kin-s, PHI 
< 'iiiiiliiTJaiid, N S 
Annajiolis, N S 
Luiienl>iirir, 
West III' riand, N l! 
liUneiil'iiii.'. N S 
Kiiifs, N i: 
t'liiiiliciland, N S 
liiiliiiioiiil, N S 
• Iloilci ster, N l> 
AllMTt, N I! 
Victoria, N S 
Siiiiliury iV (i>iiei'ns, NI5 
("arlcton, X I! 
Halifax, X S 
I'lin.c Fast, P F I 
V'ictDiia, X S 
l.uiieiilniri:, X S 
( luyslioi'oiiLjIi, X S 

Plilur West, P F I 

Xoitliiinilierlaiiil, N I! 

(.'oK'liesttr, N S 

t 'olclic-ter. 

Hauls, 

l{esti;,'OU( lie, X i> 

Qiicons ICast, P F I 

Halifax, X S 

Allart, X i; 
'CaHelon, N P 

Callcton " 

Suiiliiiry iV (idicciis, X M 

Cliailol'tr, X ii 

Victoria, " 

Kiii;;s, " 

Co'cliester, N S 

('oliiesti T, '• 

Colcliestcr, " 

CoK-Iiestcr, " 

('oKliester, " 

Slie!lHirne»Vrt,[ui'ons, NS 
I Kent, X P 
I Annapolis, X S 
1 Inverness, " 



I '(INT OfkH'Kh. 



Forest Hill, 
Forest Hill, 
l''oresloil, 

Forks, 

I'ort AuKiistuH, 

F. rties Settlcnieiit, 

h'ort. liawrunee. 

Fort Louisliuif,', 

Fortmt! Prid^e, 

Fortune Cove, 

h'oster-', 

Foster's Croft, 

Fost(!r Settloiiieiit Lwr, 

Fosterville, 

l''ound's Mills, 

Fourelie, 

Four Fttlls, 

Four Mile Prook, 

I'our Roadf, 

Fox Creek, 

Fox Harlior, 

Fox Island Mnin, 

Fox Piver, 

Frainlioise, 

Frainlioisi! Intervale, 

Frainltoise Norlli, 

Frankville, 

Fraser's (J rant, 

Fiaser's Mills, 

t Fn-derieton, 

Frcdericton Jiinttioii, 

Fiedericton Road, 

Fredericton Station, 

i^reelaiid, 

I Frei port, 

Freetown, 

Fietjtown Power, 

Fronoli Pake, 

I'^reiuli River, 

French River, 

French Poad, 

FreiK'livale, 

French Village, 

Fioiuli Village, 

I'Vendi Village, 

French Village Ijowor, 

Friars Head, 

Friars Head tlhapol, 

Frizzleton, 

Front Stream, 

l''n|t/)n'K Prook, 



Fl.K<TORAL DiHTUK I 



KingH, P K I 
Albert, N H 
Carleton, " 

Suiiliury & Queens, X it 
Queens Fast, P K I 
Liincnhiirg, N S 
Cumberland, " 
Cape Proton, " 
Kings, P E I 
Prince West, P E I 
Lunenburg, N S 
Kings, N B 
Lunenburg, N S 
York, N P 
Queens West, P E I 
Riclimond, N H 
Victoria, N B 
Pictou, N S 
Gloucester, N B 
Westmoreland, N B 
Cumberland, N S 
GuyHborougb, *• 
Cumberland, " 
Richmond, " 
Richmond, " 
Richmond, " 
Antigonisho •' 
Antigonishc, " 
Antigonishe, " 
York, N B 

Sunbury & Queens, N P 
Wc»tnioreland, " 

Pfinco East, P El 
Prince West, " 
Digby, N S 
Prince East, P E I 
Prince East, " 
Sunbury it Queens, N P 
Pictou, N S 
Queens West, P E I 
Capo Breton, N 8 
Cape Breton, " 
Queens East, P E I 
Kings, N B 
Halifax. N S 
York, N B 
Inverness, N S 
Inverness " 
Inverness " 
Gloucester, N B 
Sunbury (t Queens, N B 



6io 



i.iHT OK rosT okkickm in nil; mauitimk ruuviMEH. 



AI. DiHTIlKT 



K I 
M 

t 

t Qucons, N i! 
flst, P E I 
g, NS 
»I, " 
|on, " 
I'M 

St, P K T 
K. N S 

n 

k NS 

]i 

-eHt, P E r 
I, N .S 
N B 
S 

r, N B 
eland, N B 
,nd, N S 

Ugl), " 

nd, " 

a, " 

d. " 
Ll, <• 
sho •' 
ihe, " 
jlie, " 
H 

tv: Queens, N 15 
eland, " 

I8t, P K I 
est, " 
S 

ist, P K I 
ist, " 
t Quoons, N n 
S 

^est, P E I 
ton, N 8 
»n, " 
1st, P E I 
13 

S^S 
B 
, N S 



r, N B 

Is Queens, N B 



Pont O.ikh ks. 



Kl.KCToliAl hisTlin T. 



ialiarouKc, 

ialiaioiisu ISuiai'hois, 
,a)>ai'()US(! Lake, 
lagclowii Tppor, 
(lagctown, 
;a,u<'to\\ii fiowci, 

■ Mllas Point, 
i.inlcn iii Edfii, 
ianliiicr ISIincx, 
ianliniT's Cnn.-Ic, 
iarlicid, 
iurland, 
i.irnct, 
ias|H'p'au.\, 
in.s|i('roaux, 
;as|icn'aux, 
iasiicrcaux Station, 
lasporcanx rppcr, 
I'avclton, 

iiiy'H Uivtr, 

iay's River UoatI, 

liiytliornc, 

;cary, 

u'orgc's liivcr, 

iforgc's River Station, 

(Jeorgctown, 

Icurgcvilic, 

itTinantown, 

icKnor's Creek, 

; tson's Point, 

iiant'.s l,akf, 

iililioii, 

iilison, 

■ iilji'it Cove, 
iillicil Mountain, 
iilks, 

'illandcr's Mountain, 

iillospio 

'illios Lake, 

Jillii'S Point, 

iillics Point East, 

( ilaco Bay Little, 

Hadstonc, 

iladwyn, 

Jlasgow, 

ilasshurn, 

ilasHvilie, 

Ilassville West, 

!lo\)e Road, 

!len Alpine, 

'lien Anglin, 

Men Bard, 



Cap(' Breton, N S 
('ap(> liretdii, " 
Cape Mreton, " 
Snnliury it t,l"''«nK, N l! 
Sunliury it t.iuccns, " 
Sunliiirv iV (lUn'f.'iiH, '• 
(Queens,' East, i* I) I 
Pictoii, N S 

Cape iireton, " 
St. Jolin, N li 
(JiitenH East, I' i'l I 
Kings, N S 
St. Joliii, N i; 
(^ncns East. 1' !■: I 
Siniliury it <^iieens, Nil 
Kings, X S 

Snnliury it (I'ueens, N 11 
Sunliury it Queens, ' 
^'a^nlont!l, N S 
CoI(li(!8ter. '■ 
Halifax, 

Northuinl erlaml, N I! 
Sunhury it (^»ucens, " 
Cape Breton, N S 
Cai)e I'reton, " 
Kings, P 1-; I 
Antigonili, N S 
Alliorl, N I! 
Aniuipolis, N S 
Lunenl)nri', " 
Cnysliorougli," 
Kings, N M 
York, " 
Digl.y, N S 

Cuniherlav.d, " 
Nortliuinlierland, N 1! 
Victoria, N S 
Victoria, N I! 
C.ipe Breton, N S 
Victoria, " 

N'ictoria, " 

Cape Bi<'ton, 
Viclorii, N !'. 
Victoria, " 
Cape Brelon, N S 
Antigonishe, '• 
Carleton, N I! 
Carleton, '• 
Antigonishe, N S 
Antigonishe, " 
(iloueester, N I! 
Antigonishe, N S 



I'll- 1 < >i in y.H 



El.K«'Tn|[\l. |)|>T|||( 1. 



t Jh'idiervie, 
(lien C.unplifll, 

< ilencoc, 
( ili'iirue, 
(Jlclicnc rpper, 

< ■leiicurraihiie, 
( ilriicovr', 
Cleiiilalc, 

( lleM'Ufr, 

(iii'Iid.;, 

( ileiit'aiinitiL', 

< iU'iifitiiian, 
Clciigarrv, 
<ilengarry, 
(Jleiigiiny Station, 
( llei.g.irry Valley, 

( ileiilivet, 

( !len Margairt, 

( !len Martin, 

( ill nmore, 

(ilen I'orter, 

(ilen lioad, 

(ilen Road I'pper, 

( i ensliee, 

(ilen rig,(l'lea.sant \ 

(ilenvale, 

(Ileiiville, 

( ilen Wil'iani, 

(Ilenwood, 

(lolls, 

( loliien (irove, 

( iolili'ii (irove .Mills, 

(ioldiii Ridg<-, 

(ioldenvillr, 

(iold liivir, 

(iondola Point, 

(iood Corner, 

( iooselierry Co\e, 

( iooi-c Creek, 

(Sot so River, 

(lordonsville, 

( iordoiisville South, 

(ioie, 

( ioshen, 

( ioshen, 

(Ioshen L'pper, 

(iouldville, 

(Jowan Brae, 

(lowland ^^ountain, 

(irafton, 

(irafton, 

(Irafton Ni-w, 



y) 



Colchestir, N S 
Inverness, n 
liixmii'ss, II 
ReHtigouehe, N B 
Inverness, \ S 
Kings, V i; I 
(iuysliorough, \ S 
Inverness, 
Inverness', n ' 

( Iiivsliorouyh, i 
Kings, R i: I 
(^leeiiH i:asl, 1' 1', I 
Invei ni'.ss, N S 
I'rince Wist, R I, I 
Rictou, N S 

Cape liriton. " 
Ri-tigouilii', N 1! 
Il.ilifax, N S 
(^H'ens l.ast, P K I 
Coluhestcr, N S 
Noitliunilieiiand, N I! 
Antigonishe, N S 
Antigonishe, •• 
Piciou, 

Antigonisli,e m 
Westnioreland, .N 1 1 
Inverness, N S 
(,»Meens liast, P !■; I 
N'arniouth, N S 
Halifax, <> 

Kings, N B 
St. John, " 
Carlfton, " 
(luysl)orough, N S 
Runenburg, 
Kiiiys, N B 
Carli'ton, N R. 
St diihn, 
St John, 
Kings, R 10 1 
Carleton, N I! 
Carleton, 
Ilant.s, N S 
Albert, X B 
(luysborougli, X S 
Albert, X R. 
Westmorland, N B 
Kings, P E I 
Albert, X B 
Carleton ■■ 
Kings, X S 
Shelbiirn it tjueens, X' S 



()i I 



^m. 



I.I8T OK I'OHT OFKICES IX THK MAHITIME I'RUVIXrES. 



Post OrKirKs. 



(Iraliaiu'ti P.oad, 
• Iraliaiii's Sidin;:, 
(iraiiitield, 
(jJraiul AiiHf, 
(Iraiulo Alice, 
( I rand Hay, 
<trand Dt'Hort, 
fCJrand Ktiiii^', 
idi.md Falls, 
(iraiid Kails I'ort^f•<•, 
(iraiu! lIai!/or, 
Orario'sTiic, 
(Jraiul Lake, 
(•rand Luke Slation, 
f(irund Manan, 
(imnd Mira North, 
(•rand Mira .Soutli, 
(Irand Narro.vH Hear, 
(jraiiil Narrow.", 
t(irund I'rc, 
(irand Hiver, 
(Jrand KiviT, 
(Jrand River Falls, 
CJraiid Traeadie, 
( Jrundview, 
(Jranite Vilin)i,'e, 
(Jnint, 
(! ran ton, 
( Iranville, 
Miranville Centre, 
(iranville Snulli, 
t^Jranville Ferrv, 
(«raii\ ille l,i>v,•^' •, 
(Jrativille ll|ij;<'r, 
(Iratton, 

(Jreat Si.cMiiogue, 
t(!reat Village, 
(Jreen J5u8li, 
(•reenlield, 
(Jrnenfield, 
(iioentielr*, 
(Jrounlield, 
(treeidield St MaryH, 
(Jreon Harboi-, 
(Jrcen Hill, 
(inen Hill, 
(iroLM) Hill, 
(Jreenniomit, 
(Jreen I'oiiit, 
(jreen liiver, 
(ireen Koad, 
(ireen's ISrook, 



Kl.KCTOHAI, DlSTKHT. 



(.Queens West, I' E I 
Colcliestcr, N S 
Nortlnnnlierland, N H 
Rieliinond, N H 
( Jloucestf'r, N H 
Kings, 

Halifax, N S 
Inverness, •■ 
Vict<jria, N I? 
Victoria. 
Cliarlotte, ■. 
Kent, 

Cajie Hretin, N S 
Halifax, 
(.'liarlotte, N 15 
Cape Hreton, N S 
Capo iSrcton, 
Victoria, « 

Cu|io lireton, « 
Kin'.H, N S 
Victoria, N H 
Hicliniond, N S 
Fticlunomi, 
(Queens Fast, I' !•; I 
t^iieens Fast, V V 1 
.Slielhiirneil' <V"cent', NS 
Westniorlaml, \ 1! 
Pictou, N S 
(Queens Fast, V F I 
Annapolis, N S 
(^)«e.'nK West, 1' !•: I 
Annapolis, N S 
AnnapoliH, m 
Annapolifi, 

Nortliuniberland, N l! 
Westmoreland, 
Colchester, N S 
York, N H 
Antigonisiie, N S 
Oarleton, N 15 
Sholliurne it (Queens, NS 
Colchester, N S 
(inysborongh, N S 
Hlielliurne.Vt^iU'ens,NS 
Piet' u, N S 
('innl)erlanil, N' S 
York, N li 
Prince West, I' !•: I 
(iloncester, N IS 
Victoria, N 15 
Carleton, 
J'icton, N S 



PoHT Okfickh. 



(Jreen's Creek, 

(Jreen vale, 

(Jreen vale, 

(Jropnville liOwer, 

(Jrtenvillo Station, 

(Jre(Mivillo North, 

(Jreenwich, 

(Jroenwich Upper, 

Greenwich Hill, 

(Jreenwood, 

(Jreer, 

(Jrcy's Mills, 

(Jreywood, 

(JrosHCH Coijues, 

(irosvener, 

(Iioves Point, 

( JiKiguen, 

Gnlf Shore, 

(JuHCove, 

(Junning Cove, 

M Juysliorougli, 

(Juysl)oroiigh Int rvalc, 

tllackt^tfs Cmvo, 

IIain'.vilI(( Middle, 

Halconil), 

Halt Island Cove, 

Halfway Prook, 

I lalfway Covo, 

Half iliver Station, 

T Halifax, 

Hall's Harltor, 

Hall's HarLor Koad Ft, 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton Mountain, 

Hamniondvale, 

llampstead Ujtper, 

i Hamspstead, 

Ilani|)8tead Central, 

t ifanipton, 

Hampton, 

Hamtown, 

Hanford Hrook, 

Hansfoi'd, 

Hansford WoHt, 

tlfantsport, 

ilanw 

! Harl)or au Houehe, 

Harl)i)r Itoad, 

Harliorville, 

i Harconrt, 

Hardingville, 



Ei.ECTOItAL DiSTHK 



Colchester, N S 
KingK, P F I 
Pictou, N S 
Cumberland N S 
Cumberland, m 
Cumberland, m 
KingH, 1' F I 
Kings' N B 
Kings 11 
Kings, N S 
St John, \ U 
Kings, N |{ 
Anna[>oli8, N S 
Digby, NS 
Uuysborough, N S 
Capo Hreton, m 
Kent, N H 
Cumberland, N S 
Capo Hreton, i 
Shelburne it C^ueens, N S 
(Jnysborough, N S 
( Juysborongh, « 

Halifax, N S 
York, N M 

Nortlininberland, N \'> 
(Jnysborongh, N S 
Colchester, N S 
(Jnysborough, N S 
(/uni'ierland, u 
Halifax, N S 
Kings, N S 
Kings, 

Princ( i:a,. , I' F I 
Sui\biiiy it t^iueens, N H 
KingH, N H 
Sunbury, N W 
Sunbury it (Queens, N II 
Sunbury it Queens, i. 
Kings, N H 
I'rincc Fast, I* F I 
York, N 15 
St .lolin N 1! 
Cnnd)erliind, N S 
(^iniberlaiid, n 
Hants, N S 
York, N 15 
Antigonislie, N S 
Antigonisiie, 
KingB, N S 
Kent, N 15 
St John, N 15 



1)12 



I,18T OK I'OST Ot'KICKS IX THE MAUITI.Ml'; I'KoVINCKS. 



AL Disthk r. 



Post Okkickh. 



larclwick*', 

lardwood LuiiiIh, 

innly, 

liintwDod, 

Iiuli-y RoikI, 

liirnioiiy, 

larmoiiy N»f\v, 

lannoiiy MillK, 

Inni'^aii Cuvo, 

liiriingtoii, 

liirriH N<!W, 

iMnisoa Roa<l, 

liiirisoii Si'ttU.'iiiont, 

liiirisvillc, 

iHrtlif^lcl, 

I lilt ford, 

liirtford, 

lliirtlaiul, 

lartsville 

llaiM y, 

liii\cy Kaiili, 

lliirvcy Station, 

IllSSt't, 

lastiiif{s, 

lustiiif^H, 

lutlicld I'uint, 

liivclock, 

liiwksldiry R( ar, 

lawksiiaw, 

lay Covf, 

liiyesvillc, 

layrsvilli' Cfiitrul. 

layiK'villd rppcr, 

lays |{i\('r, 

la/i'l ( I rove, 

ia.rl Hill, 

lead of Tide, 

{.•atlilKill, 

li'Mlicidale, 

loatluMton, 

I el iron, 

ilrltron, 

Ir'taiioo^a, 

I<'d;,'fvillc, 

Irniford, 

It-ndirson Soltlfnirnt. 

ii'ndcrson Si'ttliMnt'iit, 

lonnigur, 

I'Tnianvillc, 

li'i'on Island, 

li-rring (\nc, 

li'xliani. 



Km:ctoiiai. Distkkt. 



Northumberland, N It 
Hants, N S 
Westmoreland, N W 
Westn^ondand, .. 
Sunbuiy ik (.Queens, N |{ 
Kings, N S 
Kings, P E I 
Sliell)urnoit (.Jik-cii, NS 
Halifax, N S 
Queens Kast, P 1-' I 
Victoria, N S 
Cumberland, N S 
Cumberland, 
Westmoreland, N l! 
York, X H 
Cumberland, N S 
Carlo'oii, N l> 
Carletoii, 

Prince Kast. V K I 
Albert, N I! 
Allicrt, .. 
York, fi 
Digby, N S 
Cumber' Mid, N S 
Albert, .N' I! 
Kings, ■! 
Digby, N S 
Inverness, N S 
Yoik, N H 
Richmond, N S 
York, N r, 
^'oik, '• 
^'oik, II 
InM-rness, N S 
giieens West, I' K I 
( tuysltorongh, N S 
Rt'Htigoiiche, N li 
V'icton, N .'■' 
King-, I' K I 
Antigonislie, N S 
AllHTt, N It 
Yarmouth, N S 
higby. NS 
Pifton, N S 
Lunnenbiirg, N S 
Sunbiiry A- Queens, N I! 
{'umbeiland, N S 
Hants, N S 
Kiii-s I' K 1 
Restigomhc, N H 
Halifax, N S 
Nortliiimberlnnil, N R 



Post Okkkks. 



libernia, 

licksville, 

liggin's Road, 

ligh Rank, 

liglibiiry's 

fightield, 

lighlield, 

iigliland, 

liglilaiid N'illagc, 

liglilands, 

lildegard, 

lildeii. 

lillandalr, 

lillalon, 

lill (Irovc. 

lillsiiorou<,di, 

llillhiiuriiugli, 

liilsliorongli, Hciid 

lillsbiirn, 

lillsdair, 

lills.lal.-, 

lillsdalc l.'iwi r, 

llllsidr, 

lillsid.-, 

lii'uiii, 

loilson, 

loldrrville, 

lollllCSN ilif, 
loMlf\illf, 

lo|icli<'ld, 

lo|i(' River, 

lojicwcli, 

I |o|i('Ucll, 

I lopewcll ('a|ie, 

iojirwi'll Mill. 

Iilpl <■!•, 

lorii's Road, 
lortoli New, 
loitoii Ni'W I |'|ier, 
lorton liaiidiiig, 
1 loyt Station, 
Hubbard's Cove, 
IiD'stis Landini.', 
Iiiiitfi's i Ionic, 
I miter's Mountain, 
Iiiiid'i's Hivcr, 
liiiitiiigtiiii, 
I Milt's Point, 
lulcliiiisdii Scttlcmc 

da, 
mluli, 



lit, 



Ki.KCT(»UAL District. 



Siini)i;ry it Queens, N l> 

Westniorelnnd, N U 

Prince West, P K I 
1 Queens Kast, n 
I Kings, N S 

Hants, M 

Kings, N li 

Ciiysliorougli, N S 

('olclicstcr. N S 
Cadcton, N I! 
1 Wcstniorciand, N li 
ColdicstiM', N S 

\'ictorin, N i> 
, K ings, N S 
. Di..by, , 
' Inverness, N S 
' Ailicrt, N I! 

Kings, I» !•; I 

Aniiaiiolis, N S 

Inverness, 

Kings, N !'. 

Inverness, N S 

AMiert, N 15 

Cape liretoii, N S 
; Allnrt, N li 
j Pietou, N S 

Kings, \ r> 
I Carletoii, N I! 

(;ape lireton, N S 
, Queens Kast, P K I 

Queens West, 
j Albert, N R 

Pietou, N S 

Albert, N IJ 

All)-rt, u 

Albert, M 

Capo Rreton, N S 

All.ert, N R 

Albert, .. 

Kings, NS 

Sunbuiy A- Qui I II , \ II 

Halifax, N S 

Sunliury A- <i)iieeiis, N R 

Sunliury iV ti>neeiis, N I! 

Victoria, N S, 

Queens West, V K I 

Cape lireton, X S 

.■siielbun e it QiMtiis, NS 

Halifax, N S 

Sunliurv iV Quci ns, N li 
Kings, N It 



^".5 



mm 



LIST OF I'OST OFFIC'KS IN TUli MAIUTIMK FUOVIXCKS. 



I'OMT OfFICKS. 



Inchl.y, 

IiKliun nrnok, 

Indian liarlioc. 

Fmlinn II))r Ltikft ll('a<l, 

Indian Islund, 

Indian iSlounlain, 

Indian I'oint, 

Indiiin Hiver, 

I ndiiin Koiid, 

! Iiidiiiiit'n, St .lim ('ty, 

lni,di.svillc. 

In<»li.svdl(! West, 

I ni;oMisli, 

I njioiiisli South, 

liif,'onisli I'Vrry, [ 

Inj^iiiin River, i 

InUt-rrnan. 

I ntorvaic, | 

intiTvalc N'lirtli, \ 

InvrlllcSH, 

I lonii, I 

Ireland, 

li-elanii Huud New. 

Iretoii, 

Irin, 

IriBJi < '(>\f, j 

l^;iHlito\vn, 

Iron Mines, 

1 ron Ur«*, 

Iron Hoi-k, 

h'vinf^ St'ttifint'Mt, 

t Isaac's Harbor, 

isaai's llftrlior (ciist), 

iRliimi |{i\i'i. 

July ('niss, 

I vera, 

ilu<'kM)ii, 
liaelc-isuiiiou II, 
Mai^sonvillf, 
Jucrkson-. ill'-, 
•)ac(|ii<-t ItUfi', 
. I units Kivi-r, 
.lunics River StatKii, 

ilUiiiCSxilie, 

Jant'viMe. 
JauvriiiH lli«ilrf»r, 
.leddorc Kast, 
.lerldon' t ly.stor PoucIk, 
.leddore W ?Ht, 
.tl;(Won* West Lovr, 
/(•flry, 




Sunlairy iS; (.^'K't'"**. 
Vietoiia, N S 
lliilifax, 

(iuysl)()rou;,'li, N S 
Charlotte, N I! 
\V( stinoreland, \ I 
liUniMiliurf.', N S 
IVinee F.ast, P K I 
Hants, N S 
St doiiM, N I! 
Annapolis, N S 
Anna|ioIi8, 
Vietoriii, N S 
\'ictoria, 
Nictoria, 
Halifax, N S 
(iloucester, N l> 
We>itniorIand, N IS 
( Jnv«lioroui,di, N S 
Pri'iice Kast, I' K I 
N'ictoria, N S 
Anti^onishe. \ S 
AlKert, X I! 
Vannonth, \ S 
gueenf- Kast, 1' I-", I 
(y'ape Rreton, N S 
VN'estnioieland, \ I 
InvernchH, N S 
Pielou, N S 
Pietoil, 
AU.ert, N W 
I JiiyHlnorouifli, \ S 
(iuy.s*Kjrouj4li, 

(ilollC-HtfT, N l> 

Luij«Mil><ir^', N S 
\ i.totfc*. N S 

('iiiiil»^rlaiid, N S 

< •rU'ton, \ W 
C.irlrtoi), 

'■n|M Rreton \ S 
li»fM:^onelie, \ l> 
Antigonislie, N S 
Antiijoni.she, 
\ ietoriii, N S 

< iloncester, N I! 
Rielinioiul, N S 
Halifax, N S 
Halifax, » 
lliiiifux, n 
llanfux, 
KingH, N It 



NR 



Post Ofkk.ks. 



Jenisog, 

JeiMS(>^, Moiitli (if, 

.[enkins, 

Jewi tt s Mil If, 

iloLrL'ili r>ridi,'e, 

l''oj,',t,'iii Mines, 

.lolinson's CJrofl, 

.lohnsuirs Mills, 

•Idlinstnn, 

.Idliiistoii River, 

.luliiiKtown. 

•lolinv ille, 

•loiiour' , 

Jones' {'oriier, 

iloidun Ray, 

.Ionian I'liy, •ast side, 

doi'din l!ay i.owei, 

.IokIjii ItraiU'li, 

•lordaii I'erry, 

. Jordan River, Head of, 

.Ionian Mountain, 

.)iiiiii|iie Little Ri\cr, 

.liidiijUi', 

■ liiilii|ue l.iitli' Rial', 

.hiiiiiier Mount, 

.luvrnile Settlement, 

Kais, 
Kai'sdale, 

Kuy Selt'ellienI, 
Keats, 
i\edr<n), 
keirsteadv ille. 
Keith, 

Kill_\ s Cross, 
Kelly's ('o\e, 
Kenipt. 
i\i'lii|it lleail, 
Kelll| t Head I |i|»er, 
Koin|>t Road, 
Keinjit Shore, 
Keniplou II. 

Keinjitown Upper, 

Keniptvi h', 
1 Kenu' teook, 
Kenneteool< ( 'orner, 
Kennetio k I pper, 
Kenniii'^toii ('o\e, 
\ Keni'iimtoi), 
Kent, 

Kent I pj.i r, 
Kent .iuiu'ion, 



Kl.KCTOHAI. DisTiin 



Siinliuryii- C^ueon', N i: 
Sunliury it- t^ureiis, 
Suiihury it (Queens, 

, York, N R 
Dinhy, N S 
Ciindierland, N S 
Kiiifjs, N R 
Westinondand, N R 

J .Sunliury iV (.^liieens, N 1 
Qnoens Kast, P K I 
Piiehniond, X .S 
(-arleton, N R 
Wcstnun-eland, X l! 
Kin;^s, X R 
Slielliurnc' it Queens, N 
Shelhuriu' it Qud'hs 
Slielliurn<' A- CJueeiis 
Sheilintni! it (.^►ueens 
Shellinrne it t^ueeiis 
Shell)urne iV t^ueen.s 
King", X R 
Inverness, X S 
Inverness, 
Inverness, 
Cape Rreton, X S 
Sunliury iV <.,>''eens, X I 



Kings, X R 

Annapolis', X S 

NVeibtniorland, X R 

Westniorhinil, 

Kings, X R 

Kings, 

Kings, ., 

Prince Kit, P K I 

Variuoutli, X .s 

Shelhurneit <.itueens, X'S 

N'ietoria, X S 

N'ii'toria, ■• 

Richmond, N .S 

Hunt--, X S 

( Olchester, X S 

(Jolcliester, .> 

Vavmoiith, X S 

Hants, X '' 

Hants, M 

Hants, 

Cape Rreton, X .S 

I'rinee Kast, P K I 

Halifax. X S 

Cc.rlelon, X R 

Kent, X R 




()I4 



• <,|iu'('ii"^, N I: 

i: 

s 

11(1. N S 

I'. 

land, \ l; 
V- (,|iu'tMi.i, N I: 

»st, p 1-: I 
, xs 

N I! 

■land, N I: 



• iVr <,|ii('('iis, N 

• iV (.JlK (MlS 

• A' (,|ii('('ii.s 

• iV (^hifciis 

> it Queens 
, NS 



ton, N S 

\- <j>ieens, N 1; 

i; 

•», N S 
land, N i; 
land, X 

i: 



1st, r K I 
li, N s 

' it (jlneeiis, N" 
N S 

I. N S 
S 

r, N S 
r, .. 
1, X 8 



ton, X S 

ist, V !•; i 
X s 
X i; 




M8T OF POST OFFICES IX THE MARITIMK I'liOVINCES. 



Post Offices. I Elkctorai. Distukt. 



I ICentvillo, 

Koohan, 

KeiTowgan*, 

Kerry, 

Keswick Mouth of, 

Keswick Kidgc, 

Keswick llidno Centrul 

Kt>3wick llidye Upper, 

Keswick Upper, 

Ketch Harbor, 

Kewstoke, 

Kilburn, 

Kililore, 

Kildiui! Capes, 

Kikiare Station, 

Kilfoil, 

Kilkenny Lake, 

Kiilam's Milts 

\incardine, 

KingKl)oruu){h, 

Kingsburg Upper, 

Kingartli, 

KingroKS, 

Kingsbury, 

rKingHclear, 

Kingclear Central, 

Kingsley, 

' Kinj'sport, 

Kingston, 
' Kingston, 
Kingston North, 

Kingston Station, 
Kingston Village, 
Kingsville, 
Kinkoni, 
Kinrops, 
Kinsman's Coiner, 

Kin tore, 
kintore Cpper, 
Kiikhill, 
Kirkland, 
Kirkniount, 
Kirk wood, 
Knowlesviiie, 
Knowlesville South, 
Knoxford, 
Kno.xford Upper, 
Kiioydart, 
Kolbeck, 
tKonchil)OUguae, 
Kouehibouciiac Heaeli, 



Kings, N S 
Kings, X H 
Picton, N S 
Albert, X I? 
York, X 15 
York, 
York, IP 
York, 
York, M 
HaHfax, X S 
Inverness, X S 
Victoria, X I! 
Prince West, P i: I 
Prince West, 
Prince West. 
Carieton, N P> 
Cape IJretoii, X S 
Westmoreland, X I'. 
Victoria, X It 
King.M, P K I 
liUniu^nburg, X S 
York, N |{ 
Invernrss, X S 
Lunii(^ni)'.irg, X S 
York, X I! 
York, 
York, " 
Kings, X S 
Kent, X n 
Kings, . 
Kings, X S 
King.->, 
Kings, u 
1 Inverness, X S 
I Princ(! Kist, P I! I 
Queens Ivisi, 
, Kings, X S 
I Vi.'toria N l; 

Victoria, 
' Cumberluiid, X S 
i C'urletoii, N I'. 
I Pictou, N S 
Inverness. X S 
Carleton, X |i 
Carletou, 
Carleton, .. 

Carleton, 
Pictou, X S 
Cunil>erlanil, ?n S 
Kent, X I! 
Kent, n 



I'osT ( )rKI(I.S. 



Lui'oiiin, 

l.aluivo Kerry West, 

l.aliave Island, 

l.abave Lower, 

I,:diaM' Upper, 

l.aliave Cross Kiia<ls, 

I. ike .\iiislie ( "lia|iel, 

li;d<e .MiislielW'st Side) 

Lake .Vins'ii-dvistSide) 

Lake Ainslie (Stii Side) 

Lik-' .MiislieiW'si Side) 

Lake .Aiinis, 

L;ike P„.ker. 

Lakebiirii 

Lakeiiale, 

Lake ICgiiiiiiii, 

Lake ( M'orge, 

Lake ( Jeorge, 

Lake < leorge, 

Lakelands, 

Lake Law, 

Lake .Muiiice, 

Lake Paul. 

L:ike Itauihay, 

L,lke Hoi.l, 

I ike Siile, 

Like Stre.ini. 

Lii»eliii>, 

Lake Uisl, 

Lakevale, 

Likivale W.-t, 

Like N'elil, 

Lakeview, 

1. ikeview , 

Lak.'ville. 

Lak.'vill., 

Lakeville, 

Lakevilli Col I. el', 

Laniei|ih'. 

I.iii'lor, 

Liiiiliy. 

L'inds i'ilid. 

Laii'sv .lie, 

l/ingille's, 

Lans lowii, 

Laiisduwiic, 

Laos 'owiie 1 Idlel, 

Lant/, 

Lipliiiul. 



I'J.KCToItM. iMsTltHT. 



Lunneiiliuig, X S 
Liiiiiieiiliiirg, 

Lllllliellblllg, 
Liililieliliiir;.', .1 
l.iniiictiliurL:; " 

Llllllli'Iliilll LT, i' 

hivenie-is, N S 

illliriiess, 

I mciMe.ss, II 

I llVel 111 .>->, I' 

I n\ ernes-, 
Varinoutli. 
X'ietoria, X !'• 
\Ve.>-tinoilaiid, N i; 
< iiivslioiiiii^ii, .N .■~> 
Halifax, X S 

Vol-;., X I! 

Kini^s, N ,S 
^'aniuiiiili. N S 
Cuni'.ieilaii'l, N S 

lllXll IK S'-, N S 

.\niiapolis. 

Kings, X S 

Luniiinlpiirt;, N S 

Albert, N L 

N'urnioiitli, N S 

Kent, N !'■ 

Kent, 

iiiclimoii'I, '.N S 

.\iiti;;oiiislie, >.' S 

Antigonislie, 

(Jill ens Kail, P \'. I 

Snnbiiry .V (Ju(eiis, N I! 

Kings, "X S 

t 'arletoii, N r. 

King"-, N "^ 

Kings, P i: I 

Sliuiiury A- IJueelis, N It 

tllouccster. N It 

CoKliester. N S 

(Jloiii'i'.stcr, N It 

Kings, N It 

Cell better, .N S 
Luiineiiliui;.', N S 
('••ii'liiii, N It 
Digby. N S 
I'rinee lOasi, I' I', i 
Luniuiiburg, X S 
Lunehlii.rg. N S 



1. Ai. 
I.Ai 

Laiig Ni' 



lie\e.jl|. 
dulse. 



Ilieiiinoiid, 



Kiel 



inioiii 



Pictou, X S 



Oi 



M8T OK POST OKKICEH IN 


TIIK MAHITIMK I'UOVINCES. 


PoHT ( )KKICK.S. 


Kl-KCTOHAI. DiSTIlKT. 


Post Okkicks. 


El.KCTOKAb DiMTUn T. 


liftrry's Kivcr, 


(!nysliorouj;Ii, N S 


Lisuiore, 


Piotou, N S 


Ltittif'rt l?rook, 


Hants, N S 


LisKon, 


Kings, N Pi 


LauL'liiiii; VUuc. 


Kin;,'s, V K\ 


Littl» Krancli, 


Northund)erlnnd, N •'. 


liiiiu iiiii, 


Siinl)ury iV C^ueeiis, N l! 


J.ittle Itrook. 


Digl.y, N S 


Lawrence Stiitioii, 


Charlotte, N 1! 


LittN? I'.rook Station, 


Dighy, .. 


tliawieiieetown, 


Annapolis, N S 


liittle (!ape. 


Westmorland, N l> 


Liiwreiiretowii, 


Halifax. N H 


Little Chitticamp lliver 


Inverness, N S 


I/iwreiieetowii West, 


Halifax, 


Little Korks, 


Cumberland, " 


LUWHOII, 


JSunhnry A- tjueens, NIJ 


Little llarl.or. 


Kings, P K 1 


I<(;aiiiiii;{t(ii>, 


Cnmheilund, N 15 


Little Harlior, 


Piotou, N S 


Le<I;,'e. 


Chariot te, N L 


Little Lake, 


Sunbury A- (,|neens, N i'. 


L«'j,'er IJrook, 


W<'stmorelaml, N 15 


Littlo I'ond, 


Cape Itrefon, N S 


Lej;ere, 


Northumlierland, N l\ 


Little Pond, 


Kings, P H 1 


lipj^ere Conipr, 


Westmoreland, \ 1! 


Litth' llul^c 


Albert, N I'. 


Lefjei villi', 


Kent, N L 


l<iltle Uiv<'r, 


Sunbury it (.Queens, N K 


Lcic-ester Knst. 


Ciilid)erland, N S 


Little l{iv"r, 


Ciimlierland, N S 


Leicester ^Ve^t, 


Cumberland, .. 


Little Kiver, 


Digby, N S 


Leilclies ('reek, 


Cap(! Hreton, .. 


Little Sands, 


gueeiiH Last. P K I 


L itclie-t Cre.'k rpper 


Cape I'reton, n 


Littlewood, 


Shelburne A- (jbtee/is, N S 


Lennox Kerry, 


Kichmond, N S 


V Liverpool, 


Shelburne A'l,>ueens, 


F/'onanlville, 


Cliarlotte, N l: 


Li\ ini^stone Co\e, 


Antigonishe, N S 


tLepreiillX, 


Cliarlolle, „ 


i Loi'liaber, 


Antigonishe, m 


LepreHU Little, 


Cliarlotti', .. 


1 ociiid'er South, 


(iuysborough, n 


Lei(nille, 


Annapolis, N S 


Lochultcr West, 


AntigoniKhe, .i 


Lerwick, 


N'ictoria, N !'. 


Loclialier Lake North, 


Antigonishe. .. 


Letnn^', 


Charlotte, N it 


Loch iSan, 


Liverness, N S 


lietwooi'. 


l{esti;;oucl'e, N H 


i^)ch Lroom, 


Pittou, N S 


LiscoMilie West, 


(inysliorou^di, N S 


i,och licven, 


Inverness, N S 


L'Ktete, 


Cliarlotte, N 15 


Loch LomonI, 


St Jonn, N iJ 


Lewis r>iiy, 


Cupe Hreton, N S 


Loch Lomotid, 


Uichniond. N S 


L<'wis Head, 


Shelliurne.V (,|neen-',N.S 


Loch Loinoml Cp|icr, 


St John, N 1! 


l^'wis Millx, 


Hants, N S 


Loch Lomond West, 


liichmond, N S 


Lewis Mountain, 


We'^tmureland, N I! 


Lakeside, 


Kichmond, N S 


Lewis Mountain, 


Inverness, N S 


Luckport, 


Sbelburne^ A- <.^ueens, NS 


Luwihville, 


WeHlmort'land, N L 


Lockhartville, 


Kings, N S 


I^exinj^ton, 


Inverness, N S 


LiK'kr l{oad 


Prince Kast. 1' K I 


i^ily. 


Ccindierland, N S 


Logan N Tannery, 


I'ictoii, N S 


Lily l^uke, 


Kind's, N 1! 


Lo!{an\ ille. 


I'lotou, 


Lime Hill. 


Kint{s " 


Logjjieville, 


Northumlierland, N !'• 


Liin<- Hill, 


Imeriu'KS, N S 


Londonderry, 


Kings, N P 


Limekiln, 


V. ik, N It 


Londomlerry Station, 


( 'olchestiT, N S 


Linn' Hock. 


I'ic'nu, N S 


Lon^ Lciich, 


St. John, N 1! 


Lincoln, 


Snnliury iVr Querns, Nit 


Lon-,' I'-iacl), 


I),gl,y, N S 


|jn<()ln. 


gueen.s West, V \\ 1 


Lon;,''s Cove, 


Kings, N 1! 


Lindi n. 


Cu'iilierland, N S 


Loni( Criek. 


(JueenH West, 1' K I 


LimlsHv, 


Caileton, N L 


Long Creek, 


Sunbury A t^ueciis, Nl! 


1 1 'n^'an, 


Cape j'.i-cton, N S 


l.nn;,' Isl.md. 


Kings. ' N S 


Lin;{an Kcii<l, 


Cape Lreton, 


iiony Island Main, 


Ca|(o iircto'i, " 


Limon'n 


Sufilmry iV- t^ueenw, \ \\ 


\a)\ijj^ I'uiiit, 


lnvern«'SH, 


l^inwinnl. 


Ant'i;<»ni»iho, N S 


Loni( Point, 


Kings, \ I; 


j^i.'icoinl"', 


(iuyshonaigli, N 8 


Lon;; Iki-ai h. 


Kings, 


LiscoiiilH> Mills, 


tiMyHliorocixli, 


IjOU'^ l»i\er, 


l^iwns West, I' I'. I 



Ol() 



M- DiSTlth T. 



S 
it 

icrland, \ •'. 

S 

and, N I! 
X S 

I, ■• 
K I 

S 

(Queens, N I', 
oil, X S 

•: I 
i>. 

>: (.^ucciiH, X r. 

1(1, X s 

s 

ist, V !•; I 

A' IJiiocns, N s 

A'C,>iie('ii.s, 
lie, X S 

II', ,, 
iii;li, >i 
li'.', .. 
he. u 

, X s 

s 

, N « 

N n 

I. X s 
N I! 

I, X s 
I, X s 
) it (Queens, XS 

ist. I' i: I 
s 

H'rinii'l, N i> 
It 

•, X S 
X I! 

s 

i; 

'est, 1" i: I 

I- (^lu'fiis, X 1; 

X s 

(Ml, 

i: 

.-St. rill 



LIST OF I'OST OKKICKS IX 


TMK MAKiriMK I'HOVINCI 


>. 


Post Okkicks. 


Kl.KCTOUAI. DiSTItn T. 


Post <)i kicks. 


Ij.kctoiiai, Di.stuict. 


I.oii;; Sottlonient, 


Carleton, X W 


.Mc<'iniiiick, 


hiverness, X S 


l.iiiisdiile. 


Kings, 11 


-McDonald s Corner, 


Sunbury & Queens, N B 


1, lid's Oovo, 


Cburlottp, .. 


-McDonald's Point, 


Sunbury ife Queens, 


Liiriic, 


Kestigouclic, X r. 


MiDou-all Settlement, 


Westmoreland, 


l.dint', 


Fictou, X S 


MarDouy;all, 


Prince West, I' 1^. 1 


l,Miiicvalt.', 


Coicliester, X S 


.Mc(; inlay. 


Westmoreland, N B 


1,111 ii.nillc, 


C'unihcrltinil, ■- 


Modratli Mountain, 


Pictou, N S 


Lorraine Liltlc, 


Cape IJretOn, X S 


V Met; ray, 


ShoIburne\: Queens,NS 


l/nwiiv Mini's, 


Cape Breton. 


Mclntyre's Lake, 


Hichmond, N S 


I-nt 1,' 


Prince West, P K 1 


Mcliityres Mountain, 


Inv(;rne8s, 


Lnt 1, 


Prince West, 


McKay's Point, 


N'ictoria, 


l,oi 0, 


Pr'nce West, 


McKc.'s .Mills, 


Kent, X B 


l.ut S, 


Pruu-e West, 


McKcnzics Corner, 


Carleton, N B 


i,.t in. 


Prince We.st, 


McKinnon's Harbor, 


N'icloria, N S 


Lot 11, 


Prince West, 


.McKniuiil. 


Kings, N 15 


hot 12, 


Prince West, 


McLauj^jlilin Itoad, 


Kent, 


\.nt N, 


Prince West, 


McLpaii, 


Kent, M 


i/)t h;. 


Prince We.st, 


MfLeanvilli', 


Cajie Breton, N 8 


l/.t 30, 


Prince, Kist, 


Mt 1,1') Inn's lirook, 


Pictou, i« 


i,ot 35, 


Queen", Kast, 


.McLcUan's Mountain, 


Pictou. M 


l/it 40. 


King-', 


Mel, 'Hans Moiintn Sh 


Pictou, . 


I.i.t tH, 


QueenH, Kast, 


M.'Lcods Mills, 


Kent, N B 


Lot ."lO, 


Kings, 


McXabs Cove, 


Richmond, N S 


Lot 07, 


Prince, Kast, 


MeXairn, 


Kent, N B 


■ Louisbiirj,', 


Cape Breton, X S 


.McXaniee, 


Northumberland, X B 


LoiinU's, 


PictoH, 


McXeil's N'ale, 


Victoria, N S 


L'lMlt, 


Pictou. 


MeXutt's Island, 


Shelburnoit Queens, NS 


Ldwi'll, 


Albert, X B 


.Mcpherson, 


Antigonishe, N S 


L(jA'>r Hranoh, 


Lunenburg, X S 


McPliersons Kerry, 


Richmond, 


Lower ('ape. 


Albeit, X |{ 


.McPherson's Mills'. 


Pictou, 


L iwiT Cove, 


Cumberland, X H 


M.(,»uade, 


Westmoreland, X 'J 


Lower Hidge, 


Kings, X I'. 






LowiT River Hebert. 


Cumberland, X' S 


v.Mabou, 


Inverness, X S 


Lo- Mior, 


Pictou, 


.MaboM Coal Mines, 


lnvernes.s. 


i.)w Point, 


Inverness, 


Mabou Little, 


lnverneH.s, 


Lo/.icr *>ettlenu'nt. 


(tloucester, X 1! 


Mabou Harbor, 


Inverness, 


Lmllow. 


Xorthumberland, X I! 


Mabou ILulior Mouth. 


Inverness, 


: Lunenliurg, 


Lunenburg, X S 


Ma' on Xortli Cape, 


Inxerness, " 


Lut<. .ilonntain. 


Westmoreland, X 11 


.Mabou South West, 


lnvernes.s, 


1 .\d;,'at(', 


Shelburnci'i- Queins, NS 


.Mabou S W Upper, 


Invernesn, 


Lynda le, 


Kings, P i: 1 


iMao'ar-, 


Cumberland. \ S 


i-ynn. 


Colchester, X S 


.Maccan Lower. 


Cumberland, 


Lynnlield, 


Charlotte, X B 


Maie's Bay. 


Charlotte, N B 


i vttlftton, 


Northumberland, X B 


Ma. iiKpiac, 


York, 






Mackville, 


Kings, 


McAdani Junction, 


York, X B 


Ma' taipiack. 


York, 


McAdam'a Lake, 


Cap*' Breton, N "^ 


Ma lock. 


Ptmce West, P K 1 


M.AIIistcr, 


Kings, X P. 


.M;».»cr"s Cove, 


Lunenburg N S 


MoArraa Brook. 


Antigonishe, N S 


Miifiuguadavic, 


York, X B 


Mi'Aulay's 


Vi«ioriu, 


Ma;,'undy, 


York, 


M^Ca'-ljin Settletisent, 


Oolchester, 


' Muhonc Bay, 


Lunenburg, N S 


McUarthy, 


Halifax, 


Main a Dieu, 


CajM" nr»*ton, N S 



6i: 



LIST OK I'OST Ol'FU'liS IN TIIK MAIUTIMi: I'llOVIXCKH. 




Via' 



Post Okficks. 


Kl.KCTdllAL DiSTHK r. 


Post ()i-i'iri:s. 


Main Itiver, 


Kent, N P. 


Marshes, (West Hay) 


tMaitland, 


Hunts, N S 


MarshCiel.l, 


Maitlaiul, 


Annapolis, N S 


Mais Hill, 


Maitland Forkp, 


I'liiienbiir;,', ■< 


Marshy Hope, 


Maitlaiul South, 


Hants, >i 


Mariin. 


Malaga (iold Mines, 


Siielimnic it <.^iieens,NS 


M.iitiiis I'uiiit, 


Malaganli, 


C'un.l.erland, N 8 


Martin's l!i\er. 


Malagahli I'oint, 


Ciiniliciland, n 


Miiitiuk, 


Mala^iisli Upper, 


C'uinlierlaMd, n 


Mai\ in. 


Malaga watcli. 


lnvenH',-,s, .1 


M:.rvland New, 


Malignant <' ve. 


Anti^onislic, 


Maryvalv, 


Manchester .Middle, 


(!uysl(Oii)UL,'li, II 


Marysv illi', 


Manganese Mines, 


(Colchester, m 


Masf.HTni', 


Manners Siilton, 


York, N 1! 


Masstu\ii, 


Mannhurst, 


Kings, 11 


Matlic -on. 


Mansfield, 


("miilierlaiiil, N S 


M.itt .tall l,akr, 


Mansfield, 


Kin.-s, 1' K 1 


Mattii-, 


Manuels, 


Noriluinilierlainl, \ l! 


Man^erville, 


Maple (Jnen, 


llestigdiuiic. 


Maui,'* iville 1 'l)per, 


Map rove, 


Hants, N S 


>!,i\ill.Mt.', 


Mapii'iiurst, 


Carleton, \ I! 


Maylii'ld, 


Mapl' "iilge, 


York, 


Mrado.v, 


Mapli ton. 


Albert, 


Mradows, 


Mapleton, 


CunilHTlaiid, N S 


Mcadnus l!oid. 


Mapleton Must, 


Cuuil)erland, 


Meadowviiie, 


Maple View, 


Victoria, N 15 


Meighet'rt (iraiit, 


Ma'ilewood, 


York, 


Mi.i','!i(r' 'inint Lower, 


Maquapit Ltik;>, 


Sunburv .V (^>iie<iis, \ |i 


Miat ('()\e, 


Murb!e Monntain, 


hivernesH, N S 


Mechaliies' Si'llli'iiienl, 


Marchbank, 


Kit ;,'s, \ IJ 


Medford. 


Margaret) east. 


InvernesH, N S 


MiMllurd Ni.itli, 


Margareo Forks, 


hnerness. 


Ml ikietield, 


tAfurgarec liar hoc, 


Inverness, m 


Mii^i iici s. 


Margaree Island, 


ln\erness m 


.Meifoi.l, 


Margaree N.>rtli liast, 


Inverness, 


Mi'Irose, 


Margareo Tpper, 


Inwrness, 


Melriise, 


Margaree Soiitii \\'est, 


Invernos-, N S 


Mel\( 111 .-•|tiar<', 


Margaretf.ville, 


Aiinapoiis', ■■ 


Mel.iel, 


Margaretsville east, 


Annapolis, > 


! MeiiuauuDiik, 


Margate, 


Prinee K«st, " E | 


i Merigoiiiishe, 


Maria do Kiiit, 


Kent, N J{ 


M<'riL;oiiiish(' West 


Marie liri(lj,'f, 


Kings, P K I 


.Mtriiiaid I'liiii, 


Marie Josepli, 


Guysboro". n, N S 


;.Met. uliaii, 


Marion liridge, 


Ciipe llrctoii, N S 


.Mrtii>iiaii l\i\ir, 


Marion r>ridi{(! Koad, 


Cuiie llreton. 


Meti'i^han Slation, 


{Marklianiville, 


Kings, 


Mirliaiid, 


Markton, 


TiiveriH'ss, 11 


MiiliHi'boni , 


Marriott's ( !ove, 


Lunenburg, 


Miildbboro Norlli, 


Marsh, 


Pietou, 


Midtllilioro I'pper, 


Marsh Itrook, 


JnvernesH, m 


Middle I'.eaMr iiaiik. 


Marshall's Town, 


Digby, 


Middlr (."ape. 


Marshdalo, 


Pietou, II 


Middletield. 



Kl.KCTOIIAI. DlSTIMiT. 



M! 



InverncHs, N S 

<i)ueens Kast. V V. I 
f 'ai'Ieton, N I! 
Pietou, N S 
(,»iiiTns West, P I", I 
l.iiiienbiirg, N S 
LuiuMiburg, II 
Hants, n 

Kings, N jl 
York, 11 
Amigonishe, N S 
York, N H 
Charliitte, N I! 
('(.Ichester, N S 
\ ictoria, m 

Colrhesler, ■• 
iiuysliorough, N S 
Sunbiiry it Queens, 
Siiidiury it (i>iieeiis 
l>ii<by, N S 
Antii^oiiishe, N S 
Albert, X P. 
CharlolK!, N It 
Cape I'reton, N S 
Pietou, M 

Halifax, n 

Halifax, I 

\ i'.ioiia, II 

Kings, N |{ 
Kings. N S 
Kings, I. 
Pietou, •' 
Ian nburg, N S 
Inverness, ,< 
( iiiysborongh, .. 
Westmnrelaiid, N P> 
Annapolis, N S 
Albert, N ]\ 
Wesliiion land, N l> 
Pietou, N S 
Piitou, 
(j'weelis l-.ast, 
Digby, \ S 
higby, .. 
Digby, M 
Vietoria, N P. 
Cuiabi ■•t;iii(l, N S 
< 'tiiiilierhind. 1 
( 'iiinb<rlund, m 
Halifa ., 

('a]H; Proton, u 
Shelburne X- Queenn, N^ 



P !•: I 



rii.s 



LIST OK IMST OIKKES IN llli; MAItlTlMK l'ltO\ IN<KS. 



TOIIAI. DlSTlMCT. 



s I'liist. 1' i; I 

311. N I'. 

\ s 

H West, P !■; I 

'II r;.', N S 

N li 

iiislic, N S 

\ I! 

H«', X 1! 
•stcr, N S 

ia, H 

stiT, 

iiroiij^l), N S 
ry .t CJut'ciis, N|! 
ry it (i>iie('ii.s, 
\ S 

)riisli(', N S 

X I! 
^tt.., X It 
Itri'tori, N S 

I, 

,x, 

ill, .1 

X It 

N S 



hm-fi, X S 

less, II 
Drouj^li, II 

lorciiiiiii, X r> 

olis, X S 

, N n 

lOnlaiiH, X l! 

NS 

I Kast, V ]■: I 
X S 



», X I! 

•Iiuid, X S 
rhiiid. II 
iIuikI, m 
■ 1 'I 

reton, n 

•MC \- IVUtifltlH, N- 



I'liST OFriCKS. 



I'j.KiToii Ai. I)isri;n T, 



MiiMIc Itivi-r, 


N'iiloriii, X S 


Mi 1 lie Uivrr Lr Srtt't, 


\ irtoiin, 


MiMl.' Kivcr I'pr " 


\'icloriii, 


Mliliilc Kiv.T W Side, 


N'ifloria, 


; MiiMlctiin, 


Annaitolis, .. 


.Ml'illlctDII, 


Aniii,'onislic, X S 


Mi'lilh'ton, 


I'tiii.c \'.A>\, 1' K 1 


MhMlrton, 


W'cslinorland, X II 


Mhl-rll, 


Kiiifis, I' K 1 


Mill- II Mills, 


Kin;,'^ I' K 1 


Mi'l'.'ii' Station, 


\\'c.-,tinoil;»n.i, X l; 


MiiiLiiul, 


Kiii;,'s, X li 


Mnlvillc r.nui.li, 


liUiM'nliuri,'. N S 


Mi'luiiy, 


AU-nl, X 1! 


Milliiirn, 


Kiiij,'H, 1' i; 1 


Miitord, 


Aniiii|n)lis, X S 


.Mrinid, 


Si .lojin, X !'. 


Miliiiid lla\cn nridi,'c, 


( Iiiyslioronyli, X S 


Miit'iiid Station, 


llant.8, 


MilUsli, 


Kin-s, X 1! 


Millliunk. 


XortliiMnlicrlauil, X !'. 


Mill I'.rook, 


I'iclon, X S 


Mill iiiook, 


Suhliury \ i,Mit(iis, X 1! 


Mill Cov.', 


I.iini'nl nr::, X S 


Mill (Jove, 


SnnliMiy .V t^iuii'iis, X !'• 


Mill ("ovc, 


(^iirrns'lvi-t, 1' !■: 1 


Mill Crci'k, 


('apr llrctoi), X S 


Mlll.dXrvill.', 


St .loiiii, X r. 


Millers Itrook, 


Kiiif,'s, 


Mill.T'HOrcfk, 


limits, X S 


: Millcrton, 


Xoitluinilifrland, X !'. 


Mill Uivur, 


I'liliri. West. 1' K 1 


\! Koad, 


liUllflllMlIJi, X S 


Mill ft«-ltle'inciil, 


Siinliurv \- <^i't'n-. X I'. 


MilUtn-ain, 


Kiii-s, X i; 


Milistrcam llcuil ut' 


\\\u'j,->, 


Millslrcain I.owit, 


Kins;s, 


Miilsvillc, 


I'ieion, X S 


Milltown, 


riiarlottr, N r. 


Mi'liown. Cross, 


(^Mifi'iis i;a>t, r i: i 



\ll 



ul. 



(.•llCCIlS 



\V<-.st, 



Mill Vi«w, 
Mill VilliiK. 



< .hiccns Kast, 



Sl.rll 



•iiriic iV (,>iiciii- 



.xs 



vU 



M.li 

Millvill. 
Millvillc It 
:M 



Kini^s, X S 

Voik. X r. 



iiiil inlitni' 



a 



iltoll. 



'I' 



■ ictoi, 



X S 



She!! 



liriU' iV I llheMs 



\S 



Milton Nditli, 
Milton Station, 



(.MKI'IIS W'.sI. I' \' I 



I iMiini>j;iiHh, 
liiiasvill(> 



l^luri'll.s 
I'linet' 



W.St, 

West, 



.M 



llli'MllP, 



Hants, X S 
llalifAX, - 



I'nsT ( dl'IcKS. 



.Minoiiil, 
.Mineral Hill, 
.Mineral iliuk, 
Mink ( "ove, 
M imidie, 
M iia (iiit, 
.Miseoil ( 'entre, 
.M iseoiulie, 
Misc'ou Harlior, 
Misemi hiLilitlioiisp, 
Mi- •<•, 

Miteliell MiMT. 
Mi/oiiette. 
Moillelle. 
Monaiilian. 

'i Mnneloll. 

Moni'ton Itnad, 

Monk's Head 

.MoiM|iiart, 

1 .Montai,'ue iiridge, 

Montui,'tie ( 'ross, 

.Montai,'Ue ( iold Mines, 

Montague i.owci-, 

Montiecllo, 

Montrose, 

MontiDsc 

Moniiiiicnt Siltleiiient, 

Moore's Mills, 

Moose jtrook, 

Mofistiluul, 

Moose Itiver, 

Moose l;i\er. 

Mooe lli\ (!o|d Mines, 

Moraii, 

Moiar. 

.Moreaiiilic, 

Mordeii, 

Moreliousc, 

Moiiell Rear, 

Morrell Station, 



M 



orland South, 



Morristown, 



Ml 



irristown, 



Morton's Corner, 
M 



OfMU), 

oser s 



M 
Mod 



River, 



lei s ( orner. 



osner\ llle 

(Urn, 



M 
M. 

Mossman's (iraiit, 

Monl 

M 



le S l!l\er, 



l''l.K( TOIIAI. Dl.sTlsiCT. 



Cailcton, N It 

AIlH-rt, 

(.'ape Itreton, X S 

Cuinlieriand, ■< 
('ape Hietoii, h 
(iloiicestcr, X It 
I'rinee Kust, I' K I 
(lloiu'cs'cr, N It 

( Iloiuester, I 
St .lollll, 

Kin-s, 1' K I 

( Jloiieesler, X II 
Annapolis, X S 
t.linelH Kiist, 1' \'. I 
NVe.stniorelaiid, X I! 
\\'eslin()ri''aiid, 
.\nti<;onislii', X S 
Carleton, X II 
Kiii^H, I' I'! I 
linens Kiist, P I', I 
Halifax, X S 
Kiii;,'.s, P K I 
Kin','s, 

IVince West. P h; I 
Coleln'ster, N S 
Oarletoii, X It 
Cliarlolte. • 
Hants. X S 
Halifax, X S 

PietoU, ■< 

Cum! rlaiid, N H 
Halifax, •< 

X»Mlhuinl)er!i\nd, N It 
Anlit^onialie, X S 
Kings, X r> 
Kin;;.s, X S 
Xortluiniljerland. X It 
Kinf,'s, P K I 
Kin;,'s, 



( Mtyslioroni^'li, N' S 

. Antij^jonislie, •< 

Kiiii^s, II 

l.unonliiirj,', '< 

.\ntigonislH', n 

llalifux, i< 



Annaj 
Hants, 
Ain^'s, 



inlis, 



X It 



oiintain l>ri 



roo|(. 



l.iinenliiirfj, X S 
Kent, X It 
|{('stij,'oueln,', N H 



\ 



(m 



flPTI 



i,IHT OK POST Oft-If'KS IN TlIK MAHITIMK PUOVIXCKH. 




Post f )KFirKH. 



Mountain Road, 
Mount Albion, 
Mount Huchanan, 
Mount Cussack, 
Mouut Donison, 
Mount Hanley, 
Mount Hebron, 
Mount Herbert, 
Mount Hope, 
Mount Middletoii, 
Mount Pisgali, 
Mount Pleasant, 
Mount Pleasant, 
Mount Pleasant, 
Mount llyan, 
tMount Stewart, 
Mount Tliom J^ower, 
Mount Thotu Settl'int, 
Mount Uniocke, 
Mount View, 
Mountville, 
Mountville, 
Mount Whfttty, 
Mount Youn;,', 
Muddy Creek, 
Mull River, 
Munroo's Rridge, 
Murchyville, 
Murphy, 
Murray Cornar, 
Murray Harbor, N, 
Murray Harbor Road, 
tMurray Harbor, S, 
Murray River, 
Murray Road, 
Mus(]uaRli, 
MusquasI) Little, 
Muscjuodoboit Harbor, 
Mu8(|Uodoboit Middle, 
MusquodoboiC Riv Lit, 
Musquodoboit Upper, 

Nackawick, 
Nail Pond 
Nbppa!), 
Nappan Lower, 
Nappan Htation, 
t Narrows, 
Nai'rows (Srand, 
Narrows Grand Rear, 
Narrows Tiittle, 
Nashwaak, 



ICf.W'TOllAI, DiMTIlU'T. 



Pictou, N S 
Queens Kiist, P !•! I 
•Queens ICasI, ■■ 
Cap<! Breton, N S 
Hants, M 

Annupoliw, '• 
Kings, N 15 
QueeiiH Kast, 1* I', I 
Kings, 
Kings, N U 
Kings, M 
Prinoe West, V V. I 
Cumberland, N S 
Carleton, N W 
Queens Kiist, P K I 
Queens Ennt, 
Pictou, N S 
Pictou, 
Hants, >' 
Westinore'und, N I? 
Albert, n 

Pictou, N S 
Westmoreland, N l! 
IiivernesH, N S 
Prince East, P l-^ I 
Invernt-ss, N S 
Inverness, m 
Halifax, 
Inverness, 

Westmoreland, N l> 
Queens East, P E I 
Queens East, 
Queens East, 
Queens Eiust, 
Westmoreland, N I! 
St John, N V, 
St John, >■ 
Halifax. N S 
Halifax, 
Halifax, m 
Halifax, >< 

York, N li 
Prince West, V 111 
f'umberland, N S 
Northumborland, N I 
Cumberland, N S 
Sunbury iV Queens, N 
Cape llM'ton, N S 
Victoria, N S 
Victoria, •> 
York, N H 



Post Okkk.ks. 



Nasliwauk Rriilge, 

Nashwaak Vil!a<.'e, 

Nasliwaaksis, 

NuKonworth, 

Nuuwig(!wauk, 

Nccum 'I'l ucit, 

N.'^'iiiic, 

Nf;,'uuc rpper, 

Nfil's llaibor. 

Nelson I {('Serve, 

Nflson South, 

Nelson |{oad South, 

Nelson rpper, 

Neri'i)is Station, 

Nt!W Acadiv, 

New Annan, 

New Annan Centra', 

New Annan ICast, 

New Annan West, 

New Argyh', 

New Handon 

New itoston, 

Newbridge South, 

Newburg, 

Newbiirg Junction, 

Newbuni, 

tNewrjistle, 

Newcastle Rridgc, 

NewcK'-tle ( 'reek, 

Newcastli' Lower, 

N(!Wcomb, 

Newcomb C'orner, 

New dominion, 

Newdy Qnoddy West, 

NewelltoM, 

New Ivlinbnrgh, 

New KIni, 

New France, 

New (ii(ii'loei{, 

N(!w Ola^gow, 

(New (i|as<,'ow, 

New (irafton, 

New Harbf)!', 

Niw Han is, 

New Haven, 

New Haven, 

New .lenisaleni, 

New l^ondon, 

Newmarket, 

:Ne.v Mills, 

New Minus, 

Nf^w Perth, 



Electoral Dirtiiut 



York, N H 

York, t. 

York, M 

York, It 

Kings, N B 

Halifax, N S 

Northumberland, N 11 

Northumberland, 

Victoria, N S 

Northumberland, N H 

Northumberland, 

North unjberland, 

Northumberland, 

King.^, N H 

Kings, P E I 
I Prince East, P E I 
; Colchester, N S 

Colchester, " 

Colchester, n 

Queens West, P E I 
I (jlloucrster, N R 
I Cape lireton, N S 

Carleton, N B 
j Carleton, << 

Carleton, « 

Lunenburg, N S 

Northumberland, N li 
I Sunbury it Queens, N H 

Sunbury «k Queo a, ■ 

Northumberland, 

Lunenburg, N S 

Halifax, N S 

Queens VVest, P E I 

Halifax, N S 

Shelburne A' Queens, N'S 

l)igl>y, N S 

Lunenburg, N S 

Antigonishe, » 

Pictou, N S 

Queens West, P E 1 

Pictou, N S 

She' burnetb Queens, N.S 

GnyHborougJi, N S 

Victoria, N S 

Qiiet-ns West, P E I 

Victoria, N S 

Sunbury it Queens, N B 

Queens West. P E I 

N'ork, N n 

Restigouche, N B 

Kings, N H 

Kings, P E I 



(t20 



M8T OF I'OST OKKICKS IN TIIK MAUITIMK JMIOVINCES, 



TORAI- DlSTIIICT. 



I'OHT OfPH'KH. 



N h 



N R 

X, N H 

umberhiiul, N IS 

iimbci'land, •, 

ia, NS 

iimberlamJ, N H 

umberland, 

uinberlan'i, « 

uinberland, <> 

<, N H 

', PE I 

u Eiuit, P E I 

ester, N S 

ester, n 

ester, n 

iH West, P E 1 

ester, N U 

llreton, N S 

ton, N B 

ton, M 

tin, II 

nburg, N S 

iiimberland, N li 

nry it Queens, N H 

ury ik Quee s, ■■ 

lunibcrland, 

jburg, N S 

ax, N S 

18 West, P E I 

*x, N S 

urnotS: Queens, NS 

', NH 

iburg, N S 

onUlie, II 

J. N S 

iH West, P E I 

1, N S ■ 

urneA Queens, NS 

)orougli, N S 

ria, N S 

IS West, P E I 

ria, N S 

iry it Queens, N H 

8 West, P E I 

N II 

[ouche, N li 
, NS 
,PEI 



t Newport, 

Newport, 

Newport Corner, 

tN'wport Landing, 

Nt'wport Station, 

Newport Upper, 

New Uivr Milla, 

fNcw Ho>N 

New Uo88 Road, 

New Salem, 

New Scotland, 

Newton, 

Newton Cross, 

Newton Mills, 

Newton West, 

Newtonville, 

Newtown, 

Newtown, 

New TuBket, 

tNcw Victoria, 

Nrwville, 

Ni'W Wiltshire, 

New Zealand, 

New Zion, 

Niciioilsville, 

Nictau, 

Nictau Falls, 

Nictau West, 

Ni;,'ado, 

Nine Mile Creek, 

Nino Mile River, 

Nino Mile River U|), 

Nixon, 

tNoel, 

Noel Hoad, 

Noel Shore, 

Norborough, 

North Ainslie, 

Northani, 

Northampton, 

North East Harlwr, 

Noith Eak Ruoui, 

Northfield, 

North 6eld, 

Northfield Lower, 

North Grant, 

North Gut, St Ann's, 

North Intervale, 

North Lake, 

North I^ke, 

North Mountain, 

i Northport, 



ICl.Kl'TOKAI. |)|STIil( T. 



Hants, N S 
Kings, P K I 
Hants, N S 
Hant-, I 
Hants, 
Hants, 

Charlotte, N H 
Lunenburg, N S 
Kings, N S 
('uinberland, N S 
Westmoreland, N l! 
Prince Kast, V K I 
Queens Kast, 
Colchester, N S 
Prince East, P E I 
King-i, N S 
(luysborougli, N S 
Kings, N I! 
Digby, N S 
Cape Breton, N S 
(.'uml)erlan(l, 
Queens West, V E I 
Kings, P E I 
Sunbury S: (i>ucoiis, N IS 
Kings, N S 
Victoria, N IS 
Atiiuipolis, N S 
Annapolis, 
(Jloucester, N I! 
Quec'us West, P hi I 
Hants, N S 
Hiiiits^ N S 
Albert, N B 
Hants, N S 
Hants, II 
Hants, 

Prince Eiist, P lO I 
Inverness, N S 
Prince West, 1' I'. I 
Carlelon, N 15 
Shelburne A' <i>ueens, NS 
Northunilicrland, N IS 
Sunl)ury A- (Juccns.X H 
Lunenliurg, N S 
Lunenburg, 
Antigonishe, N S 
Victoria, n 

(lUysborougli, n 
King.-., P I-: I 
York, N IS 
Kings, N S 
Cumberland, N S 



Post Okkicks. 



North Range Corner, 
North River, 
North l{iver. 
North River ISridge, 
North Kivcr Centre, 
North River I'latforni, 
Nortii River Upper, 
North Rustico, 
North St Eleanors, 
North Shore, 
North Shore, 
t North Sydney, 
North Tay, 
Northville, 
North West, 
North West Ann, 
North West Bridge, 
North W<'st Cove, 
Noith West Harbor, 
Noiton, 

Norton Central, 
Norton Dale, 
t Norton Station, 
Norwood, 
Notre Dame, 
Nuttby, 
Nyan/a, 

Oak Buy, 

Oakl'ielii, 

Oakhan), 

Oak Hill, 

Oaklanl, 

Oakland, 

Oak Park, 

tOak Point, 

Odktown, 

Oakvilln, 

( Mian, 

Odin, 

< jrd. II, 

Ogilvie, 

Ohio, 

Ohio Lower, 

( »liio Middle, 

Ohio South, 

Ohio Upper, 

I Old Bams, 

( Md Bridgeport Mines, 

Oidliani, 

( I'Liary Road, 

OLeary Station, 



Ei.ECTOKAI. DiHTUICT. 



Digby, N S 
Queens West, P E I 
Colchester, N S 
Victoria, n 
Victoria, n 
Westmoreland, N B 
Colchester, N S 
Queens ICast, P E I 
Prince East, u 
Cumberland, N S 
Victoria, u 

Capo Breton, m 
York, N B 
Kings, N S 
Lunenburg, N S 
Cape Breton, m 
Northumberland, N B 
Lunenburg, N S 
Shelburnei Qu6ens,NS 
Kings, N B 
Kings, 

York, .1 ' 
Kings, .. 
Varnioutli, N S 
Kent, N 15 
Colchester, N S 
Victoria, n 

Charlotte. N B 
Hal fax, N S 
Sunbury it Queens, N B 
Charlotte, N iS 
Carletou n 
Lunenburg, N S 
Shelburne A Queens, NS 
Kings, N IS 
Carleton, N B 
Carleton, n 
Richmond, N S 
Colchester, N S 
Guysborough, N S 
Kings, M 

Antigonishe, << 
Shelburne ik Queens,NS 
Shelburne it Qneens,NS 
Yarmouth, N S 
Shelburne it Queens, NS 
Colchester, N S 
Cape Breton, N S 
Halifax, n 

Prince West, P E 1 
Prince West, n 



(Ml 



LIMT OK ruKr iiH^|if> IN TIIK MAItlTIMI. I'llnV INCKB. 



P(»sT Okkickh. 



El.K.i TitKM. PisTllK T. 



Olinvilh', 

Olivor, 

O'Npil, 

( MihIow Criilral, 

< )iih1ow LoWtT, 
OmhIonv Mounluiii, 
( )iihI()s\ Sliitioii, 

( >raiif,'f(lalf, 

'. ( Jromorto, 

Ortonvillf, 

Orwfll, 

( )rw('ll Cove, 

'OHHtjkcilf,', 

OHtroa l>tik(>, 

< (tiiiilio^ U|i|"'r, 

( Mitor Island, I't llooil 
niitrain, 

< )vorton, 

< )wrH llcftd lliirluir, 
fOxfonl, 

Oxford .Tuiiitioii, 
Oyster l!rd Itrid^c, 
( )y8tor I'oiuls, 

I'luliloik, 

I'uiiiHt'c, 

I'liliiH-r Koiid, 

Pacjiictvillf, 

I'aiailiKc 1 ,()s(, 

I'an-iils, 

I'lirk ( orncr, 

I'arker'H (,'ovc, 

Parkers Kidfje, 

I 'ark's Creek, 

I'urlee Settli'liienl, 

! I'arrslioro', 

I'arrsboro' SIkmp, 

I'uHsekeaj,', 

Patterson Seltlenieiit, 

l'ayn«» Settlenieiil, 

I'eako Station, 

I'eiii son's, 

".Vol, 

I 'eel rpper, 

I'egfry'sC.'ovo, 

IVlletier Mills, 

Peinltroke, 

i'eniliroke, 

Tendiroke Shore, 

Peniae, 

Pennant, 

Pennlielil, 



Snnliiiry A" <,lneens, \ 

(.'ol.-lirshT, N S 

WeHtniorelaiid, N !'• 

Coleliesler, N S 

(Jdlfliester, •■ 

t'oleliester, .> 

(Jolcliester, M 

IiiNerness, 

Siinliiiiy .V <j>iiiTiis, \ 
i N'ittoria, N I! 
jgii IS llast, P !■: I 

«,»iieeiis Kiist, •! 

K in^H, N I! 

Halifax, N S 

Snidniry .V Qinrns, N 
, Inverness, N S 

AnnajMilis, 

Yarmouth, .. 

I! difiix, 
! ('iindierland, 
I < 'iiinlirrland ' 
'\>neens KmsI, I' i', I 
; (iuysliortmfjli, N S 



p. 



Kinj{s, N I; 



N P. 



W'lslhiorelaiKi, .> 1 1 

Prinre West. 1' i; 1 

( ilniiiester, N 11 

Ann«|iolis, N S 

N'iitoriii, N !• 

<,»iieens West, P K I 

Aimai'oiis, N S 

York, N I! 

l.iiiienliniL.', N S 

Kind's, N II 

( 'nniberland, \ S 

( 'undiirlund, <t 

Kin;,'s, N P. 

Siinl)ury .t (Queens, N 

N'ietoriii, N It 

Kini^s, P I", I 

Kind's, N It 

('arletoii, N II 

( 'arlet in, 

Halifax, N S 
; \ietoriii, N P. 

Hunts, \ S 
Carleton, N l! 

Yarnioulli, N S 

York, N li 

Halifax, N S 
it'liarlotte, \ It 



I'.isT Oh'KM'KH. 



Pennfield renin-, 
PennliMld lti<l;{'-, 
i Penoli!i<|ii's, 
Peiianx l'|i|H'r, 
Perm I Seti lenient. 
Perry Heitlenient, 
Pi irv's Point, 
Prrlii, 

I'rilli Oeiitle. 

Piter's Itroiik, 
Peter's .Milln, 
peters lliiail, 
Petels\ilie, 

i'etersvilli' Cliiinli, 

Pe'.rville, 

I Petltendiae, 

IVtit K.peher, 

petite d( (itat IJrid^'e, 

Petite l/ini< t|ne, 

p. tit.' |{i\ier<' l;iid;;e, 

Pet|ies\Ni(k llarlinr, 

i I'll ton, 

Pii toil Islanil, 

Pii't> n l.iindir).', 

PiedMi |!<>ud, 

Picilniniii \'alley, 

Pii l^tnn, 

Pini'iluic, 
Pine kiddie, 
Pinette, 
line Tree, 
Pine Vale, 
Pioneer, , 

Pi| 1 r H ( 'i>\ e, 
Pirate llarlxir, 
Pifariin o, 
Plsariniii West, 
PiMjiiid, 
i'is<|nid Itoad, 
Pililier's l''ai in, 

PlllS\ lile, 

Pinsville (Station, 
Pl.inliel.l, 
Plaisltr Mines, 
Pleasant Itay, 
P'easant ( Iro\e, 
! ieasant I Ini liur, 

I'leas.iht Hill:., 

Pleasant l.nke, 

Pleasant Point, 

Pleasant Uidi^e, 

Pleasant PiviM', 



I'j.Kf'ToltAI. DifillihT. 



Ciiarlotte, Nil 
('harlot le, M 
Kin^M, N It 
Kin«H, N S 
AnnapoliH, N S 
Kinj^s, N P> 
Kin^N, 

N'ietorin, N It 
N'ictoria, <> 
Viutorin, N H 
Kent, N It 
(.hieens, l",ast, ]• K I 
Sunlairy A tjMieeuM, N li 
Sunliurv A' t/ueens, 
Prinee'We,t, P K I 
Westmoreland, N P 
( Jlonei'Kter, N It 
lUeliinond, N S 
(lloneester, N It 
l.nnenliur^, N S 
Halifax, N S 
I'ieion, 
Piitou, •■ 
Pietou, 

(•nyslioiou;;h, \ S 
Pieton, N S 
Kin«s. .. 
Antii{on'wlip, N S 
Kent, N It 
t^iieens I'.asI, P K I 
Pietou, N S 
Anti>,'onislie, N S 
I'arlel.m, N P. 
('a|ie itntiin, N S 
<lUVKllUloll^ll, " 
St .John, N It 
St .lohn, 

(i»neeas Kast, P E I 
(Queens Kast, .> 
Aiiti;,'onislie, N S 
Prinee West, P E I 
Prinen West, << 
I'i.loii, N S 
N'ictoria, • 
inserness, \ S 
<>>m'ens Kast, P K I 
Halifax, N S 
Coielii'ster. N S 
Nu'inoutli, M 
Halifax, 
Cliarlolte, N It 
Slie|liiirneiVt^Ui.en8, Is's 



'I.'.' 



MRT OK r<mr okkkkm i.v tiii; maihtimk i-iioviSfM. 



•••IIAI. Dl.viniiT. 



t<', Nil 

I.., .. 
\ r. 
\ s 

olin, N S 

N II 

11, N II 

II, N S 
\ I! 

liuht, J' i; I 

y A <^ur(.|iH, N I! 

V A- (^IICCIIH, 

■\Vi ^t, I' i: I 

oroliiiid, N I; 
Htn-, N I! 
h.l. N .S 
sirr, N It 

'"•«, N S 
V, N S 



N S 

m'mIip, N S 
N I! 

i luihi, I' i: I 

N S 

iiisJH'. \ S 
II, N It 
iitdii, N S 
ioiikIi, .. 
1, N It 

Ku^t, I' i: I 

Kiisf, 

ii->lir, N S 

N\.st, I' i: I 

N S 

I, M 

HH, \ S 

K.isi, I' i; I 

, N S 
Ut. N S 

th, .. 

!o. N IJ 
iinil-QucHiiH, N> 



i'OMT OJKICKH. 



'!< .(--Hilt N'liif, 

'li .Mint N'lilli'y, 

'lii'iint \'»lli'y, 

'i.il^allt N'aljf'y, 

'llllllUl'HUt'p, 

'In iiioiitli, 

'Is IIKIIllll, 

'JMiHiiitli lt()a<l, 

'In iiitDii, 

'(» lilii^iiii, 

'iM kiiioiK'lic, 

'iM kmoucli.' l'|>|ntr, 

'ii. kshaw, 

'iiitit Aconi, 

'iiiiit an Car, 

'nillt CliMir, 

'(illll ('|-OSH, 
'iilllt l']i|\VUIll, 

'iiini KHi'iiiiiinac, 
'oiht Li NiiM, 
'oil, I .Mciliiuitl, 
'iiiht (if ( 'ape, 
'oiiit I'riiii, 

'nlllt Stjiill, 

'"lilt rii('|i('r, 

'ollll Wolff, 

'ullltH (It* lllltf, 

'niiitr ili< Itllto U|i|irr, 

'■liitr (ill Clicnc, 

'uiriiT, 

'..lint ItiviT, 

' llrylllllHi, 

'•'iiicioy Hiijj^i', 

'"lll>|Ult ('lllllM'j, 

'oll.U, 

' liiii-, 

'"I"' s I lailidi, 

''tli»- Hill. 

'"'luock, 

'"i|ini.'k Lower, 

'"li »;,'(• lli\or, 

'"iiii|iii|uc, 

'oriii|)ii|in» Moiiiitttiii, 

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AilMTt, N It 
DiKhy, N S 
I'iftdii, 

Yniiiiiiiitli, N .S 
Kiiij,'t, N II 
N'uriii'ditli, N S 
('arjctiin, N It 
I'iiMou, N S 
Diyl.y, N S 
(!!iut'|iillf, N 1. 

(ii()iiii'«tri\ N r. 

( iloilrrstiT, 

( limici-httT, •> 

('api' r.ii Inn, N S 
NoitliiiiiilMTliuiil, N I: 
Virtoriii, N S 

FllNlTIII'SH 

('il|pr llrt'toil, N s 
Noi tliuiiilMTiuiul, N II 

lli'stiu'ollrlii', N r. 

Iti. Ill Ill, N S 

.\ii(iK"iii>*li'', " 

(.hlrrim Dust, I' i; I 

Kihi, N II 
lti"liiiiiiii<l, \ S 

.MiiiTi, N i; 

N\ rstllliirrlilliil, N l'> 
W'csiiiiiinlMiiii, N \'i 

\^'l•^llll()|■|■l^lllll, N I'' 

Ki'iil, '< 

W'cilliK.rrliillil, 

Suiilmrv iV i,iiitii;s, N It 
'■' ' .t'tr, N it 



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ri.t.pii, N S 
Kin-N N r. 
llulilMx, N S 

I'icloll, 

York, N It 
Vi.rk, .. 
Niirtiiiiinliii'lainl, 
( 'c.'.liihlir, N S 
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Virtoriii, 
Ca|ii' Ifn toll, 
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Wcsiiii'in IuihI, N Ii 
Ht .Idliii, 
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Port IlilifoKJ, 

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I I'm I I loNVr, 

I'ort .loli, 

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I'oll L llrlM'rl K Sidr, 

1 I'ori l,oiiii', 

' I'ori .Miiitlaiiil, 

I'oit Mlllroin, 

; I'm I MrdNvay, 
I'nrl Midway l';a>t, 
i I'mt Morini, 
i I'oii Moiiloii, 

I'.ilt Mollldll S tllNVCHt, 

'' I'oit M\il;,'iaM', 

I'ori Miilitr.ivc .Station, 

rorion, 

I'ori I'liilip, 

I'mt liiclinioiid, 

I'm I lIoNal, 

I'orl ."^iixoii, 

l'oitii;,'Ui'.sn Covi', 

'< I'liri Williaiiis, 

I'mt \\ illiaiiiN Station, 

l'mil:iiii<>iiil, 

I'.iNNcr'-t Ciri'k, 

I'oNN mill, 

I'll' d III liaut, 

l'ri-,ti)ii, 

I'rihton Koad, 

I'rii rlmrj,', 

I'rinri- .Ml.irt, 

I'liiiri' of Wales, 

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AiiiiapoliH, N S 
Cninliirlaixl, h 
ln\iiin'SK, N iS 

IllNlTllfKH >i 

Vihuv WfHt, I' K I 
( !iiyslidioiii,'li, N .S 

IllNl'liH'SH, .1 

IllVcrilCHH, II 

( 'iiiiil'irlaiid, M 
Slielliiiriii' iV i^iirona, NS 
St. .Joliii, N |{ 
SliilliiiriHi iV <^ur«'nH, NS 
Sill |liiirim\- tJiu'onH, << 
.'«lnlliiirn(' iV C^iifcnH, n 
Aiiiiii|ioliH, N S 
\ iirnidiitli, II 
Itii liiiidnd, >i 
SlitH.iirnit.t (,»ui«'im, NH 
SIkIIhii lie \- l^iicoiiH, N.S 
(■ii|ie llr«'tdii, N S 
i,iiii I'll--, 

Slii'lliiirni' A' (Vni'oiiM, NS 
( IiivHliordimli, N S 

(■U\ MllOldll^ll, M 

I'arl.-lon, N H 
('iind'iiland, N S 
Itii'liiiiond, I 
l!i( linii ml, II 
SlulliiirMc it iJueohN, NS 
Halifax. N S 

KiiiK«, 

Lirlinidud, N S 
Vi.to ia, N H 
(.iii.ci H Knst, I' K i 
W'l htiiior»'land, N It 
Halifax, N S 
Halifax, 
N'irtoiia, N It 
Annapolis, N S 
St .lolm, N II 
ColihcHtcr, N S 
I'riiui- Last, 1' E I 
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York, " 

York, I. 

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THE MARITIME PROVINCES. 


Post Offices. 


El,K(TOU.\r. Dl.STHK'T. 


Post Offices, 


Ei.ECTonAL District. 


Public Landinn;, 


Kings, N 15 


Reynolds, 


Northumberland, N B 


Pubnico Beach, 


Shelburne & Queens, XS 


Rhode's Corner, 


Lunenburg, N S 


tPubnico Harbor, 


Yarmoutli, N S 


llichardville. 


Kent, N B 


Pubnico East Side, 


Yarmouth, i. 


tRicliibujto, 


Kent, M 


Pubnico East Lower, 


Yarmouth, n 


llichibucto Village, 


Kent, M 


tPubnico Harbor, 


Yarmouth, << 


t Richmond Corner, 


Carleton, N B 


Pubnico West Lower, 


Yarmouth, 


Rigeton Settlement, 


Charlotte, n 


Puellering, 


Kent, N J} 


Riley Riook, 


Victoria, N B 


t Pug wash, 


Cumberland, N S 


Riordan, 


Gloucester, N B 


Pugwash River, 


Cumberland, m 


Ritcey's Cove, 


Lunenburg, N S 


Pugwash Upper, 


Cumberland, u 


Riverbank, 


Carleton, N B 


Purlbrook, 


Antigonishe, N S 


t River Bourgeois, 


Richmond, N S 






t River Charlo, 


Restigouche, N B 


Quaco Road, 


St John, N ]i 


Riverdale, 


Digby, N S 


Quaco West, 


St. John, M 


Riverdale, 


Prince East, P E I 


Queensbury, 


York, N B 


River deChute, 


Victoria, N B 


Queensbury Lowei-, 


York, „ 


River Dennis, 


Inverness, N S 


Queensbury Lower line. 


York, M 


River Dennis Basin SS, 


Inverness, « 


Queensbury Upper, 


York, u 


River Dennis Centre, 


Inverness, « 


Queenstown, 


Sunbury tS: Queens, NB 


River Dennis Road, 


Inverness, i' 


Queensville, 


Inverness, N S 


River Dennis Station, 


Inverness, « 


Queensville, 


Kings, N B 


River Dennis Upper, 


Inverness, m 


Quinan, 


Yarmouth, N S 


River Hebert, 


Cumberland, N S 


Quisibus, 


Victoria, N B 


River Hebert Road, 


Cumberland, >< 


Quispamsis, 


Kings, N Ji 


River Hebert West, 


Cumberland, N S 






River Hebert Rend, 


Cumberland, u 


Ragged Head, 


Guysl)oroui,di, N S 


River Inhabitants Lwr, 


Richmond, N S 


Ragged Islands, E side, 


Shelburne it Queens, NS 


t River John, 


Pictou, N S 


Ramsay, 


Colchester, N S 


River John Road, 


Colchester, N S 


Randolph, 


St John, N B 


River John West, 


Pictou, N S 


Range Corner North, 


Digby, N S 


^ Uivcr L ,uison, 


Restigouche, N B 


Papide de Femine, 


Victoria, N H 


River Philip, 


Cumberland, N S 


Ratter's Corner, 


Kings, N J 5 


Rivcradale, 


Colchester, N S 


Rawdon, 


Hants, N S 


Riverside, 


Albert, N B 


Rawdon Gold Mines, 


Hants, M 


Riverside, 


Inverness, N S 


Rawdon South, 


Hants, M 


]{iversiiJe Corner, 


Hants, N S 


Rawdon Upper, 


Hants', " 


Rivervievv, 


Albert, N B 


Read, 


Westmorland, N I> 


Riviere des Caches, 


Northumberland, N T^ 


Red Bank, 


Northumberland, N 15 


Rivulet, 


Invernesp, N S 


Red Head, 


St John, N !'. 


Roach \'ale, 


Guysborough, N S 


Red House, 


Kings, P E I 


Robertson, 


Kings, N B 


Red Islands, 


Richmond, N S 


Robertson's Point, 


Sunbury &, Queens, NB 


Red Point, 


Kings, P E I 


]{obertville. 


Gloucester, N B 


Red Rapids, 


Victoria, N B 


tRobichaud, 


Westmorland, N 15 


Red Rapids Bridge, 


Victoria, » 


Robinson's Corners, 


Lunenburg, N S 


Reed's Point, 


Kings, N B 


Robinsonville, 


Restigouche, N B 


Reid\ray, 


Pictou, N S 


Robins, 


Richmond, N S 


Renaud's Mills, 


Kent, N B 


Rocher l^ittle, 


Albert, N B 


Renfrew, 


Hants, N S 


Rock Barra, 


Kings, PET 


Renous Bridge, 


Northumberland, N 15 


Rockdale, 


Richmond, N S 


Renous South, 


Northumberland, 


Rockingham, 


Yarmouth, N S 


Reynard ton, 


Yarmouth, N S 


Rockingham Station, 


Halifax, N S 



124 



LIST OE POST OFFICES IN THE MARITIME PKOVIXCES. 



3T0RAL District. 



Post Offices. 



tKockland, 

J! Oakland Station, 

liocklin, 

Rockly, 

Kockport, 

Rock port Upper, 

l\ockville, 

Rockville, 

Rockwell Settlement, 

liocky Bay, 

Rocky Mountain, 

Rocky Point, 

llodney, 

Roger's Hill, 

l{oger's Hill Centre, 

tRogei'svillc, 

Rogerville East, 

Rolling Dam, 

Rolling Dam Station, 

liollo Kay Cross, 

Rollo liay Lower, 

iloman's Valley, 

Roman's Valley East, 

Rona, 

Rose, 

Kosebank, 

Roseberry, 

Rosoburn, 

Rosedalc, 

Rosedale, 

Rosevale, 

Rose Valley, 

Roseville, 

Roseway, 

Roslin, 

Ross Corner, 

Ross New, 

Ross Road New, 

lioisendale, 

Rosslield, 

Rossway, 

t Rothesay, 

Round Bay, 

Round Hill, 

t Round Hill, 

Hound Island, 

Rowcna, 

Roxburgh, 

Roxbury, 

Royal Road, 

Royal Road West, 

Royalton, 



Electoral District. 



Westmorland, N B 

Westmorland, n 

Pictou, N S 

Cumberland, N S 

Westmorland, N B 

Westmorland, .. 

Kings, N B 

Yarmouth, N S 

Cumberland, N S 

Richmond, n 

Pictou, 11 

Queens West, P E 1 

Cumberland, N S 

Pictou, II 

Pictou, 

Northumberland, N B 

Northumberland, •< 

Charlotte, N B 

Charlotte, n 

Kings, P E I 

Kings. P E I 

Guysborough, N S 

Guysborough, " 

Queens East, P E I 

Cumberland, N S 

Gloucester, N B 

Queens East, P E 1 

Inverness, N S 
1 Carleton, N B 
I Inverness, N S 
i Albert, N B 
' Prince East. P E I 
i Prince West, P E 1 
! Shelburne & Queens,NS 
j Cumberland, N S 
I Prince East, P E I 
' Lunenburg, N S 
I Kings, N S 

Cumberland, N S 

Pictou, N S 

Digby, N S 

Kings, N B 

Shelburne & Queens, NS 

Kings, N B 

Annapolis, N S 

Cape Breton, n 

Victoria, N B 

Albert, n 

Annapolis, N S 

York, N B 

York, n 

Carleton, N B 



Post Offices. 



Rusagornish, 

Rusagoniish Station, 

Ruskiti, 

Rnstico, 

Rustico North, 

Rusticovilln, 

Ruther Cllen, 

Sable River, 

Sable River East, 

tSackville, 

Sickville Lower, 

Sackvillc Middle, 

Sackvil:o Middle, 

Sackvillo Upper, 

Suck villi) Upptr, 

Saint ^Imo, 

Saint Amand, 

Saint Andre deShediac, 

t Saint Andrews, 

tSaint Andrews, 

Saint Andrews, 

Saint Anne, 

Saint Ann's, 

Saint Ann's, 

Saint Anil's, North Gut 

Saint Ann's, South Gut 

Saint Anthony, 

Saint Anthony, 

Saint Ijazil Upper, 

Saint Bernard, 

Saint Catheriiieb, 

Saint Catherines' River, 

Saint Charles, 

Sa-nt Chrjsostoine, 

Saint Croix, 

Saint Croix, 

Saint l']doManl de Kent 

Sjjnt Eleanor's, 

Saint Eleanor's North, 

Saint Esprit, 

Saint Francis Harbor, 

Saint Francis Moutii of 

Saint Francis de Kent, 

I Saint George, 

Saint George's, 

Saint (jeorge's Channel, 

Saint Gregoire, 

Saint Hilaire, 

Saint Ignase, 

Saint Isidore, 

Saint Jean Baptiste, 



Electoral District. 



Sanbury d' Queens, N B 
Siinbury & Queens, N B 
Kings, P E I 
Queens East, P E I 
Queens East, P E I 
Queens East, P E I 
Carleton, N B 

Shelburne .t Queeni;,N.S 
Shelburne it QueenF,NS 
Westmoreland, N li 
Halifax, N S 
Halifax, << 
Westmoreland, N B 
Halifax, N S 
Westmoreland, N B 
Victoria, N B 
Victoria, << 
Westmoreland, N B 
Charlotte, N B 
Antigonishe, N S 
Kings, P E I 
Kent, N B 
Queens West, P E I 
Victoria, N S 
Victoria, <> 
"S'ictoria, N S 
Prince West, P E I 
Kent, N B 
Victoria, W B 
Dlgby, N S 
Queens West, PET 
Shelburne it Quecns,NS 
Kent, N B 
Prince East, P E 1 
Hants, N S 
York, N B 
Kent, 11 

Prince Vhtit, V E I 
Prince East, if 
Richmond, N 8 
Gu^'sborough, n 
Victoria, N H 
Kent, N B 
Charlotte, N B 
Kingx, P E I 
Richmond, N S 
Kent, N B 
Victoria, N B 
Kent, II 
Gloucester, N B 
Kent, II 



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LIST OF POST OFFICES I\ THE MARITIME PROVINCES. 



Post Offices. 


Electohai, Distukt. 


Post Offices. 


Electorai, B.strict. 


tSaint John, 


St John, N B 


Salmondale, 


Sunbury & Queens -t 


Saint Joseph, 


Westmoreland, N 1? 


Salmonhurot, 


Victoria, N B 


Saint Joseph, 


Gloucester, N B 


Salmon River, 


St. John, N B 


Saint Joseph, 


Antigonishe, N S 


Salmon River, 


Cape Breton, N S 


Saint Joseph de Kent, 


Kent, N B 


Salmon River, 


Halifax, N S 


Saint Leonard Station, 


Victoria, N B 


Salmon River, 


Digby, N S 


Saint Leonard's, 


Victoria, n 


Salmon Riv Lake Set, 


Guysborough, N S 


Saint Louis de Kent, 


Kent, II 


Salt Springs, 


Kings, N P 


Saint Margarett's, 


Kings, P E I 


Salt Springs, 


Pictou, N S 


St Marg't'rt Bay H of, 


Halifax, N S 


Salt Springs, 


Antigonishe, N S 


St Marg't's Pay North, 


Halifax, m 


Salt Springs South, 


Antigonishe " 


t Saint Martin's, 


St John, N B 


Salt Springs Station, 


Cumberland, N S 


Saint Mary's, 


Kent, H 


Sambro, 


Halifax, N S 


Saint Mary's East Riv, 


Pictou, N S 


Sand Beach, 


Yarmouth, N S 


Saint Mary's Ferry, 


York, N B 


Sandford, 


Yarmouth, m 


Saint Mary's Lower, 


York, n 


Sand Point, 


Guysborough, N S 


Saint Mary,s River, 


Guysborough, N S 


Sand Point Road, 


St John, N B 


Saint Mary's Road, 


Queens East, PET 


Sand River, 


Cumberland, N S 


Saint Mary's Road east. 


Queens East, P E I 


fSandy Cove, 


Digby, N S 


Saint Maure, 


Restigouche, N B 


Sandy Point, 


Shelburne &, Queens.Nx 


St Nicholas Riv South, 


Kent, 


Sargent, 


Northumberland, N B 


St Nicholas Riv West, 


Kent, 


Sarteli, 


Kings, N B 


Saint Norbert, 


Kent, II 


Saulmerville, 


Digby. NS 


Saint Patrick's Channel, 


Victoria, N S 


Saulmerville Station, 


Digby, 


Saint Patrick's Road, 


Kings, P E I 


Savage Harbor, 


Kings, P E I 


Saint Paul's, 


Kent, N B 


Scadone, 


Westmoreland, N B 


Saint Paul's, 


Pictou, N S 


Scatarie If'land 


Cape Breton, N S 


tSaint Peter's, 


Richmond, N S 


Scotch ford, 


Queens East, P E I 


Saint Peter's West, 


Kings, P E 1 


Scotch Lake, 


York, N B 


Saint Peter's Bay H of, 


Kings, M 


Scotch Jiakc, 


Cape Breton, N S 


Saint Pierre, 


Kent, N B 


Scotch Ridge, 


Charlotte, N B 


Saint Rose, 


Inverness, N S 


Scotch Settlement, 


Westmoreland, N B 


Saint Simon, 


Gloucester, N B 


Scotch Settlem't East, 


Kings, N B 


tSaint Stei)hen, 


Charlotte, N B 


Scotch Settlem't West, 


Kings, " 


Saint Teresa, 


Queens East, P E T 


Scotch town, 


Sunbury & Queens, N B 


Saint Thomas, 


Carleton, N B 


Scotch A'illage, 


Hants, N S 


Saint Thomas de Kent, 


Kent, 


Scotland New, 


Westmoreland, N B 


Saint Timothy, 


Prince East, P E I 


Scotsburn, 


Pictou, N S 


Sailors Hope, 


Kings, P E I 


Scotsburn Station, 


Pictou, II 


Salem, 


Albert, N B 


Scotsburn Upper, 


Pictou, II 


Salem, 


Cumberland, N S 


Scotsvillo, 


Inverness, N S 


Salem, 


Yarmouth, N S 


Scott's Bay, 


Kings, N S 


Salem New, 


Cumberland, N S 


Scott's Bay Road, 


Kings, " 


Salem North, 


Hant», N S 


Scribner, 


Kings, N B 


Salem Road, 


Cape Breton, N S 


Sea Cow Head, 


Prince East, P E I 


Salina, 


Kings, N B 


Sea Cow Pond, 


Prince West, " 


tSalisbury, 


Westmoreland, N B 


Sea Dog Cove, 


Kings, N B 


Salkeld, 


Charlotte, n 


Seaforth, 


Halifax, N S 


Salmon Beach, 


Gloucester, N B 


Seal Cove, 


Charlotte, N B 


Salmon Creek, 


Sunbury & Queens, N B 


Searletown, 


Prince East, P E 1 


Salmon C'k N Fork.s, 


Snnbury iB Queens n 


Seaside, 


Restigouche, N B 


Salmon Croelt Lower, 


Sunbury &■ Queens m 


Seaside, 


Inverness, N S 



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N B 
!ton, N S 
NS 

S 
)ugh, N S 

P 

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she, N S 
she " 
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NS 
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►ugh, N S 
NB 
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S 
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ton, N S 
last, P E I 
B 

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B 

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St, " 

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Post Offices. 



.scaview, 

Sfaview, 

Second Falls, 

Second Peninsula, 

S(!oond Westcock, 

Seircronsvillo, 

Selkirk Road, 

Selmah, 

Selmah Lower, 

Seiuiwagan llidge, 

Sevogle, 

Shad Bay, 

Shag Harbor, 

Shag Harbor Lower, 

Shamrock, 

Sliaiiklin, 

Shannon, 

Shannon vale. 

Sharp, 

Slieba, 

tShediac, 

Shediac Bridge, 

Shediac River, 

Shediac Road, 

Sheet Harbor E River, 

Sheet Harbor W River, 

tSheftield, 

Shertield Academy, 

Sheffield Mills, 

Slietlield Upper, 

tShelburne, 

Siicmcguc Little, 

Shcnstone, 

Sliepody Road, 

tSherbrooke, 

Shcminipcas Bridge, 

Shinnickbnrn, 

ship Harbor, 

Ship Harbor Lake, 

Ship Harbor Lower, 

Ship Harbor E. I^ower 

] Shippigan, 

Shippigaa Island, 

Shippigan Little, 

Shirley Settlement, 

Shogamoc, 

Short Beach, 

Shortholm, 

tShubenacadie, 

Shulie, 

Shunacadie, 

Sight Point, 



p]LKf!ToiiAi, District. 



Richmond, N S 
Queens West, P E 1 
Charlotte, N B 
Lunenburg, X S 
Westmorland. N B 
Lunenburg, N S 
Queens East, PEI 
Hants, N S 
Hants, M 

Northumberland, N B 
Northumberland, " 
Halifax, N S 
Shelburne & QueenSjNS 
Shelburne it Queens, n 
Prince East, P E I 
St John, N B 
Sunbury it Queens, NB 
Restigouche, N ]} 
Kings, N B 

Sunbury &, Queens, NB 
Westmoreland, N B 
Westmoreland, >. 
Westmoreland, ii 
Westmoreland, n 
Halifax, N S 
Halifax, m 
Sunbury it Queens, Nl> 
Sunbui'y it Queens, " 
Kings, N S 

Sunburyit Queen=, N B 
Shelbru'n it Queens, NS 
Westmoreland, N B 
Albert, X B 
King?, " 
(Juy.sborougli, N S 
Cumberland, N S 
Northumberland, N H 
Halifax, N S 
Halifax, m 
Halifax, << 
Halifax, n 
Gloucesttjr, N ]3 
Gloucester, N B 
Gloucester, N B 
Sunbury it Queens, NB 
York, xN B 
Yarmouth, N S 
Sunbury & Queens, NB 
Hants, N S 
Cumberland, N S 
Cape Breton, N S 
Inverness, N S 



Post Officks 



Silverstream, 

Simonds Middle, 

Sinclair Hill, 

Sisson Ri<lge, 

S'x Mile i'.ruok, 

Six Mile Road, 

Six Beads, 

Skinner's Tond, 

Skir Dhu, 

Sky (Jlen, 

Sky jNIonntaiii, 

Sluice Point, 

Smitlitield, 

Smith's, 

Smith's Corner, 

Smith's Cove, 

Smith's Creek, 

Sniithtown, 

Snider ^Mountain, 

Sober Island 

Soldier's Cove, 

Somerset, 

Somerville, 

Sonora, 

Sorrel Ridge, 

fSouris East, 

Souris West, 

South, 

South East Passage, 

Soutii < I rand Mira, 

Southampton, 

fSouthampton, 

Southampton ICast, 

Southampton Lower, 

Southampton Upper, 

tSouth IJiiy, 

Soutli I)ay, 

South Hraneli, 

Soutli Branch ( Ken), 

South Brook, 

Soutli Cove, 

Soutli East Pas.sage, 

South Esk, 

Soutli Lake, 

South Melville, 

South port. 

South Range, 

South River, 

South Riv Lake Hd of, 

South River Upper, 

South Vale, 

Southville, 



Ei,ECT0R.\L District. 



Victoria, N B 
Carlcton, N B 
Albert, N 15 
Victoria, N B 
Pictou, N S 
("umberland, N S 
Gloucester, N B 
Prince West. PHI 
Victoria, >i S 
Fuverress m 
Inverness, ■• 
Yarmouth, N S 
(Juysborough, N S 
Westmorland, N B 
Kent, K B 
Digby, N S 
Kings, N l> 
Kings, n 
Kings, n 
Halifax, N S 
Richmond, N S 
Kings, N S 
Carleton, N P. 
(luysborough, N S 
Charlotte, N B 
Kings, P E J 
Kings, n 
Lunenburg, N S 
Halifax, N S 
Capo Breton, N S 
York, N B 
Cumberland, N S 
Cumberland, u 
^'orlc, N B 
Yoi'k, M 
Victoria, N S 
St. John, N B 
(Jol Chester, N S 
Kings, N B 
Cumberland, N S 
Victoria, N S 
Halifax, <> 
Northumberland, N B 
Kings, PEI 
Prince East, PEI 
Queens East, PEI 
Digby, N S 
Gloucester, N B 
Guysborough, N S 
Antigonisho, n 
Colchester, u 
Digby, .. 



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LIST OF rOST OKFICKS IN THE MAIIITIMK PKOVIKCES. 



Post Offk'ks 


Klkctohai. Dihtkkt. 


Post Offices. 


Electoral Distuict. 


South West, 


Prince West, P E T 


tStrathhorn, 


Inverness, N S 


South-West Ridge, 


Inverness, N S 


Street's Ridge, 


Cumberland, N S 


Spa Springs, 


Annapolis, m 


Stronach Mountain, 


Annapolis, N S 


Speeiville, 


Carlcton, N B 


Sturgeon, 


Queens East, P E I 


Speight's Corner, 


Sunbury A (^»iioons, NH 


Suffolk Station, 


Queens, East, P E I 


Spence, 


Westmorland, N B 


Sugar Loaf, 


Victoria, N S 


Spencer's Island, 


Cumberland, N S 


Sumniertield, 


Carleton, N B 


tSpringfield, 


Kings, N B 


Summer Hill, 


Sunbury & Queens, N S 


Springfield, 


Yoric, M 


tSumnierside, 


Prince East, P E I 


tSpringfield, 


Annapolis, N S 


Summerville, 


Kings, P E I 


Springfield, 


Queens, P E 1 


Summerville, 


Hants, N S 


Spring Haven, 


Yarmouth, N S 


Summerville Centre, 


Shelburne & Queans,NS 


Spring Hill, 


York, N B 


Sundridge, 


Pictou, N S 


tSpring Hill, 


Cumberland, N S 


Sunnybrae, 


Pictou, " 


Spring Hill Junction, 


Cumberland, m 


Sunnyside, 


Kings, .1 


Springville, 


Pictou, N S 


Sunnyside, 


Restigouche, N B 


Spruce Lake, 


St. John, N B 


Surette Island, 


Yarmouth, N S 


Spruce Lake Station, 


St. John, 11 


Surrey, 


Albert, N B 


Spry Bay, 


Halifax, N S 


Sussex Corner, 


Kings, N B 


Stake Road, 


Cumberland, N S 


Sussex Portage. 


Kings, n 


Stanhope, 


Queens East, P E I 


tSussex Vale, 


Kings, II 


Stanley, 


Cumberland, X S 


Sutherland's River, 


Pictou, N S 


{Stanley, 


York, N B 


Swan Creek, 


Sunbury it Queens, N B 


fStanley Bridge, 


Queens West, P l'. \ 


Swansburg, 


Shelburne & Queens,N S 


Staple's Brook, 


Colchester, N S 


Sweeyville, 


Kent, N B 


Starkey's, 


Sunbury <k Queens, N B 


Sweet's Corners, 


Hants, N S 


Steam Mill Village, 


Kings, N S 


■'"Sydney, 


Cape Breton, N S 


Steel's Like, 


Ciipe i>reton, N S 


Sydney Forks, 


Cape Breton, n 


Steep Creek, 


Guysborouaih, N S 


{Sydney Mines, 


Cape Breton, m 


Steevescote, 


Albert, N B 


tSydney North, 


Capo Breton, « 


Steeve's Mountain, 


Westmorland, N B 


Sydney River, 


Cape Breton, m 


Steeve's Settlement, 


Westmorland, m 


Sydney South, 


Cape Breton, n 


tStellarton, 


Pictou, N S 


Sydney River Sth Bar, 


Cape Breton, « 


Stewartdalc, 


Inverness, !N S 


Synton, 


Albert, N B 


Stewarton, 


King.s, N 15 


Sypher's Cove, 


Sunbury & Queens, N B 


Stewiacke Cross lloads, 


Colchester, N S 






tStewiacke Lower, 


Colchester, n 


Tabucintac, 


Northumberland, N B 


Stewiacke Middle, 


Colchester, n 


Tancook Island, 


Lunenburg, N S 


tStewiacke Upi)er, 


Colchester, ,< 


Tangier, 


Halifax, 


Stiles VillHge, 


Westmoreland, N B 


Tapley's Mills, 


Carleton, N B 


Stillman, 


Pictou, N S 


Tarantuni, 


Queens East, P E I 


Still Water, 


Guysborough, X S 


Tarbort, 


Victoria, N S 


Stirling, 


Richmond, X S 


Tarbotvale, 


Victoria, N S 


Stoddarte, 


Annapolis, N S 


tTataniagouche, 


Colchester, N S 


Stonehav^n 


Gloucester, N B 


Tatamagouche Mount'n, 


Colchester, n 


Stone House, 


Cumberland, N S 


Tataniagouche West, 


Colchester, u 


Stone Ridge, 


York, N B 


Tatamagouche Bay H of 


Colchester, n 


Stony Creek, 


Albert, NB 


Taylor Village, 


Westmoreland, N B 


Stony Island, 


Shelburne & Qucens,XS 


Tay Mills, 


Y^ork, N B 


Stormont, 


Guysborough, N S 


Tay North, 


York, M 


Strathabo, 


Northumberland, N B 


Tay Settlement, 


York, 11 


Strathadam, 


Northumlerland, N B 
6. 


Telford, 

:8 


Pictou, N S 



KAL District. 



NS 
und, N S 

8, N S 
]ast, P E I 
East, P E I 

NS 

NB 
& Queens, N S 
ast, P E I 

EI 

S 

'& Queans, NS 

S 



2he, N B 
1), NS 

B 

B 



\ S 

fc Q'leens, N B 

3 «fe Queens, NS 
B 
"S 

ton, N S 
ton, 
ton, 
ton, 
;on, 
ton, 
ton, 
B 
t Quf ens, N B 

•erland, N B 

?, NS 

NB 

ist, P E I 

"f S 
"TS 
NS 



and, N B 



I.I«T OK I'OST Ol'l'UliS IX Till-: MAKlTIMi: I'HUVINCKS. 



Post Opficus. 


Elkotuhal Distkict. 


Post Offices. 


Temperance Vale, 


York, N P. 


'IVaoidie (iraml, 


Tempi?, 


York, M 


Ti'accy's Mills 


Teuecape, 


Hants, N S 


Tracoy Station, 
Traccyv ill ', 


Ten Mile Creek, 


St. John, x r, 


Ten Mile House, 


Queens I'^ast, P I", 1 


Traf.ili^ar, 


Tennan+^^'s Cove, 


King.s, N B 


Ti'a\('ll(i's licst, 


Terence Ba)-, 


Hplifax, X S 


Trciiionl, 


TeteaGauchePuvNSd 


Gloucester, \ 15 


rTicnion, 


Tete a Gauche RivS Side 


Gloucpstci', 


Trill.y, 


I'exas River, 


York, 


TiouL 15r()ok, 


The Barony, 


Yoik, It 


Trout r>rook, 


The Bluffs, 


Kings, .1 


'i'r.Mut iJiscr, 


The Falls, 


Colcheslor, X S 


Troy. 


The Grant, 


Kings, X^B 


TrucM.uinviiie, 


The Hawk, 


Shelburne it Que('ii^,X>^ 


iTriiro, 


The Lodge, 


Lunenburg, X S 


Tr\ on, 


The Long Stretch, 


Inverness, n 


Tiyon Xortli, 


The Points West Bay, 


Richmond, 


Tuppcrvilie, 


The Rango, 


Suubury i Qiummis, Xii 


i'ui'ile Creek, 


The Waugh, 


Gloucfster, N 15 


Turtle Creek Lower, 


The Willows, 


Northuniberliuid, X 1! 


tTusket, 


Thomond, 


King>-, X H 


Tusket Xew, 
Tuskot W(Hlge, 


Thompson's Station, 


Ciimberliuiil, N S 


|Th(>rbarn, 


Pictou, X S 


Twecdsiile, 


Thornbrook, 


Kings, X B 


Two Islands, 


Thornetown, 


Siinbury it Qiie<'iis, X 15 


Two Rivers, 


Thornville, 


Annapoli.s, \ S 


Tync Valley, 


Three Brooks, 


Victoria, N 15 




Three Brooks, 


Pictou, N S 


riiderliiil, 


Three Tree Creek, 


Sunbui-y it Queens, X 15 


Ui dine, 


tTignish, 


Cumberland, X S 


Union CeiitK!, 


Tignish Bridge, 


Westmoreland, X 15 


Union Corner, 


tTignish, 


Prince West, P K 1 


Union Hoal, 


Tignish Little. 


Prince Wtjst, P I', 1 


iUphan), 


Tilley, 


Yictori', X 15 


Upliiun Station. 


Tilley Road, 


Gloucester, X 15 


Upp(,'r iSrauili. 


Tilley South, 


Victoria, X 15 


T'pjxT ( 'a[>(', 


Titubvillc, 


Kings, X 15 


Upper (inmd Mira. 


Tiverton, 


Digby,_ N S 


rpper Xow Port, 


Tobique River, 


Victoria, X 15 


Upperton, 


Toiiey Mills, 


Pictou, X S 


Upton, 


Toney Rivei-, 


Pictou, II 


Uib.inia, 


Tooleton, 


Kings, X' 15 


Urney, 


Torbay, 


Guysborougli. N S 


rniuliaits, 


Torbrook, 


Annapoli?, N S 


Usii.'r, 


Toi brook Mines, 


Annapolis, " 




Torbiook West, 


Annapolis, " 


\'al cvlield, 


; Tower Hill, 


Charlo t(", N 15 


Vallevlield East, 


Tow.. Plot, 


Kings, X S 


V.dley Mills, 


ITracadie, 


Gloucester. X 15 


^'alley Station, 


tTracadie, 


Antigonishe, X S 


Vauglian, 


Tracadie Cross, 


Queens i:ast, P E J 


Vernal, 



Er.ECTOHAi. District. 



Queens East, P E I 
CarletoP, X^ B 
Snnbury >t Queens, N B 
Simbury it Queen.s, •' 
Guv.sboi'ough, N S 
Prince East, P E I 
Ivin.s, X S 
Pictou, II 
(,)ueens Ea^t, P E I 
Xortliumberland, X B 
Cape Bieton, N S 
Fnvernes.s, N S 
Inverness-, n 
Cumberland, n 
Colclirstfr, X S 
Prince East, P E T 
Prince East, n 
Annapolis, X S 
Albeit, N B 
Albert, X li 
Yarmouth. N S 
Digby, X S 
Yarmouth, << 
York, N B 
Cumberland, X S 
Cumberland, n 
Prince We-t, P E I 

Xortliumberland, X B 
Victoria, N B 
Pictou, N S 
Carleton. N B 
Queens East, P E I 
Kings, N B 
Kings, II 
(iuysborougb, N S 
Westmoreland, N B 
Cape Breton, X S 
Hants, II 

Kings, X'^ B 
Kings, P E I 
Hants, N S 
Kings, N B 
Fvings, N B 
Autigonishe, N S 

Kings, P E I 
Kings, P E I 
Inverne.'^s, N S 
Colchester, N S 
Hants, M 

Antigonishe n 



62c 



I-IHT OF POST OFFICES IN THK MAIUTIME PROVINCES. 




Post Offices, 



Veinon Minos, 
Vernon River, 
Vernon River Eridgo, 
Vesuvius, 
Victoria, 
Victoriii, 
t Victoria. 
Victoria lieacli, 
Victoria Cross, 
Victoria Harbor, 
Victoria Mines, 
Victoria New, 
Victoria South, 
Victoria Vale, 
Victoria West, 
Victory, 
Vienneau, 
Vienots, 
Vi 1 1 aged ale, 
Village Green, 
Village St Jean, 
Vincent, 
Vogler's Cove, 

Waasis Station, 
Wakefield Centre, 
Wakefield Lower, 
Walden, 

Walker's Settlement, 
I Wallace, 
Wallace Bridge, 
Wallace East, 
Wallace Grant, 
Wallace Ridge, 
Wallace South, 
Wallace Station, 
Wallace Bay Head of 
Wallace J]jiy Head of N 
tWalton, 
Walton East, 
Walton's Lake, 
Ward's Brook, 
Ward's Creek Road, 
Wai'd's Crossing, 
Washabuck Bridge, 
Washabuck Lower, 
Washabuck Upper, 
Waterborougli, 
Waterford, 
Waterford, 
Waterford, 
Waterloo, 




Kings, N S 
t^uvjns lOast, V K f 
(i>uecns East, m 
Kings, N S 
Carloton, N 15 
Cumberland, N S 
Prince East, 1* I<: I 
Annapolis, N 8 
Kings, P E I 
Kings, N S 
Capo lireton, N S 
Cape P>r< ton, " 
Cumberland, n 
Annapoli.'? n 

Prince West, P E I 
Sunbury & Queens, X B 
N'ortliumberlind, N J) 
Jjimenburg, N S 
Slielburne iS: Que ens,NH 
(thieens, P E T 
Kent, N B 

Sunbury ik Queens, N15 
Lunenburg, N S 

Sunbury i\: Queens, NH 
Carleton, N B 
Carleton « 
Lunenburg, N S 
Kings, N B 
Cumberland, N S 
Cumberlaad, n 
Cumberland, h 
Cumberland, fi 
Cumberland, n 
Cumberland, n 
Cumberland, n 
Cumberland, n 
Cumberland, n 
Hants, II 

Hants, n 

Kings, N B 
Cumberland, N S 
Kings, N B 
Colchester, N S 
Victoria, N S 
Victoria, N S 
Victoria, N S 
Sunbury ct Queens, N P) 
Digby,'NS 
Ivmgs, N B 
Prince West, P E I 
Lunenburg, N S 



Post Offices. 



Waterside, 

Watervale, 

Waterville, 

fWaterville, 

Watui ville Central, 

Watson Settlement, 

Watt Section Sheet Ubi 

AN'augli's River, 

Wavcirlcy, 

Waweig, 

Wayerton, 

Weatherley, 

Weaver Set'lcment, 

^\''el)ster's Corner, 

Welch, 

Wclling'oi), 

Wellington, 

Wellington, 

Wellington Station, 

Wells, 

fWolst'ord, 

Welsford, 

We'sford Road, 

^^'ent\vorth, 

Wentworth Centre, 

Wentworth Creek, 

Wentworth East, 

Wentworth Lower, 

Wentworth Station, 

West Bay, 

West Bay Road, 

West Brook, 

Westbrook Mills, 

West Cai)e' 

Westchester, 

Westchester Lake, 

Westchester Station, 

Westcock, 

Western Covehead, 

Western Head, 

Western Road, 

Westlield, 

tWestfield, 

Westfield Centre, 

West Lakevale, 

Westmoreland Point, 

Westmoreland Upper, 

Weston, 

West Point, 

West River, 

West River, 

West River Lower, 



ElE(!TOIIAI. Di.stkict. 



Albert, N 15 
Pictou, N S 
Ca»leton, N 15 
Kings, N S 
York, N B 
Carleton, « 
Halifax, N S 
Colchester, n 
Halifax, n 
Charlotte, N B 
Northumberland, N B 
Lunenburg, N S 
Digby, 

Queens East, P I". F 
Westmoreland, N B 
Prince West, P E I 
Albert, N B 
Yarmouth, N S 
Prince West, P E I 
Kings, N B 

Sunbury it C^uf ens, N 15 
Pictou, N S 
Kings, It 
Cumberland, N S 
Cumberland, « 
Hants, M 

Cumberland, n 
Cumberland, n 
Cumberland, n 
Invernes.s, n 

Inverness, u 

Cumberland, n 
Cumberland, n 
Prince West, P E I 
Cumberland, N S 
Cumberland, « 
Cumberland, n 
Westmoreland, N B 
Queens East, P E I 
Shelburne & Queen3,NS 
Prince AVcst, P E I 
Shelburne tt Quccns,NS 
Kings, N B 
Kings, II 
Antigonishe, N S 
Westmoreland, N B 
Prince East, P E 1 
Kings, N S 
Prince West, P E I 
Pictou, N S 
Albert, N B 
Antigonishe. N S 



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List op post offices in the maritime provinces. 



i\L DlSTHKT. 

i 15 


Post Offices. 


Electoral District. 


Post Offices. 


West River Station, 


Pictou, N H 


Windham Hill, 


J S 


fWestville, 


Pictou, II 


Winding Ii(Hl,i,'OH, 


N 1! 


] Weymouth, 


Digby, 1, 


Wind.sor, 


S 


t Weymouth Bridge, 


Digby, 1, 


tWinilsor, 


^ n 


Wliarton, 


Cumberland, N S 


Windsor Junction, 


rr 


Wheatley River, 


Queens East, P E 1 


Wind.>-or Lower, 


N 8 


Wheaton Mills, 


Westmoreland, N 13 


Wine Harbor, 


r, ,1 


Wlieaton Settlement, 


Westmoreland, i 


Winsloe Road, 


rr 


Whim Road Cross, 


Kings, P E I 


Winslow Station, 


, N n 


Whiteburn Mines, 


Shelburneife Queens, NB 


Wi-ely, 


>orland, X ]', 


Whitehaven liower, 


Guysborough, N S 


Wittenbiirg, 


•g, NS 


t Whitehead, 


Guysborough, n 


tWolfviUe, 


ir 


Wiiitehead, 


Kings, N B 


Woodbine, 


iist, p E r 


White Head, 


Charlotte, N B . 


Woodbourne, 


iland, i\ D 


White Hill, 


Pictou, N S 


Wood field, 


est, P E I 


AVhite Point, 


Victoria, N S 


Wood Harbor Upfcr, 


}', 


White Rock Mills, 


Kings, N S 


Wood Harbor Lower, 


), NS 


White Sands, 


Queens East PEI 


Woodhurst, 


est, P K r 


White's Cove, 


Sunbury it Queens, NI> 


Wood Islaiv), 


B 


WJiite's Mills, 


Kings, N B 


Wood Is^inds North, 


k (Queens, N li 


White's Mountain, 


Kings, It 


Wood Lake, 


S 


White's Point, 


Sunbury & Quetns, NB 


\\'oodlands. 


t 


Whitney, 


Northumberland, n 


Wood Point, 


nd, N S 


Whitney Pier, 


Cape Breton, N S 


Woodside, 


nd, 11 


Whittier's Ridge, 


Charlotte, N B 


tWoodstock, 


II 


tWhycocomagh, 


Inverness, N S 


Woodstock Lower, 


id, II 


Whycocomagli Bay N S, 


Inverness, n 


Woodstock Ul)per, 


id, 1, 


Whycocomagh Bay S S, 


Inverness, n 


Woodstock Kd Station, 


id, 1, 


Whycocomagh Portage, 


Inverness, n 


Woodville, 


II 


Wickham, 


Sunbury & Queens, NB 


Woodville, 


II 


Wicklow, 


Carleton, N B 


Woodville, 


id, ,1 


Wick low Upper, 


Carleton, n 


Woodville Mills, 


d, II 


Wiggins, 


Sunbury &, Queens, NB 


Woodward's Cove, 


St, p E r 


Willett's Corner, 


Annapdis, N S 


W^iTck Cove, 


d, NS 


Williamsburg, 


York, N B 


Wyse's Cornor, 


d, II 


Williamsdale, 


Cumberland, N S 


Wyvern, 


d, II 


Williarasdale East, 


Cumberland, N S 




and, N B 


Williams' Point, 


Antigonishe, N S 


fYarniouth, 


St, P E I 


Williamstown, 


Carleton, N B 


Yoho, 


Lfe Queen s,NiS 


Willowdale, 


Sunbury & Queens, NB 


York .AIills, 


St, P E I 


Willowdale, 


Pictou, N S 


York liittle. 


t Queens, N 8 


Willow Grove, 


St John, N B 


Youghall, 


{ 


tWilmot. 


Annapolis, N S 


Young's Cove, 




Wilmot Valley, 


Prince East, P E I 




e, NS 


Wilsonburg, 


Sunbury & Queens, NB 


Zealand New, 


ind, N 1} 


Wilson's Beach, 


Charlotte, N B 


Zealand Stition, 


, P E I 


Wilson's Point, 


Gloucester, N B 


Zion New, 




Wiltshire New, 


Queens West, P E I 


Zionvillp, 


t, PEI 

i 


Wiltshire South, 


Queens West, n 




'. NS 









Electoral District. 



Cumberland, N S 
Victoria, N B 
Carleton, •' 
Hints, N S 
Halifax, n 
Carleton, N B 
Guysborough, N S 
Queens East, PEI 
Queens East, n 
York, N D 
Colchester, N S 
Kings, N S 
Cape Breton, N S 
Pictou, N S 
Pictou, II 

Shelburne it Queens, NS 
Shelburm- & Queens, n 
Westmoreland, N B 
Queens East, P E f 
Queens East, P E 1 
St John, N B 
York, N B 
Westmoreland, N B 
Sunbury it Queens, N B 
Carleton, N B 
Carleton, n 
Carleton, " 
Carleton, n 
Hants, N S 
Prince West, PEI 
Victoria, N B 
Kings, PEI, 
Charlotte, N B 
Victoria, N S 
Halifax, N S 
Cumberland, N S 

Yarmouth, N 8 
York, N B 
York, N B 
Queens East, PEI 
Gloucester, N B 
Sunbury it Queens, N B 

Kings, PEI 
York, N B 

Sunbury tk Queens, N B 
York, N B 



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TABLE No. 6.— Gloucester Junct'n to Metapedia, P. Q., 81 Miles. I. C. R. 



HALIFAX. 
18{) Moncton to 

30.S 117 Gloucester Junction, N B., to Metapcdia, V.Q. 
308 122 5 Bathurst to 
313 129 12 7 Beresford. 
317 131 14 !) 2 Nigadoo. 
320 134 17 12 5 3 Petite Roche. 
32.) 13!) 22 17 10 8 5 (ireen Point. 
3 Bulledune. 
7 4 Hodgen's. 
!) G 2 (.'uiligan's. 

(i 4 JiiL'iiuet River. 
!) 7 4 Nash's Creek. 
3 Jjaugldiii's. 
7 4 New Mills. 



(See also Table No. 5.) 



,128 142 25 20 13 11 8 

.S32 14(5 29 23 17 15 12 

.334 148 31 25 19 17 14 

.337 151 34 29 22 2) 17 12 9 

.340 1.54 .37 32 20 24 21 Hi 13 

■343 157 40 35 28 20 23 18 15 11 9 (i 

347 1*1 44 39 .32 ,30 27 22 19 15 13 10 



,351 105 48 43 37 34 31 2(i 23 20 18 14 II 9 5 Hamilton's. 
,352 106 49 44 .38 .30 33 28 25 21 19 Hi 12 10 (I 2 Charlo. 



3,-)8 172 55 50 44 41 38 33 ,30 27 25 21 18 HI 12 



(i Kel River. 

Dalhousic Jot. 

2 Summit. 

4 2 McNeish's. 

7 5 3 Dalhousie. 

9 11 13 10 Campbellton. 



.302 176 .59 .54 48 40 43 .38 .35 31 29 20 22 20 Hi 12 H) 5 

364 178 01 56 50 48 45 40 .37 .33 31 28 24 22 18 14 14 7 

.360 180 63 58 52 5> 47 42 39 35 33 30 20 24 20 10 14 9 

.309 183 60 61 55 .5« .50 45 42 38 3(i ,33 29 27 23 19 17 12 

371 185 68 63 57 55 52 47 44 40 38 35 31 29 25 20 19 13 

370 190 73 68 62 60 57 52 49 45 43 40 3(i 34 .30 20 24 19 14 10 18 21 5 Moffat's. 

.381 195 78 73 66 04 61 50 53 49 48 44 41 .38 34 .30 29 23 19 21 23 20 10 5 Flat Lands. 

,382 197 79 74 68 66 63 58 .55 51 49 40 42 40 .3(5 32 .30 25 20 22 24 27 11 6 2 Eraser's. 

384 198 81 76 69 07 64 59 5(5 53 51 47 44 42 38 33 32 20 22 24 26 29 13 8 3 2 Metapedia, P Q. 

075 Miles Halifax to Levis, Point Levis (via Levis). St. .Toim to Moncton 89 miles, see Table No. 2. 

TABLE No. 7. 



-New Glasgow to Pictou landing, 
via I. C. B. 



TABLE No. 8.-Steliarton to Pictou, N. S. 
14 MUes, I. C. B. 



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Primrose. 
Foundry. 



1 1 

1 1 

1 1 

1 1 

2 2 
4 4 



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Trenton, 
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Glass Works. 
Smelt l?rook. 
1111 Steel Works 
3 3 3 3 2 (llcnfoUoch. 
5 .3 l-'isher's (irant 
7 7 7 7 4 1 Pictou Landing. 



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103 


41 


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109 


47 


6 


3 


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111 


49 


8 


5 


2 


Sylvester. 


113 


52 


11 


8 


5 


3 Lockbroom 


117 


55 


14 


11 


8 


6 4 


Pictou. 



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117 


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2 


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118 


4 


3 


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122 


9 


7 


5 


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127 


14 


12 


10 


5 


Meadowville 










135 


22 


20 


18 


13 


8 


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141 


28 


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23 


19 


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31 


28 


24 


19 


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34 


33 


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25 


20 


12 


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42 


40 


38 


33 


28 


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15 


10 


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159 


46 


44 


42 


37 


32 


24 


19 


14 


12 


i) 


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102 


49 


47 


45 


40 


35 


27 


22 


17 


15 


8 


3 


Henderson's. 


104 


51 


49 


47 


42 


37 


29 


24 


19 


17 


9 


5 


2 Fountaia Road. 


172 


58 


57 


54 


49 


44 


3(5 


31 


20 


24 


17 


12 


9 8 Pugwash. 


I'iT 


54 


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49 


45 


40 


32 


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20 


12 


8 


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56 


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49 


44 


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31 


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24 


10 


12 


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ITS 


62 


fiO 


57 


53 


48 


40 


34 


29 


28 


20 


10 


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60 


65 


62 


58 


53 


45 


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34 


32 


25 


21 


18 1(5 18 13 9 5 Oxford. 


l83 


69 


68 


65 


60 


55 


47 


42 


37 


35 


28 


23 


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15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
'20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
.".0 
31 
32 
33 
34 
3.') 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 



CLASS. 



1st Ucturn. 



5 
() 
9 

12 
]o 
18 
•21 
24 
27 
30 
33 
36 
39 
42 
45 
48 
51 
54 
57 
60 
63 
66 
69 
72 
75 
78 
81 
84 
87 
90 
93 

9.; 

99 



1 02 


1 05 


1 08 


1 11 


1 14 


1 17 


1 20 


1 23 


1 26 


1 29 


I 32 


1 35 


1 38 



8 
9 

14 

18 

2.'H 

27 

32 

36 

41 

45 

50 

54 

50 

G3 

68 

72 

77 

81 

86 

90 

95 

99 

1 04 

1 08 

1 13 

1 17 

1 22 

1 26 

1 31 

35 

1 40 

1 44 

1 49 

1 53 

1 58 



1 



62 
67 
71 
76 



1 80 
1 8r^ 
1 89 
1 94 

1 98 

2 03 
2 07 



Mis. 



47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
GO 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
C8 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
SO 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
f^O 
91 
92 



CLASS. 


Mis. 


CLASS. 


Mia. 


CLASS. 




N 






> 




(''"^^^^""'^ 


N 


1st. 


Return. 


93 


bt. 
2 79 


Return. 




Isf. 


Ret'ji. 


1 41 


2 12 


4 19 


139 


3 80 


5 70 


1 44 


2 16 


94 


2 82 


4 23 


140 


3 82 


5 73 


1 47 


2 21 


95 


2 85 


4 28 


141 


3 84 


5 76 


1 50 


2 25 


96 


2 88 


4 32 


142 


3 86 


5 79 


1 53 


2 30 


97 


2 91 


4 37 


143 


3 88 


5 82 


1 56 


2 34 : 


9ts 


2 94 


4 41 


144 


3 90 


5 85 


1 59 


2 39 i 


99 


2 97 


4 46 


1 145 


3 92 


5 88 


1 62 


2 43 


100 


3 00 


4 50 


1 146 


3 94 


5 91 


1 65 


2 48 : 


101 


3 00 


4 50 


i 147 


3 96 


5 94 


1 68 


2 52 1 


102 


3 00 


4 50 


{ 148 


3 98 


5 97 


1 71 


2 57 : 


103 


3 00 


4 50 


! 149 


4 00 


6 CO 


1 74 


2 Gl i 


101 


3 00 


4 50 


! 150 


4 02 


6 03 


1 77 


2 66 ! 


105 


3 00 


4 50 


! 151 


4 04 


6 06 


1 80 


2 70 : 


106 


3 00 


4 50 


' 152 


4 06 


6 09 


1 83 


2 75 


107 


3 00 


4 50 


1 153 


4 07 


6 11 


1 86 


2 79 


' 108 


3 00 


4 50 


154 


4 09 


6 14 


1 89 


2 84 , 


, 109 


3 03 


4 55 


155 


4 11 


6 17 


1 92 


2 88 1 


1 110 


3 06 


4 59 


156 


4 12 


6 18 


1 95 


2 9;! 


111 


3 09 


4 64 


157 


4 14 


6 21 


1 98 


2 97 


112 


3 12 


4 68 


158 


4 15 


6 23 


2 01 


3 02 


113 


3 15 


4 73 


159 


4 17 


6 26 


2 01 


3 06 


114 


3 18 


4 77 


160 


4 18 


6 27 


2 07 


3 11 


115 


3 21 


4 82 


I 161 


4 20 


6 30 


2 10 


3 15 


1 116 


3 2t 


4 86 


162 


4 21 


6 32 


2 13 


3 20 i 


117 


3 27 


4 91 


163 


4 22 


8 33 


2 16 


3 24 , 


118 


3 30 


4 95 


164 


4 23 


6 35 


2 19 


.3 2 J ' 


1 119 


3 33 


5 00 


165 


1 24 


6 36 


2 22 


3 33 1 


1 120 


3 36 


5 04 


166 


25 


6 38 


2 25 


3 38 i 


121 


3 39 


5 09 


167 


4 27 


G 41 


2 28 


3 42 ' 


122 


3 42 


5 13 


i 168 


4 28 


6 42 


2 31 


3 47 


123 


3 45 


5 18 


169 


4 30 


6 45 


2 34 


3 51 


124 


3 48 


5 22 


170 


4 32 


6 48 


2 37 


3 56 


125 


3 51 


5 27 


171 


4 34 


6 51 


2 40 


3 60 


126 


3 54 


5 31 


172 


4 36 


6 54 


2 43 


3 65 


127 


3 56 


5 34 


173 


4 37 


6 56 


2 46 


3 69 


128 


3 58 


5 37 


174 


4 38 


6 57 


2 49 


3 74 


129 


3 GO 


5 40 


175 


4 39 


6 59 


2 52 


3 78 


130 


3 62 


5 43 


176 


4 40 


6 60 


2 55 


3 83 


131 


3 64 


5 46 


177 


4 41 


6 62 


2 58 


3 87 


132 


3 GG 


5 49 


178 


4 43 


6 65 


2 61 


3 92 


: 133 


3 68 


5 52 


1 179 


4 44 


6 66 


2 G4 


3 96 


134 


3 70 


5 54 


i 180 


4 45 


6 68 


2 67 


4 01 ; 


l:i5 


3 72 


5 58 


1 181 


4 46 


6 69 


2 70 


4 05 


136 


3 74 


5 (il 


i 182 


4 47 


C 71 


2 73 


4 10 


137 


3 76 


5 64 


! 183 


4 49 


6 74 


2 76 


4 14 


138 


3 78 


6 67 


1 184 


4 51 


6 77 



638 



3es. 



^LASS. 



Ret'ji. 



5 70 
5 73 
76 
79 
82 
85 
88 
91 
94 
97 



6 CO 



03 

OG 



6 09 
6 11 



6 
6 
6 
6 



14 
17 
18 
21 



G 23 
G 26 
6 27 
G 30 
G 32 
G 33 
6 35 
G 36 
G 38 
G 41 
6 42 
G 45 
G 48 
6 51 
6 54 
G 5G 
G 57 
6 59 
6 GO 
6 G2 
G G5 
6 6G 
6 68 
6 69 
6 71 
6 74 
G 77 






1. ('. U. PASSENGER RATES AND DISTANCES. 



Mis. 


CLASS. 1 

; 

K i 


Mis. 
236 


CLASS. 


Mis. 

287 


CLASS. 


Mis. 


CLASS. 




1st. 


Return. 


1st. 


Return. 


1st. 


Return. 


1st. 


Return 


185 


4 52 


6 78 


5 39 


8 09 ' 


6 22 


9 33 


338 


7 04 


10 56 


186 


4 53 


G 80 


237 


5 41 


8 12 


288 


6 23 


9 35 


339 


7 06 


10 59 


187 


4 54 


6 81 ! 


238 


5 43 1 


8 15 


289 


6 24 


9 36 


340 : 


7 08 


10 62 


188 


4 55 


G 83 I 


239 


5 45 ' 


8 18 


290 


6 25 


9 38 


341 ! 


7 10 


10 65 


189 


4 56 


G 84 


240 


5 46 


8 19 


291 


6 26 


9 39 


342 ; 


7 12 


10 68 


190 


4 58 


G h7 


211 


5 47 \ 


8 21 


292 


6 27 


3 41 


343 i 


7 14 


10 71 


191 


4 60 


6 90 


242 


5 48 1 


8 22 


293 


6 29 


9 44 


344 1 


7 16 


10 74 


192 


4 62 


6 93 


243 


5 4!) : 


8 24 


294 i 


6 31 


9 47 


345 j 


7 18 


10 77 


193 


4 64 


G 96 


2J4 


5 51 ! 


8 27 ! 


295 


6 33 


9 50 


346 I 


7 20 


10 80 


194 


4 66 


G 99 


245 


5 53 


8 30 1 


296 


6 35 


9 53 


347 


7 22 


10 83 


195 


4 68 


7 02 


24G 


5 r)5 


8 33 


297 


6 37 


9 56 


348 : 


7 24 


10 86 


196 


4 70 


7 05 


247 


5 ;"i 7 


8 36 


298 


6 39 


9 59 


349 


7 26 


10 89 


197 


4 72 


7 08 


248 


5 5!) 


8 39 


299 


6 41 


9 62 


350 ' 


7 28 


10 92 


198 


4 74 


7 11 


249 


5 61 


8 42 


300 


6 43 


9 65 


351 i 


7 30 


10 95 


199 


4 76 


7 14 


250 


5 62 


8 43 


301 


6 45 


9 68 


352 j 


7 31 


10 97 


200 


4 78 


7 17 


251 


5 63 


8 45 


302 


6 47 


9 71 


353 i 


7 32 


10 98 


201 


4 80 


V 20 


252 


5 64 


8 46 


303 


6 48 


9 72 


354 1 


7 34 


11 01 


202 


4 82 


7 23 


253 


5 65 


8 48 


304 


6 49 


9 74 


355 


7 36 


11 04 


203 


4 84 


7 26 


254 


5 66 


8 49 


305 


6 50 


9 75 


356 


7 38 


11 07 


204 


4 86 


7 29 { 


255 


5 68 


8 52 


306 


6 51 


9 77 


357 


7 40 


11 10 


205 


4 88 


7 32 ! 


256 


5 70 


8 55 


307 


6 52 


9 78 


358 


7 42 


11 13 


20G 


4 90 


7 35 


257 


5 72 


8 58 


308 


6 54 


9 81 


359 


7 44 


11 16 


207 


4 91 


7 37 


258 


5 74 


8 61 


309 


6 56 


9 84 


360 


7 46 


11 19 


208 


4 92 


7 38 


259 


5 76 


8 64 


310 


6 58 


9 87 


361 


7 48 


11 22 


209 


4 93 


7 40 


260 


5 78 


8 G7 


311 


6 60 


9 90 


362 


7 50 


11 25 


210 


4 94 


7 41 


•261 


5 80 


8 70 


312 


6 62 


9 93 


363 


7 52 


11 28 


211 


4 96 


7 44 


262 


5 81 


8 72 


313 


6 64 


9 96 


364 


7 54 


11 31 


212 


4 98 


7 47 


263 


5 82 


8 73 


314 


6 66 


9 99 


365 


7 55 


11 33 


213 


5 00 


7 50 


264 


5 83 


8 75 


315 


6 68 


10 02 


366 


7 56 


11 34 


214 


5 02 


7 53 


265 


5 84 


8 76 


316 


6 70 


10 05 


367 


7 59 


11 39 


215 


5 04 


7 56 


I 266 


86 


8 79 


317 


6 72 


10 08 


368 


7 60 


11 40 


216 


5 06 


1 7 59 


1 267 


5 88 


8 82 


318 


6 73 


10 09 


369 


7 61 


11 42 


217 


5 08 


i 7 62 


; 268 


.-> 90 


s 85 


319 


6 74 


10 11 


370 


7 63 


11 45 


218 


5 10 


7 65 


i 269 


, 5 92 


S 88 


i 320 


G 75 


10 13 


371 


7 65 


11 48 


219 


5 11 


: 7 67 


270 


, 5 91 


8 91 


321 


6 77 


10 16 


372 


7 67 


11 51 


220 


5 12 


! 7 68 


271 


i 5 95 


8 93 


322 


6 78 


10 17 


373 


7 68 


11 52 


221 


5 13 


i 7 70 


272 


5 96 


8 94 


323 


6 79 


10 19 


374 


7 69 


11 54 


222 


5 15 


i 7 73 


273 


5 97 


8 96 


324 


G 81 


10 22 


375 


7 70 


11 55 


223 


5 IT 


1 7 76 


274 


5 98 


8 97 


325 


6 83 


10 25 


376 


7 71 


11 57 


224 


5 19 


7 79 


275 


5 99 


8 99 


326 


6 84 


10 26 


377 


7 72 


11 58 


225 


5 21 


' 7 82 


276 


6 00 


9 00 


327 


6 86 


10 29 


378 


7 73 


11 60 


226 


5 23 


^ 7 85 


277 


G 02 


9 03 


328 


6 88 


10 32 


379 


7 74 


11 61 


227 


5 25 


j 7 88 


278 


G 04 


9 06 


329 


6 90 


10 35 


380 


7 75 


11 63 


228 


5 27 


7 91 


' 279 


6 06 


9 09 


! 330 


6 92 


10 38 


381 


7 76 


11 64 


229 


5 28 


7 92 


280 


G 08 


9 12 


■ 331 


6 94 


10 41 


382 


7 78 


11 67 


230 


5 29 


' 7 94 


281 


G 10 


9 15 


j 332 


6 96 


10 44 


383 


7 79 


11 69 


231 


5 30 


i 7 95 


282 


6 12 


9 18 


Is 333 


! G 98 


10 47 


384 


7 80 


11 70 


232 


5 31 


1 7 97 


283 


G 14 


; 21 


■' 334 


7 00 


10 50 


385 


7 82 


11 73 


233 


5 33 


! 8 00 


284 


G IG 


9 24 


1, 335 


7 01 


10 52 


386 


7 83 


11 75 


234 


5 35 


8 03 


285 


6 18 


9 27 


1 33G 


7 02 


10 53 


387 


7 85 


11 78 


235 


5 37 


8 06 


286 


6 20 


9 30 


I 337 


7 03 


10 55 


388 


7 87 


11 81 



639 



«i 



I. C. rv. PASSENGER BATES AND DISTANCES. 



1 

Mis. 




CLASS. 


Mis. 


CLASS. 

1 


Mis. 
491 


CLASS. 


Mis. 


CLASS. 




1st. 


Return. 

1 


1st. 


Return. 


1st. 


Return 


1st. 


Return 


389 


7 


89 


11 84 


440 


9 20 


13 80 ! 


10 


73 


16 


10 


542 


11 


86 


17 7!t 


390 


7 


90 


11 85 


441 


9 23 


13 85 


492 


10 


76 


16 


14 


543 


11 


88 


17 KJ 


391 


7 


91 


11 87 ! 


442 


9 26 


13 89 


493 


10 


79 


16 


19 


544 


11 


90 


17 85 


392 


7 


92 


11 88 


443 


9 29 


13 94 


494 


10 


82 


16 


23 


545 


11 


92 


17 8,s 


393 


7 


93 


11 90 I 


444 


9 32 


13 98 1 


495 


10 


85 


16 


28 


546 


11 


94 


17 91 


394 


7 


94 


11 91 


445 


9 35 


14 03 


496 


10 


88 


16 


32 


547 


11 


96 


17 91 


393 


7 


95 


11 93 


446 


9 38 


14 07 1 


497 


10 


91 


16 


37 


548 


11 


98 


17 97 


396 


7 


96 


11 94 


447 


9 41 


14 12 i 


498 


10 


94 


10 


41 


549 


12 


00 


18 OU 


397 


7 


97 


11 96 1 


448 


9 44 


14 16 1 


499 


10 


97 


16 


46 


550 


12 


02 


18 o;i 


398 




98 


11 97 


449 


9 47 


14 21 


500 




00 


16 


50 


.551 


12 


04 


18 OC) 


399 


7 


99 


11 99 : 


450 


9 50 


14 25 i 


501 




00 


16 


50 


552 


12 


06 


18 09 


4uO 


8 


00 


12 00 i 


451 


9 53 


14 30 i 


502 




00 


16 


50 


.553 


12 


07 


18 11 


401 


8 


0.') 


12 08 i 


452 


9 56 


14 34 ' 


503 




00 


16 


50 


554 


12 


09 


18 14 


402 


8 


06 


12 09 


453 


9 59 


14 39 , 


504 




00 


16 


50 


555 


12 


11 


18 17 


403 


8 


09 


12 14 


454 


9 62 


14 43 ! 


505 




00 


16 


50 


556 


12 


12 


18 IS 


404 


8 


12 


12 18 


455 


9 65 


14 48 1 


.506 




00 


16 


50 


557 


12 


14 


18 21 


405 


8 


15 


12 23 


456 


9 68 


14 52 


: 507 


11 


00 


16 


50 


558 


12 


15 


18 23 


106 


8 


18 


12 27 


457 


9 71 


14 57 ! 


' 508 


11 


00 


16 


50 


559 


12 


17 


18 26 


407 


8 


21 


12 32 


458 


9 74 


14 61 


i 509 




03 


16 


55 


560 


12 


18 


18 27 


408 


8 


24 


12 36 


459 


9 77 


14 66 


1 510 




06 


16 


59 


561 


12 


20 


18 30 


409 


8 


27 


12 41 


460 


9 SO 


14 70 


! 511 




09 


16 


64 


562 


12 


21 


18 32 


410 


8 


30 


12 45 


461 


9 83 


14 75 


1 512 




12 


16 


68 


563 


12 


22 


18 33 


411 


8 


33 


12 50 


462 


9 86 


14 79 


513 




15 


16 


73 


564 


12 


23 


88 35 


412 


8 


36 


12 54 


463 


9 89 


14 84 


514 




18 


16 


77 


565 


12 


24 


18 36 


413 


8 


39 


12 59 


464 


9 92 


14 88 


! 515 




21 


16 


82 


566 


12 


25 


18 38 


414 


8 


42 


12 63 


465 


9 95 


14 93 


516 




24 


16 


86 


.567 


12 


27 


18 41 


415 


8 


45 


12 68 


466 


9 98 


14 97 


517 




27 


16 


91 


568 


12 


28 


18 42 


416 


8 


48 


12 72 


467 


10 01 


15 02 


518 




30 


16 


95 


569 


12 


30 


18 45 


417 


8 


51 


12 77 


468 


10 04 


15 06 


519 




33 


17 


00 


570 


12 


32 


18 48 


418 


8 


54 


12 81 


469 


10 07 


15 11 


520 


1 1 


36 


17 


04 


.571 


12 


34 


18 51 


419 


8 


57 


12 86 


470 


10 10 


15 15 


.521 




39 


17 


09 


572 


12 


36 


18 54 


420 


8 


60 


12 90 


471 


10 13 


15 20 


522 




42 


17 


13 


573 


12 


37 


18 56 


421 


8 


63 


12 95 


472 


10 16 


15 24 


523 




45 


17 


18 


574 


12 


38 


18 57 


422 


8 


66 


12 99 


473 


10 19 


15 29 


524 




48 


17 


22 


575 


12 


39 


18 59 


423 


8 


69 


13 04 


474 


10 22 


15 33 


525 




51 


17 


27 


576 


12 


40 


18 60 


424 


8 


72 


13 08 


475 


10 25 


15 38 


526 




54 


17 


31 


577 


12 


41 


18 62 


425 


8 


75 


13 13 


476 


10 28 


15 42 


527 




56 


17 


34 


578 


12 


43 


18 65 


426 


8 


78 


13 17 


477 


10 31 


15 47 


; 528 




58 


17 


37 


579 


12 


44 


18 66 


427 


8 


81 


13 22 


478 


10 34 


15 51 , 


529 




60 


17 


40 


580 


12 


45 


18 68 


428 


8 


84 


13 26 


479 


10 37 


15 56 


530 




62 


17 


43 


581 


12 


46 


18 69 


429 


8 


87 


13 31 


480 


10 40 


15 60 ' 


531 




64 


17 


46 


582 


12 


47 


18 71 


430 


8 


90 


13 35 


481 


10 43 


15 65 


; 532 




66 


17 


49 


583 


12 


49 


18 74 


431 


8 


93 


13 40- 


482 


10 46 


15 69 


j 533 




68 


17 


52 


584 


12 


51 


18 77 


432 


8 


96 


13 44 


483 


10 49 


15 74 


534 




70 


17 


54 


585 


12 


52 


18 78 


433 


8 


99 


13 49 


4K4 


10 52 


15 78 


535 




72 


17 


58 


586 


12 


53 


18 80 


434 


9 


02 


13 53 


485 


10 55 


15 83 


536 




74 


17 


61 


,587 


12 


54 


18 81 


435 


9 


05 


13 58 


486 


10 58 


15 87 


537 




76 


17 


64 


588 


12 


55 


18 83 


436 


9 


08 


13 62 


487 


10 61 


15 92 


538 




78 


17 


67 


.589 


12 


56 


18 84 


437 


9 


11 


13 67 


488 


10 64 


15 96 


539 




80 


17 


70 


590 


12 


58 


18 87 


438 


9 


14 


13 71 


489 


10 67 


16 01 


540 


1 1 


82 


17 


73 


591 


12 


60 


18 90 


439 


9 


17 


13 76 


490 


10 70 


16 05 


541 




84 


17 


76 


592 


12 


62 


18 93 



640 



CLASS. 


St. 


Return 


86 


17 7i) 


88 


17 82 


90 


17 8;-. 


92 


17 8,s 


94 


17 91 


96 


17 91 


98 


17 97 


; 00 


18 00 


• 02 


18 03 


! 04 


18 06 


• 06 


18 0!) 


• 07 


18 11 


09 


18 11 


11 


18 17 


12 


18 18 


14 


18 21 


15 


18 23 


17 


18 26 


18 


18 27 


20 


18 30 


21 


18 32 


22 


18 33 


2:i 


88 35 


24 


18 36 


25 


18 38 


27 


18 41 


28 


18 42 


30 


18 45 


32 


18 48 


34 


18 51 


30 


18 54 


37 


18 56 


38 


18 57 


39 


18 59 


40 


18 60 


41 


18 62 


43 


18 65 


44 


18 66 


45 


18 68 


46 


18 69 


47 


18 71 


49 


18 74 


51 


18 77 


52 


18 78 


53 


18 80 


54 


18 81 


55 


18 83 


56 


18 84 


58 


18 87 


60 


18 90 


62 


18 93 



I. C. R. I'ASSEXCIEH KATKS AND DISTANCKS. 



Mis. 


CLASS. 


Mis. 
644 


CLASS. 


M1.S. 
095 


CLASS. ■ 

i 


Mis. 


CLASS. 




1st 


Return. 


1st. 


Return. 


1st. 


Return. 


1 St. Return 


593 


12 64 


18 96 


13 51 


20 27 


14 .33 


21 .50 


746 


15 20 


22 80 


594 


12 66 


18 99 


645 


13 53 


20 30 


696 


14 35 


21 53 


747 


15 22 


22 83 


595 


12 68 


19 02 


646 


13 55 


20 3.-'. 


697 


1 I 37 


2! 50 ! 


748 


15 24 


22 86 


596 


12 70 


19 05 


647 


13 57 


20 30 


098 


It 39 


21 59 [ 


749 


15 26 


22 89 


597 


12 72 


19 08 


648 


13 59 


20 39 


099 


14 11 ! 


21 02 i 


750 


15 28 


22 92 


598 


12 74 


19 11 


649 


13 61 


20 42 


700 


14 43 


21 05 1 


751 


15 30 


22 95 


599 


12 76 


19 14 


650 


13 62 


20 43 


701 


11 45 


21 08 


752 


15 31 i 


22 97 


600 


12 78 


19 17 


651 


13 63 


20 45 


702 


U 47 


21 71 : 


753 


15 32 


22 98 


601 


12 80 


19 20 


652 


13 64 


20 46 


703 


H 48 


21 72 ' 


754 


15 34 


'A3 01 


602 


12 82 


19 23 


653 


13 65 


20 48 


704 


i [ 49 


21 74 


755 


15 36 


23 01 


603 


12 84 


19 26 


654 


13 66 


20 49 


705 


14 50 ! 


21 75 


7.5:- 


1> .38 


23 07 


604 


12 86 


19 29 


655 


13 68 


20 52 


700 


14 51 i 


21 77 


7.07 


15 40 


23 10 


605 


12 88 


19 32 


656 


13 70 


20 55 


707 


14 52 ■■ 


21 78 1 


758 


1 •. 42 


23 13 


606 


12 90 


19 35 


657 


13 72 


20 58 


708 


14 54 


21 81 ' 


759 


15 44 


23 16 


607 


12 91 


19 37 


658 


13 74 


20 61 


709 


1 I 50 


21 84 


700 


15 46 


23 19 


608 


12 92 


19 38 


659 


13 76 


20 04 


710 


14 58 


21 87 1 


701 


15 48 


23 22 


609 


12 93 


19 40 


660